After yet another enthralling matchday across two continents and six different leagues, here is the accumulated International Champions Cup 'Team of the Week'.
Goalkeeper: Bernd Leno (Arsenal)
It was a close call this week to see just who would get the number one slot, but it went to Arsenal's German shot stopper by the virtue of one save. Both Leno and ACF Fiorentina's Bartłomiej Drągowski recorded clean sheets, but it was the Premier League 'keeper with two key stops that allowed the Gunners to just edge out Bournemouth.
Defenders: Nikola Milenković and Martín Cáceres (ACF Fiorentina), David Luiz (Arsenal), Jérôme Boateng (FC Bayern)
A brace of goalscoring defenders make up half of this particular back four. Fiorentina's Nikola Milenković and Arsenal's David Luiz both claimed the winning goals in their respective matches with both also using their head to register the vital moment.
Jérôme Boateng may have been on the wrong end of the FC Bayern result, but the center-back stopped the day getting any worse for Rekordmeister head-coach, Niko Kovač. His four key interceptions coupled with a vital block gave the Bundesliga champions a chance to draw level with Hoffenhiem.
Martín Cáceres may not have grabbed the winner in Fiorentina's matchup with Udinese like compatriot Milenković, but with five clearances, two key interceptions and a blocked shot the Uruguayan certainly played his part in the Tuscan side's victory.
Midfielders: Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale (Real Madrid), Nicolas Pépé (Arsenal), Franck Kessié (AC Milan)
Eden Hazard finally registered his first goal for Real Madrid in their victory against Granada. The Belgian scored with his only shot of the match, a right footed strike in first half added time. He also provided the assist for Luka Modric on the hour.
Nicolas Pépé is settling into life well at Arsenal. The summer transfer from LOSC Lille has two assists and one goal from his first eight matches with the Gunners. His well worked corner the catalyst for Luiz's winning goal against the Cherries.
Franck Kessié registered his first goal of the season as AC Milan came from behind to beat Genoa. The 22-year-old on target for the first time in the red and black of Milan since his return form a season long loan at Atalanta, his calmly taken penalty showing his nerves of steel.
Gareth Bale provided an early cross for Karim Benzema in the Santiago Bernabéu to kick off a goal-fest after just two minutes. The Wales captain did look to be on his way out of Spain in the closed season but he just keeps providing the goods for the side top of La Liga.
Attackers: Robert Lewandowski (FC Bayern), Paulo Dybala (Juventus)
Robert Lewandowski scored FC Bayern's only goal in their Oktoberfest defeat at home to Hoffenhiem. The Polish forward followed up a wonderful display in London against Tottenham with another well taken goal – his third in four days.
Paulo Dybala scored Juventus' first goal as they overcame early Serie A leaders Inter in a wonderful Derby d'Italia between the league's top two sides. The goal put Maurizio Sarri's side on their way to ending Inter's perfect start to the league season and enabled them to leap-frog their opponents into top spot.