Team Of The Week – Week 4 – Season 11 – League One

Starting XI

GK: L Star 32 (Orlando Pirates) – The first of 3 Orlando starters in this week’s TOTW, the South African based keeper has been a giant in between the sticks. Contributing 38 saves and 6 clean sheets in his last 8 appearances, the keeper has been a big reason why his team has gone on to win the league.

CB: Brickwallwillis (Borussia Dortmund) – With a strong period of performances both offensively and defensively, the German based defender has helped his team finish in a play-off spot this season. He managed 1 goal, 3 assists, 5 key passes, 24 interceptions and 32 possessions won in his last 9 appearances, showing his contribution in all departments on the field.

CB: Ix J Ro xI (Orlando Pirates) – Yet another South African based player in this TOTW’s starting line-up, Orlando Pirate’s defense was an absolute rock during the past playing period. J Ro contributed 38 possessions won, 21 interceptions and 6 clean sheets in his last 8 games, leaving it as no surprise as to why Orlando rocked the best defensive statistics in the league.

CB: ZPK v2 (Orlando Pirates) – Rounding off the Orlando lads and the defenders for the starting line-up, it was another defensive master-class from another top defenseman. Keeping his passes sharp with 22 passing points, his tackles clean with 36 possessions won and his keeper happy with 6 clean sheets, Orlando’s defenders have really shown their ability with in this playing period.

CDM: Kawaiioniiichan (Braga – POTW) – With an extremely strong last 9 appearances, the Portuguese based anchor man led his piers in a number of statistical categories. The defensive-mid contributed a massive 40 interceptions, 25 passing points and 62 possessions won, helping his team to clinch an unlikely play-off position for Season 11.

CDM: Fuji I 6 I (Borussia Dortmund) – Adding to this week’s Dortmund collection, the defensive-mid tracked a lot of ground in his recent performances. Contributing 36 possessions won, 29 interceptions and 3 clean sheets towards the German’s side play-off bid, his last 6 appearances have been top notch.

RM: MeTiroATuTia (Chivas) – Adding a little Latino flair to the Starting 11, the tricky wide-man has been impressive of late. Managing 3 goals, 2 assist and 6 key passes in his last 7 games, he has been a bright spark in somewhat unforgettable season for the club.

CAM: Bendtner x (Real Madrid) – One of our own from the editing team and up there for the most annoying sandwich artist you know… Bendtner has had an impressive run of performances for the freshly promoted Spanish giants. Contributing 3 goals, 5 assists and 1 key passes from a free roaming/creative role. He was certainly a large force behind Madrid’s strong finish to the season.

LM: x jway x (Bayern Munich) – Despite some amazing performances from the wide-man, he was unable to drag his team to a play-off spot. Ending his final 8 games with a massive 7 goals, 2 assists and 10 key passes, the wide-man certainly deserved to be playing in the final games.

ST: Death Row Tull (Valencia) – A major driving force behind Valencia’s play-off run, the Spanish based striker really put on a show in his final games. Contributing 12 goals, 5 assists and 12 key passes, the strikers rise from League Two to potential Super League would be a just reward.

ST: Leak I 13 I (Borussia Dortmund) – Rounding off a starting line-up littered with Orlando and Dortmund players, it is no surprise to see yet another German picked. Leak managed 12 goals, 5 assists and 6 key passes in his last 9 appearances and on route to confirming a play-off spot with his team.

BENCH

GK: MotoSierra21 (Sevilla) – Despite the Spanish outfit going through a somewhat shaky defensive patch, the goalkeeper stayed big between the sticks to try and stop the leak. He managed a ginormous 70 saves in his last 10 appearances and even scraped out 2 clean sheets. There certainly would have been more goals conceded if it wasn’t for the stopper doing his job.

CB: Unlucky Masters (Orlando Pirates) – With yet another Orlando Pirate defender with in the squad, the South African squad really flexed their muscle. Masters managed a tidy 22 passing points, 33 possessions won and 6 defensive sheets within his last 8 games. Showing that the Orlando defense can clearly be pinpointed as an important factor towards the team’s successes.

CB: Saul Goodman Jr (Borussia Dortmund) – Another pick, another Dortmund player. Saul managed 16 defensive tackles, 25 interceptions and 39 possessions won in his last 9 appearance, helping the German club to a play-off spot this season.

CM: JurassicParx (Valencia) – Showing his ability on both ends of the field, the box-to-box midfielder was an engine during his last 9 appearances. Not only did he manage 33 interceptions and 43 possessions won on the defensive end. The Spaniard showed his creative ability with 4 assists and 6 key passes. Helping his team to a play-off spot on the way.

RM: xXxTehFluffxXx (LOSC Lille) – A bright note in a somewhat forgettable season for the French outfit, Fluff helped his team to avoid relegation in his last 6 appearances. With 3 goals, 3 assists and 3 key passes, every point was of the utmost importance

ST: Bgod43rd (Real Madrid) – Putting in 11 goals, 5 assists and 10 key passes towards Real Madrid’s promotion push. The big striker will be dabbling in Super League once again next season. Adding the final TOTW to his resume will certainly add some confidence to a striker that is already firing on all cylinders.

ST: Shamrockslax24 (Braga) – Known for both scoring goals and an infamous shout-out on discord, the striker has decided to use his goalscoring abilities to get noticed this time. With 12 goals, 3 assists and 10 key passes being added to what was a great individual season, he also managed to help his club confirm a play-off position for the end of season 11.

Editor – BeardedVato
Cards – Prime Libero
Graphic – Turajlic

 

 

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