Ronaldo and Ibrahimovic lead the line with 2 goals each as they headline our team of the week for round 11.
This week, we will be looking at the 3-4-3 formation.
Nick Pope | The England goalkeeper was in fine form as Burnley picked up their first win of the season against Crystal Palace. He faced 5 shots and he made a match-winning save in the 90th minute to help the Clarets win all 3 points.
Lucas Digne | The Frenchman had a solid performance in Everton’s 3-2 away win against Fulham. He provided 2 assists, gave 5 key passes, won 5 aerial duels, and defensively, he won 2 tackles.
Andrew Robertson | the Scot was the only first-team defender that was fit for Liverpool and he put up an impressive shit. Helping the team keep a clean sheet, winning 4 clearances, gave 3 key passes, and provided an assist.
Ander Capa | He had a very good performance for Athletic Bilbao in their 4-0 win over Real Betis. He had a brilliant defensive shit, winning 2 clearances, blocked 2 shots, won tackles and interceptions. He scored the second goal of the game and helped the team keep a clean sheet.
Jeremie Boga | The Ivorian had a good game in Sassuolo 2-0 away win against Hellas Verona, having a hand in both goals. He scored the first goal before the break and provided an assist for the second goal. He had a 93% pass accuracy.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan | Back to back team of the week for performance for Mkhitaryan, following another solid display as Roma beat Parma 3-0. He had more shots than anyone in the game and he got 2 goals for the Romans.
Oscar Plano | The Spaniard was at the heart of everything bad for Granada as he helped Real Valadollid pick up their first away win of the season, scoring one goal and providing one assist.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin | The Three Lion striker returned to fine form by scoring 2 goals in Everton’s 3-2 win over Fulham. His 3 shots were all on target, and he won 4 aerial duels in the match.
Cristiano Ronaldo | The five-time Ballon d’Or did not score for Portugal in their last 2 matches, but returned to Juventus with a bang, as he helped the Old Lady to a 2-0 by scoring both goals. He had 5 shots in the game, more than any other player.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic | The big Swede is defying all odds, as he stepped up to be the hero for AC Milan in their first away win over Napoli in 11 years. He scored 2 goals, won 8 aerial duels, more than any player in the league.
Romelu Lukaku | The Belgian was the hero as Inter came from 2 goals down to beat Torino 4-2. Lukaku scored 2 goals and provided 2 assists in the impressive victory. He had 4 shots in the game, more than anybody and the 2 on target were the goals.
Manager of the week:
Jose Mourinho | The Portuguese had a tactical master class against his old rival Pep Guardiola, but allowing his team to soak in the pressure from the Cityzens and picked them out on the break. Now Spurs are top of the Premier League table.