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Goal.com looks at the star performers from the latest round of Italian league action at the weekend

It was a five-star weekend for one player in Serie A in round six, but it was a magnificent four-star effort from a single club as Bologna find themselves with a quartet of representatives in this week's Goal.com Team of the Week.

The Rossoblu contingent begins in goal, where Federico Agliardi helped set up his side for a 4-0 victory over Catania at the Renato dall'Ara with an excellent display between the sticks after replacing Gianluca Curci at the midway point. That's one way of winning your place back!

His back line starts with Andrea Barzagli, who not only kept Francesco Totti et al quiet against Roma, but also set up Juventus' late fourth goal with a barnstorming run down the right wing before slotting a great ball through for Sebastian Giovinco. In the centre of the back three is our second Bologna hero, Mikael Antonsson, who dealt superbly with the Etnei's 'triple threat' forward line of Alejandro Gomez, Pablo Barrientos and Gonzalo Bergessio. Christian Terlizzi's great weekend was only getting started when his thumping shot was deflected into the Cagliari net at the Is Arenas, with his Team of the Week entry also being recognition of his defensive effort in the Delfino's win.

Gyorgy Garics' effort down the right for Bologna earns him a first call-up of the campaign, while Antonio Candreva also gets a debut in our side thanks to his contribution to Lazio's well-earned victory over Siena which took them back into the top four. Juventus were helped on their way to the 4-1 win over Roma by Claudio Marchisio, whose runs on the left of the midfield three had Rodrigo Taddei and Nicolas Burdisso at sixes and sevens, with only the bar preventing him from getting on the scoresheet. He is sandwiched by Laziali, with Ederson taking the last midfield slot thanks to a great shift against Siena, topped off with a headed goal in the 2-1 win.

In the forward line, there are six goals to be boated, with half of them going to Fabrizio Miccoli. There wasn't a bad strike among the Palermo skipper's hat-trick, but the third was particularly spectacular as he magnificently lobbed Chievo's Stefano Sorrentino from distance. Alberto Gilardino gets a second TOTW appearance thanks to his smart double in Bologna's mauling of Catania, while Antonio Cassano gets a second successive call after his winning goal against Fiorentina capped a fine individual performance as the counter-attacking Nerazzurri saw off their slick-passing visitors.

AGLIARDI
BOLOGNA
 vs Catania (H)
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TOTW Apps: 1

BARZAGLI
ANTONSSON
TERLIZZI
JUVENTUS
BOLOGNA PESCARA
 vs Roma (H)
vs Catania (H)
vs Cagliari (A)
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TOTW Apps: 1
TOTW Apps: 1
TOTW Apps: 1

GARICS CANDREVA MARCHISIO EDERSON
BOLOGNA
LAZIO
JUVENTUS
LAZIO
 vs Catania (H)
 vs Siena (H)
 vs Roma (H)
 vs Siena (H)
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TOTW Apps: 1
TOTW Apps: 1
TOTW Apps: 1
TOTW Apps: 1

MICCOLI
GILARDINO
CASSANO
PALERMO
BOLOGNA INTER
 vs Chievo (H)
vs Catania (H)
vs Fiorentina (H)
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TOTW Apps: 1
TOTW Apps: 2
TOTW Apps: 2

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