7 Unpredictables Players

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EA already picked the best players of the week. The players names were unveiled this Wednesday at 3pm UK.

 

On Friday, VfL Wolfsburg re-started the Bundesliga season with an emotional 4-1 win over league leaders Bayern Munich. The 23 year-old Kevin De Bruyne had two goals and an assist in the win. Although Bayern still sit atop the Bundesliga table, Wolfsburg are now a mere eight points behind in second place.

 

Even without suspended Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid comfortably defeated Real Sociedad 4-1 on Saturday night to maintain their lead in La Liga. Karim Benzema had two second half goals, including an absolute stunner in the 76th minute, in the victory.

 

Rounding out the weekend, Arsenal scored five goals on Sunday and easily defeated Aston Villa 5-0 in front of their home supporters. Five different players scored for the London-side, including Mesut ?zil who also earned an assist in the win.

 

 

The Swans went up against high flying Southampton in the late kick-off on Sunday evening and after surviving a first half barrage from the Saints, they sprung to life themselves in the second half with Jonjo Shelvey leathering one from distance to make it 1-0. Southampton came on strong towards the end leaving Ashley Williams to become the hero of the day clearing twice off the line in quick succession to preserve the win.

 

 

Goals from Vitolo, Iago ‘corner sensation’ Aspas and TOTW 21 right back Figueiras secured Sevilla a 3-2 win against Espanyol in La Liga, who spent an hour against ten men after Espanyol keeper Casilla received his marching orders. Figueiras was at fault for Espanyol’s opening goal though, which Stuani duly dispatched from the spot, making him a somewhat fortunate entry perhaps.

 

 

 

Steve Bruce is doing his level best to take Hull down this season, and after a 3-0 home spanking to a John Carver lead Newcastle, Tiger’s fans must be getting rather twitchy about now. However, Remy Cabella finally showed what he can do in the Premier League scoring a lovely goal from the edge of the area and completing six mazy dribbles for the Toon Army.  

 

 

 

After a five game winless run in Serie A, AC Milan finally got themselves back in to the top 10 with a 3-1 home win against Parma. Jeremy Menez has been a rare glimmer of hope for AC this season, scoring twice and assisting another on the day, taking him to 12 league goals for the season. A thoroughly deserved SIF for Menez.

 

 

 

Montpellier played out a rather drab 0-0 draw in Ligue 1 against Lorient on the weekend and yet due to some form of witch craft we’re assuming, Jourdren finds his way in to TOTW 21. Lorient did register 12 shots, but only managed to get four on target and they were all fairly routine saves. You could watch the highlights to see for yourself, but we wouldn’t recommend it.  

 

 

Colo Colo beat O’Higgins (what a name for a Chilean team) 2-0 in the Clausura on the weekend where ex Birmingham and Wigan full back Jean Beausejour sealed the victory netting his sides second goal on 64 minutes. Beausejour actually used to play for O’Higgins himself, so what better way to welcome yourself back to Chilean football, than to score against your old club.

 

 

Northampton actually played over 50 minutes of their League 2 game against Accrington (who are they?) with ten men after Ryan Cresswell was sent off, but did it bother them? Not one bit, as they went on to demolish Stanley 5-1 with a brace from winger Lawson D’Ath finishing off the win nicely. Northampton sit 12th, and will need to kick-on quickly if they fancy a playoff spot.

 

 

Player of the Week

 

 

When young Kevin De Bruyne left Chelsea for 18 million, eyes were indeed watering at the size of the fee, but the Belgian starlet has been simply wonderful for Wolfsburg since his move and that continued against Champions Bayern. He scored twice and assisted another for Dost in their 4-1 demolition of Pep’s men with his 2nd in particular being quite spectacular. We like Kevin a lot. There, we said it.