With plenty of domestic league results now in place, a lot of the week’s top performers are sure to get themselves noticed for this week’s FUT 21 Team of the Week (TOTW).
Will we get some surprise inclusions, this time around?
For this week’s TOTW, here are some potential on-form players who should stake a strong claim to be included into the latest FUT 21 roster:
– Yassine Bounou (Sevilla) = OVR 76
~ Underrated Moroccan goalkeeper, Bounou was the unlikely hero during Sevilla’s 1-1 draw against Real Valladolid. Stayed up front during the dying minutes of the game, and buried his golden opportunity (the only goal of the game) well. Played tremendously between the goalposts too, limiting Valladolid to a single goal.
– Sergino Dest (Barcelona) = OVR 75
~ Youngster, Dest is Barcelona’s latest successor to Jordi Alba, after his surging runs
Into the opposition half provided him with the space that he needed to power in a brace in Barcelona’s 6-1 demolishing of Real Soceidad on Monday.
– Marquinhos (PSG) = OVR 85
~ Accomplished centre-back, Marquinhos played an important role in keeping his PSG side on track while being constantly bombarded by the attacking Lyon home side. He even managed to assist Danilo Pereira’s goal in that 4-2 match win.
– Vitaliy Mykolenko (Dynamo Kiev) = OVR 76
~ 21-year old Ukrainian footballer, Mykolenko was a constant threat against Rukh Vynnyky on Sunday. He provided an assist for Sidcley during that 3-0 win.
– Lucas Moura (Tottenham Hotspur) = OVR 83
~ The Brazilian international was the key orchestrator of Spurs’ attacks against a very outperforming Aston Villa side. He assisted the first goal by setting up a nice pass to Vinicius, for him to score.
– Nabil Fekir (Real Betis) = OVR 83
~ Fekir has certainly upped his game for this one, by assisting his team’s first goal against Levante in Real Betis’ 2-0 win against the away side, besides persistently looking to unlock the opposition defences with countless killer balls.
– Leandro Trossard (Brighton & Hove Albion) = OVR 78
~ The Englishman may have constantly been overlooked for an international call-up, in recent weeks. Still, if his one-goal-one-assist display in Brighton’s 3-0 win against Newcastle continues, there is still a future for the developing footballer.
– Rafa Silva (Benfica) = OVR 83
~ Rafa has also been performing consistently throughout Benfica’s continued Champions League qualification defence. His goal and assist in his team’s 2-0 win against SC Braga proved yet another masterclass display from the Portuguese international.
– Dries Mertens (Napoli) = OVR 85
~ Napoli’s historic goal machine kept popular Italian side, AS Roma in check with a brace, to grab a 2-0 win for the away team.
– Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) = OVR 84
~ Norwegian world-class youngster, Haaland was both the instigator and the saviour during Dortmund’s 2-2 draw against Koln. His goal-scoring exploits ensured his team’s early goal before scoring another one late in the game, to salvage a point for the German side.
– Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) = OVR 89
~ The French international has certainly not let age hinder his professional progress. He was the Man-of-the-Match in Real’s 3-1 win against Celta Vigo, scoring a brace and assisting Asensio’s goal at the end of the game.
Other possible candidates:
Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid) = OVR 91
Simon Kjaer (AC Milan) = OVR 80
Marco Verratti (Inter Milan) = OVR 86
Aurelien Tchouameni (AS Monaco) = OVR 71
Patrick Bamford (Leeds United) = OVR 71
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) = OVR 91
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