Naija Super Eagles striker, Simy Nwankwo, Gareth Bale, and Harry Kane all scored 2 goals each for their respective clubs as they lead Round 26 of My11 Team of the Week. We will be looking at the 3-4-3 formation.
Sam Johnstone | The Englishman was solid in goal as West Brom push for Premier League survival, and in their goalless draw against Newcastle, Johnstone had a brilliant performance, making a total of 5 saves, helping his team keep a clean sheet.
Luke Shaw | the Englishman is regaining the form that made Manchester United cash in on him as, and in the Manchester Derby, Shaw put up a solid performance defensively and offensively. He scored the second goal for the Red Devils to secure the 3 points.
Milan Skriniar | The Slovakian had a man-of-the-match performance in Inter Milan’s 1-0 win over Atalanta, and he was solid all round. He won 3 tackles, 5 interceptions, and 5 clearances, and he scored the only goal in the encounter, helping his side keep a clean sheet.
Diogo Dalot | The Portuguese is enjoying life in Italy, as the on-loan Manchester United full-back was instrumental in AC Milan’s win, in their charge to get back to the top of the Serie A table. Dalot won 4 interceptions and scored one of the 2 goals in the clash.
Casemiro | The Brazilian was brilliant in the Madrid derby, as he was a nemesis to the Atletico midfield and attack. Defensively, he won 6 tackles, 2 interceptions, 2 clearances, and blocked a shot. Offensively, he gave 3 key passes, won 3 aerial duels, and he gave the assist for Real Madrid’s equalizer.
Mikel Merino | The Spaniard was the hero in Real Sociedad’s narrow win over Levante. He won 7 aerial duels, 4 tackles, 2 clearances, and 1 interception, scoring the only goal in the encounter.
Lorenzo Insigne | The Italian led Napoli to a comfortable 3-1 win over Bologna on Victor Osimhen’s return to the team. He put up a brilliant captain’s performance and was named the man of the match. He had a game-high of 4 shots, scoring 2 goals.
Gareth Bale | The Welshman seems to be reborn, as he has put up back-to-back solid displays, with 4 goals in 2 matches. In Spurs 4-1 win over Eberechi Eze’s Crystal Palace, the on-loan Real Madrid star scored 2 goals.
Harry Kane | The England captain turned the London derby into a solo affair. He put up a man-of-the-match performance, having a hand in all 4 goals for Tottenham. He assisted Bale for the first 2 goals and scored the last 2 goals in the win over Palace.
Alvaro Morata | The Spaniard stepped up in Cristiano Ronaldo’s absence, and helped Juventus to a comeback win over Lazio, making sure the Old Lady scored 3 goals in 3 straight home matches. Morata scored w goals in the second half to help the home side win 3-1.
Simy Nwankwo | The Nigerian looks to have found his scoring boots again, as he was solid in Crotone’s 4-2 win over Torino. He gave 3 key passes in the match. More than any other player and capped his brilliant performance by scoring 2 goals for his side.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer | If you can lead your team to not just end Manchester City’s 21-games winning streak, but also defeat them, and not just any venue, but the Etihad Stadium, you deserve to be the manager of the week, and Solskjaer’s tactical know how helped the Red Devils pick up all 3 points.
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