ST: Edin Džeko – Roma (Italy) – Italy
No adjective is well enough to describe the unbelievable form Edin Dzeko has demonstrated this season so far. The Bosnian appeared in 8 league matches and got the opportunity to play total 90’ minutes in only 5 matches. But yet he produced 10 goals while setting up 2 goals for the teammates as well. The rejuvenate striker won 5 Man of the match awards already and yet many more to come. His dazzling performance made the solid base for Roma to intimidate the league leader Juventus while they are leading by just 1 point. The forward turned into 30 this year but still ferociously hungry for goals and finds the back of the net in almost every match.
ST: Paulo Dybala – Juventus (Italy) – Argentina
Four goals in 3 consecutive matches brought him two ‘Man of the match’ awards and a goal against Dinamo Zagreb in UEFA Champions League rated him above 9. His flashy form is accompanying Juventus to maintain the top spot in the league scoring both the goals against Udinese in a 2-1 match. So far he has scored 4 goals from 11 matches with 2 assists. It is worth mentioning he was the top assist provider in 2014-15 seasons.
ST: Anthony Modeste – 1. FC Köln (Germany) – France
French forward Anthony Mbu Agogo Modeste is really enjoying the time in Bundesliga club FC Köln from the very beginning. He started for the club markedly with a hat-trick in the debut match and also holds the record of scoring fastest goal in DFB-Pokal for the club. He successfully continued his run this season with 8 goals in 8matches, 1assist and 4 Man of the match titles. His flamboyant form has allowed the club to stick in 5th position while trailing by couple of points from the leading Bayern.
RM: Theo Walcott – Arsenal (England) – England
The Englishman took the matter into his own hand in UEFA Champions League match against FC Basel 1893 by scoring both the goals in 2-0 winning. He has greatly helped Arsenal to grab the top spot in UCL group. So far he has found back of the net 8 times in 11 appearances. His flying form has fueled the Gunners, who are heading for the leading position in BPL. They are now behind their rival ManCity just by the goal difference after equalizing them with points.
CM: Isco – Real Madrid (Spain) – Spain
The Spanish midfielder has scored couple of goals against Real Betis in a one sided match of 6-0. Interestingly he played as a sub in all 3 matches until now.
CM: Joe Allen – Stoke City (England) – England
Scored 4 goals in last 4 matches and most important of those a goal against the giant ManU that saved Stoke from losing the match. After a startled start Stoke has found some firm ground to become stable.
LM: Yannick Carrasco – Atlético de Madrid (Spain) – Belgium
Athletico Madrid has conquered the top spot of La Liga after crushing the opponent Granada by 7 goals. The man who drove the roller was Yannick Carrasco. The Belgian International scored a hat-trick, settled up 2 goals and dominated till the last minute. The winger couldn’t ask for a better match than this one, getting a 10/10 rating and obviously the Man of the match.
CB: Nicolas Pallois – Girondins de Bordeaux (France) – France
One of the best central defender of French ligue 1 scored a goal against PSG while his team was held down by a goal.
CB: Vasiliy Berezutskiy – CSKA Moskva (Russia) – Russia
Skipper of Russian national team serves CSKA as fullback or wingback scored a goal against England in Euro2016. With his defensive skills CSKA Moskva is holding the 3rd position in Russian league.
RB: Alessandro Florenzi – Roma (Italy) – Italy
Assisted 2 goals to Shaaraway and Dzeko against Crotone & Napoli; did a last man tackle in a one-on-one situation against Torino.
GK: Maarten Stekelenburg – Everton (England) – Holland
The Dutch keeper has displayed some flashy moves in the match against ManCity by keeping the score line 1-1, being the Man of the match with above 9.5 rating.
GK: Da Costa – Bologna (Italy) – Italy
LB: Scott Malone – Fulham (England) – England
RM: Junior Stanislas – Bournemouth (England) – England
LM: Pavel Nekhaychik – FC Orenburg (Russia) – Belarus
RW: Akaki Gogia – Dynamo Dresden (Germany) – Germany
ST: Martín Cauteruccio – San Lorenzo de Almagro (Argentina) – Uruguay
ST: Leandro Benegas – Palestino (Chile) – Argentina
GK: Rune Almenning Jarstein – Hertha BSC (Germany) – Norway
RM: Rafinha – FC Barcelona (Spain) – Brazil
CM: Mario Suárez – Valencia CF (Spain) – Spain
ST: Carlos Eduardo – Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia) – Brazil
ST: Martin Braithwaite – Toulouse FC (France) – Denmark