Barcelona and Real Madrid stars, Lionel Messi, Karim Benzema, and Toni Kroos lead round 28 of My11’s team of the week, following superb performances for their clubs over the weekend. We will be looking at a 3-4-3 formation.
Lorenzo Montipo | The Italian had a game he will never forget, as Benevento shocked Juventus at the Allianz Stadium, making 8 important saves to deny Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates, keeping a clean sheet after 90 minutes.
Serginho Dest | The right-back didn’t have much defensive work to do, as Barcelona thrashed Real Sociedad 6-1 away from home, and Dest played a vital role in the victory, scoring 2 of the 6 goals.
Jose Gaya | The Spaniard had a man-of-the-match performance in Valencia’s 2-1 win over Granada. He won 4 tackles and clearances, won 2 interceptions, aerial duels, and gave 2 key passes, one of which was an assist.
Stefan Radu | The Romanian central defender had a good attacking and defensive game. He had game-highs of 8 clearances, 5 key passes, and 2 interceptions.
Toni Kroos | The German World Cup winner was in his regular form as Real Madrid beat Celta Vigo away from home. He made 2 tackles, gave 3 key passes, and provided 2 assists in the encounter.
Jesse Lingard | The Englishman’s resurgence continued at the weekend in the thrilling London derby. He scored the opening goal in the encounter and created the assist for the second goal.
Dries Mertens | The Belgian is back to his scoring form and in Napoli’s tough 2-0 win over Roma in Rome, Mertens scored the two goals in the tie, to give Naples hope of making the top 4.
Lionel Messi | The little magician was at his magical best as Barcelona thumped Real Sociedad. On his record night for most appearances for the Catalan giants, Messi scored 2 goals and provided an assist on the night.
Adolfo Gaich | The Argentine is the heart breaker of the defending champions, Juventus, as his goal was enough for newly promoted Benevento to shock the Old Lady in Turin.
Patrick Bamford | The Englishman is beating all the odds, as he is getting better by day. In Leeds United’s 2-0 away win over Fulham, Bamford had a hand in both goals, scoring the opening goal and providing the assist for the second goal.
Karim Benzema | The Frenchman‘s form is unstoppable as he has scored in consecutive games for the Blancos since his return from injury. The Real Madrid’s 3-1 away win against Celta, Big Benz scored 2 goals and provided the assist for the last goal.
Filippo Inzaghi | The Italian gaffer led his newly-promoted side, Benevento to pick up all 3 points away from home against his former side and defending champions Juventus. No other manager deserves this round more than him.
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