Team of the Week

Ronaldo, Ibrahimovic, and Lukaku lead star-studded Serie A Team of the Week

The Belgian was the best performer of the weekend as he spared Inter's blushes against Torino

 
10:35am on Tuesday 24th November 2020
By
Martin Macdonald

Romelu Lukaku was the best performer in Serie A round eight, helping Inter to come back from two goals down to beat Torino 4-2.

The former Man Utd striker played a part in all four goals for the Nerazzurri, scoring two and assisting another two to earn a 9.8 FC Rating.

In a star-studded attack, he is joined by evergreen superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Ronaldo (9.7) scored both goals as Juventus defeated Cagliari 2-0, while Ibrahimovic (9.0) also scored two for Milan in the vital 3-1 away with at Napoli.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan's (9.4) outstanding form for Roma continued as he scored two in the 3-0 win against Parma.

Rodrigo De Paul (8.7), Juan Cuadrado (9.0), and Bryan Cristante (8.4) make up the rest of the midfield.

In this round of Serie A fixtures, nobody had more touches than Cuadrado, with 123.

Spezia's Martin Erlic (7.8) makes the cut alongside Christian Romero (7.9) of Atalanta and Juve's Merih Demiral (8.6).

Unfortunately for Juve, they now face a defensive crisis as Demiral is now injured, with him joining Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini on the sidelines.

Gianluigi Donnarumma (8.0) made a superb eight saves as Milan won away at Napoli.

Serie A Team of the Week
Round 10
8.0
84
8.7
83
7.8
69
7.9
79
8.6
84
9.4
91
8.4
78
9.0
81
9.7
98
9.0
96
9.8
93

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