Six-time Ballon d’Or winner, Lionel Messi put another Messi-class match against Sevilla, as he leads My11’s team of the week along with former rival Gareth Bale and Ghana’s Emmanuel Quartsin Gyasi. We will be looking at a 4-3-3 formation
Lukasz Skorupski | The Polish international had in blinder as Bologna shocked Lazio in a 2-0 victory. He made quality saves – 8 in total, to help his side keep a clean sheet and win all 3 points.
Adama Soumaoro | The Frenchman matched his goalkeeper’s brilliant display to shut out everything Lazio sent towards their direction. He won 3 tackles, had a game-high of 9 clearances and 3 blocked shots.
Kyle Bartley | The Englishman led WestBromwich Albion’s charge for survival from the back, as he had a solid game against wasteful Brighton & Hove Albion. Bartley blocked a shot, had 2 interceptions, and made 4 clearances, helping the Baggies keep a clean sheet. He scored the only goal of the encounter.
Robin Gosens | Atlanta got back to winning ways after the Champions League loss to Real Madrid, and Gosens scored one of the goals from his 4 shots in the 2-0 win over Sampdoria. He won 4 aerial duels, 3 tackles, and 2 clearances, helping his team keep a clean sheet.
Matteo Darmian | The former Manchester United full-back returned the manager’s faith in him with an impressive performance against Genoa. He won 4 tackles and 3 clearances and capped it up with a goal.
Antonin Barak | The Czech international was the reason Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal was not enough to win all 3 points for Juventus. Barak scored the leveller in the 77th minute for Hellas Verona.
Anwar El-Ghazi | The Dutchman was the hero as Aston Villa, who were under pressure for 90 minutes snatched all 3 points, as his goal in the 5th minute was the winner for the away side against Leeds United. Almost all of Villa’s offensive play came through him, giving 3 key passes and having 5 shots in total.
Lionel Messi | The Argentine’s return to form seems to be rubbing off his teammate. In Barcelona's 2-0 away win against Sevilla, Messi had another brilliant display with a game-high of 4 shots (3 on target) and 94 touches. He provided the assist for the first goal and scored the second goal by himself.
Emmanuel Quartsin Gyasi | The Ghanaian had a game to forget as Spezia came from 2 goals down to pick up an important point against Parma. Spezia were down by two goals in the first half, but Gyasi’s brace in the second half was enough for the game to end 2-2.
Nicolas Pepe | The Ivorian played his best football for the Gunners this season as Arsenal shocked Wilfred Ndidi, Kelechi Iheanach, and their Leicester City teammates. Pepe won the Penalty that gave the London club a 2-1 lead just before the break, he then scored the third goal of the clash to secure all 3 points for Arsenal.
Gareth Bale | The Welshman showed the Tottenham Hotspur supporters why Jose Mourinho brought him back from Real Madrid with a superb performance in their 4-0 thumping of Burnley. He scored the opening goal just after 1 minute, gave a brilliant cross-field pass to Harry Kane to score the second goal, then he got his brace, following a lovely counter-attack from Son Heung-Min.
Stefano Pioli | The Italian got his AC Milan side back into the discussion of the Scudetto, following a 2-1 win over Roma, away at the Stadio Olympico in Rome. Despite Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s injury, Pioli still managed to pick up all 3 points.