Team of the Week

Near-perfect Theo Hernandez leads Serie A Team of the Week

The Milan left-back was in sparkling form as the Rossoneri drew 2-2 at home to Parma on Sunday

10:25am on Monday 14th December 2020
Martin Macdonald

Milan left-back Theo Hernandez was unlucky not to be on a winning side this weekend as he was the best player of this round of Serie A fixtures for Gameweek 11.

The Frenchman scored both Milan's goals as they drew 2-2 at home to Parma, with his two strikes and overall outing giving him a near-perfect 9.9 FC Rating.

As well as his two goals, he had the second-most touches of any player this weekend with 113, with only Kalidou Koulibaly touching the ball more.

Atalanta comfortably defeated Fiorentina 3-0, with three of their defenders making it into our Team of the Week.

Christian Romero (7.4), Rafael Toloi (7.8), and Berat Djimsiti (9.0) all impressed, with Toloi even getting on the scoresheet.

Alessio Cragno (7.5) features in goal despite Cagliari's 3-1 loss at home to Inter, as without his excellent eight saves between the sticks the scoreline would have been a lot higher.

Each of the players in our three-man midfield scored a goal and also assisted another for their respective sides this week.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan (8.9), Lorenzo Pellegrini (8.8), and Nicolo Barella (8.5) are the trio to make the cut.

Romelu Lukaku (8.3) made it two goals in two for Inter in the league as he scored the third against Cagliari in the dying minutes, with him generally being a menace the entire game at San Siro.

Hirving Lozano (8.2) contributed to two of Napoli's goals in the narrow 2-1 win versus Sampdoria with one of his own plus an assist.

Junior Messias (8.4) earns his place on the right of the front three after his two-goal haul for Crotone, who finally got back to winning ways with a 4-1 victory against Spezia.

Serie A Team of the Week
Season 2020/21 - Gameweek 11

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