Duvan Zapata has cannoned home a stoppage-time winner as Atalanta edged hosts Genoa 2-1 in a hot midday match in the Italian Serie A.
Zapata scored off the bar after home captain Domenico Criscito levelled from the spot earlier in stoppage time.
Substitute striker Luis Muriel had struck from the spot on 64 minutes after Zapata was brought down by his cousin, Cristian Zapata, for a penalty awarded after VAR review.
Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini said Sunday's game was a hard-fought one.
"We found a nice Genoa team, but Atalanta were clever and we deserved victory," he said.
"Zapata's great goal restored a result in my opinion right."
The video assistant referee also helped judge a penalty converted by Lazio captain Ciro Immobile for the Rome side's first-half lead at SPAL, who bounced back for a last-gasp 2-1 win.
Andrea Petagna's drive levelled for the Ferrara hosts on 63 and Jasmin Kurtic's clinical shot clinched their victory two minutes into injury time.
Roma, the other side from the capital, beat visitors Sassuolo 4-2, going four up 33 minutes into the game at the Stadio Olimpico.
Bryan Cristante and Edin Dzeko struck before Armenia ace Henrikh Mkhitaryan found the net on his first game with the Giallorossi and Justin Kluivert added the fourth.
The guests' captain Domenico Berardi drilled in a free kick and flicked home for 4-2, adding a brace to the hat-trick he scored earlier this month.
Cagliari's Luca Ceppitelli hit an opening brace for a 3-1 win at Parma and Alfredo Donnarumma also struck twice for 10-man Brescia in an intense 4-3 home crash to Bologna.
The hosts took a 3-1 lead at halftime, but had Daniele Dessena sent off on 48 minutes and saw Bologna's Rodrigo Palacio and Stefano Denswil level by the hour before Riccardo Orsolini netted an 80th-minute winner.
Bologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic missed the game as he undergoes a second cycle of therapy to treat leukaemia. He was on the bench for Bologna's first home game, which they won 1-0 against SPAL in late August.
Verona are due to play AC Milan later Sunday and Torino complete the third round of games at home to promoted Lecce on Monday.
Il Toro can draw level on nine maximum points with leaders Inter Milan, who won 1-0 against 10-man Udinese on Saturday, as champions Juventus drew 0-0 at Fiorentina and Napoli beat Sampdoria 2-0.
Australian Associated Press