Having been previously away from the team due to injury and coronavirus isolation, Ibrahimovic (8.7) returned recently, and against Cagliari scored his first goals since he scored two versus Napoli in November.
He won and scored a penalty within the first five minutes, before later screwing a cracking left-footed finish across the goalkeeper for his second, with VAR helping to conclude he was not offside.
However, the best performer of the week and leading the Serie A Team of the Week is Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne (9.2) after he scored two and set up another in his team's dominant 6-0 victory against Fiorentina.
Making up the front three is Crotone's Simeon Nwankwo (9.0), who also scored two and recorded an assist against Benevento this time.
Nicolo Barella (8.2) was excellent in the Derby d'Italia, and scored the second goal with a marvellous finish into the top fight corner.
Making up the three-man midfield is Genoa's Milan Badelj (8.1)
Alessandro Bastoni (8.0) pulled off one of the assists of the weekend for the aforementioned Barella goal, sending a long, driven pass through the middle of the Roma midfield and defence for his team-mate to score.
Bremer (8.3) joins him in the centre of defence after a good display at the back for Torino. Nobody matched his 130 touches of the ball, while he also completed 111/120 attempted passes.
Berat Gjimshiti (7.6) is in at full-back.