Not many teams can have three players returning to a match day squad after a long time out through injury to lift up the mood around a team and the fans, like the way the return of Pogba, Zlatan and Rojo was received at Old Trafford. The Red Devils found
What a weekend in Serie A with Roma bagging the keys to the City of Rome in the derby, Juventus fell uncharacteristically at Sampdoria, Napoli pulled away at the top whilst Milan's woes continued as relegation looks more of a certainty than European qualification.
My Team of the week has in
We have seen 12 weeks of Serie A action and it gets even closer at the top despite Lazio, Roma and Sampdoria having a game in hand. Without further ado, here's my team of the week in a 3-4-3 formation:
In Goal after stopping the league leaders and free scorers Napoli
The Premier League's fixture computer sure knows how to drive excitement for the League. It is weekend's like this that sets the Premier League apart from the rest of Europe. Interestingly as Manchester took on the best from London; Merseyside was doing its best to overcome London's other Premier League
Following the Monday night Inter fixture to ensure top 4 teams are only separated by 3points, we highlight the top performers for the Game Week 11 in Serie A.
In Goal, Brazilian and Roma number 1 ensured Roma maintained the statistically backed best defence in the division. In defense, Bartosz Salamon
A full midweek fixture list saw Milan return to winning ways in quite emphatic fashion, so you can expect onor more Milanese names in this unusual team of the week selection.
In Goal, Albano Bizzarri is joined by Danilo; both helped Udinese preserve their 1 goal lead at Mapei stadium to
Napoli failed to score for the first time since February and though generally regarded as one of the best football playing sides in Europe. Inter fought to keep them out with Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic and defender Milan Skriniar the standout performers. Aleksandar Kolarov continued from his mid-week form away to
How time flies, see how quickly the weekend just flew bye. Wasn't it just mid-week just a second ago when we had the privilege of watching Liverpool put Seven past a hapless Maribor side in the Champions League; just a quick fast forward the Reds are on the receiving end
Finally Juventus lost at home after an astonishing 41 matches without defeat at the Juventus Stadium, that is an incredibly long time to stay without defeat; but kudos to Lazio for stepping to the plate to get the better of the Old Lady. In the star match of the weekend;
Saturday Lunch time may not have lived up to expectation, but Manchester City made good of the weekend with a seven star performance as Pep's side put seven past a stubborn Stoke City side. Disappointingly, the two London derbies on show all ended in favour of the home teams as