Juventus, Lazio and Napoli maintain their unbeaten record with 3-1 wins over Genoa, Chievo and Parma respectively and are top of the table with nine points each.
Sampdoria also keep up their 100% win record with a 3-2 win over fellow promoted side Pescara but are a point behind the leaders due to match-fixing.
Andrea Stramaccioni's Inter Milan bounced back from the Roma defeat before the international break with an easy 2-0 win over new boys Torino while Roma suffered a shock 3-2 defeat to Bologna.
Also, AC Milan's woeful season continued with a 1-0 defeat to Atalanta, prompting talks of a ‘crisis' at the club.
We go with a 4-3-3 formation this week.
GK: Michael Agazzi (Cagliari)
It can be said that the 28-year-old condemned (now former) Palermo manager Giuseppe Sannino's career when both sides drew 1-1 on Saturday.
Agazzi reacted too fast and dove right for Fabrizio Miccoli's free kick, which was curling down the center. Agazzi then stuck out a backheel and pulled off a ‘scorpion kick' save a la Rene Higuita.
It's not known whether he meant to pull off the save, but it was as spectacular as any goal, earned his side a point, condemned Sannino's fate and certainly deserving of the Team of the Week.
RB: Dusan Basta (Udinese)
Basta provided Udinese with the strongest start any side could ask for in their 2-2 draw against Siena.
He blasted a long range effort into the top corner two minutes into the match to give his side the lead before seeking out the everlasting Antonio Di Natale with a pinpoint pass up field three minutes later to put his side 2-0 up within five minutes.
Udinese looked strong to hold on but Basta's heroics was cancelled out after Andrea Lazzari was sent off in the second half, allowing Siena to fight back for a draw.
CB: Thomas Manfredini (Atalanta)
Manfredini was Atalanta's hero at the back as they shocked AC Milan in a 1-0 victory.
The 32-year-old was magnificent against Giampaolo Pazzini, who scored a hat-trick against Bologna in the previous round, ensuring that the lethal striker was unable to impose himself in the game. Manfredini's best moment came when he slid in on a last-ditch tackle to deny Pazzini an easy chance on goal.
CB: Facundo Roncaglia (Fiorentina)
It's easy to see why Fiorentina where willing to sell Matija Nastasic to Manchester City - they have Raconglia to replace him.
The summer signing from Boca Juniors was commanding at the back as Fiorentina defeated Catania 2-0. The 24-year-old was always quick to snuff out any attack before it could develop and never looked flustered.
LB: Luis Cavanda (Lazio)
Lazio's easy 3-1 win over Chievo was helped by Cavanda's solid if unspectacular performance at the back. He held back and dealt with the threat of David Di Michele well, keeping the striker to a poor, muted performance.
CM: Luca Cigarini (Atalanta)
The goalscoring hero for Atalanta in the 1-0 win over AC Milan, Cigarini deservingly claimed his place on the Team of the Week with his high work rate and an excellent finish - a low, strong strike into the bottom corner which left Christian Abbiati no chance.
CM: Hernanes (Lazio)
Hernanes was on an unplayable level to help his side claim a 3-1 win over Chievo with two goals and an assist to give new coach Vladmir Petkovic a winning start at the club.
His first goal was a brilliant solo effort in the fifth minute, dodging past two tackles before unleashing a left-footed shot into the top corner.
He then forced Stefano Sorrentino into parrying a stinging shot which was then converted by Miroslav Klose and sealed the win with another excellent solo effort with a finish from an acute angle after driving down the touch line.
It will be hard for Brazil coach Mano Menezes to not include Hernanes in the squad if he continues in this excellent form.
CM: Marek Hamsik (Napoli)
Despite not getting on the scoresheet, Hamsik was the star for Napoli in the 3-1 win over Parma with his link-up play, which was always threatening to unravel the Parma defence.
The Slovak's efforts paid off when he slid in a pass for Goran Pandev to score the second goal for his side, helping them continue their perfect start and keeping up their reputation as potential Scudetto challengers this season.
LWF: Mirko Vucinic (Juventus)
Juventus looked like they were in all kinds of trouble against Genoa after their former academy product Ciro Immobile put Genoa a goal up early in the first half.
Vucinic came on for Matri ten minutes after the break and changed the game with his pace and movements out wide and was involved in all three goals in the 3-1 win.
He took only five minutes to set up a goal for Emmanuele Giaccherini before converting a penalty kick to gift his side the lead. The 28-year-old then sealed the game by setting up Kwadwo Asamoah's goal six minutes from time.
RWF: Stefan Jovetic (Fiorentina)
Jovetic went top of the goal charts after his goal in Fiorentina's 2-0 win over Catania.
His fine finish to Manual Pasqual's cross gave his side the lead moments before half time and the in-demand striker killed off the game by setting up Luca Toni's goal - a comprehensive and classy performance from the 22-year-old.
ST: Alberto Gilardino (Bologna)
Few people expected Bologna to grab a win against Zdenak Zeman's disciplined Roma side but Gilardino proved to be the difference between both sides with two goals to seal a 3-2 comeback win.
With his side 2-0 down and coming off second best for most of the game, a magical two minutes from Gilardino allowed his side to level the scores. He headed home Nico Pulzetti's cross and provided an easy finish for Alessandro Diamanti to equalize on the 72 and 73 minute mark respectively.
The 30-year-old then dealt Roma the sucker punch in the dying minutes, capitalising on a mix-up between Maarten Stekelenburg and Nicolas Burdisso to tap-in for the winner.