Izuchukwu Okosi here presents the first Footytool European Team Of The Week After Last Weekend’s League Games Across Europe in a 3-4-3 formation.
Miguel Angel Moya (Real Sociedad)
The Real Sociedad goalkeeper played a crucial role in his team defeating Atletico Madrid 2-0 and thereby ending the unbeaten run of the Madrid side.
Made a double save in the second half to deny goal scoring chances albeit the referee eventually blew Gus whistle for an offside against the strong visitors.
Nikola Milenkovic (Fiorentina)
The defender had a good game against champions Juventus which ended 0-0.
Milenkovic made five clearances, two tackles, one interception and won four aerial duels.
Nacho Monreal (Real Sociedad)
Former Arsenal left back Nacho Monreal scored his debut goal for Real Sociedad in the 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid.
The defender made a great interception in the 30th minute when a teammate gave away possession of the ball.
Lucky to have his goal not chalked off after he accidentally injured Jon Oblak in goal for Madrid.
Luca Cappitelli (Cagliari)
Cappitelli had a band storming performance for Cagliari over the weekend as he scored a brace and got yellow carded for one of his two fouls committed.
He won two aerial duels, six clearances, four tackles and blocked one goal bound shot.
Joan Jordan (Sevilla)
Jordan scored an exquisite 37th minute freekick as Sevilla snatched s 1-0 away win over Deportivo Alaves.
Jordan played for 77 minutes and replaced by Nemanja Gudelj.
Emiliano Buenda (Norwich City)
Norwich City, champions in the EFL Championship last season dealt a big blow to reigning Premier League champions Manchester City 3-2 at Carrow Road on Saturday and one man was brilliant.
Emiliano Buenda provided two assists for his team’s goals and was tireless in the match.
Gerard Deulofeu (Watford)
Watford came from two goals down to hold Arsenal to a 2-2 draw on Sunday and Gerard Deulofeu had a spectacular match.
The former Barcelona wide man was key to that comeback even leading to Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka revealing the Gunners were scared of their opponents in the second half.
Stefano Sensi (Inter Milan)
Inter Milan maintained their unbeaten run in the Serie A and Stefano Sensi ensured that over the weekend with his goal the difference as they pipped Udinese 1-0.
Sensi’s four shots in the match were all on target, he had four key passes, had 100 touches of the ball with 89% pass accuracy.
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)
A battle for the international allegiance of Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham between Nigeria and England could brew in the coming weeks.
The Blues defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-2 on Saturday and Abraham grabbed a hat-trick in the match to take his tally in the Premier League so far to seven goals in five matches (alongside Sergio Aguero).
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
Real Madrid survived a scare from Levante to edge a close encounter by 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.
Karim Benzema scored a brace for Real in the 27th and 31st minutes.
Dario Benedetto (Marseille)
In France Dario Benedetto scored a brace for his team; Olympique Marseille as they came from two goals down to defeat AS Monaco 4-3
By Izuchukwu Okosi