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Padraig Whelan·23 October 2023

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇪🇸🇮🇹🇩🇪🇫🇷 OneFootball’s European Team of the Weekend

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Club football returned with a bang across Europe over the weekend. But which players stood out above the rest?

Here is our team of the weekend from the top five leagues.


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GK: Stole Dimitrevski (Rayo Vallecano)

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The Macedonian put in a performance that won him MVP honours in his side’s backs-against-the-wall 1-0 win over Las Palmas, topped off by an outstanding penalty save.


RB: Carlos Soler (PSG)

Tested out by Luis Enrique in an unusual and unfamiliar right-back role, the Spanish midfielder excelled. Defensively impeccable, he was a big presence when advancing forward, contributing to the victory with a goal and assist.

CB: Craig Dawson (Wolves)

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The Wolves defender seemed to win everything that came his way, be it in the air or on the deck, during their win over Bournemouth with a towering display.

CB: Waldemar Anton (Stuttgart)

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While Stuttgart have had players further up the field stealing the show recently, Anton effortlessly guided his side to a very impressive three points away at Union Berlin, finally claiming some well deserved plaudits for himself.

LB: Leonardo Spinazzola (Roma)

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José Mourinho’s latest touchline antics may have claimed the headlines after Roma’s late win over Monza but on the field, their flying wing-back with seemingly inexhaustible energy reserves and was their biggest attacking threat.


CM: Aleksandr Golovin (Monaco)

With four goals in his last five games, there is no doubt the midfielder is in magnificent form but he took that up another notch with two stunning finishes in Monaco’s 2-1 comeback win over Metz.

CM: Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa)

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The Brazilian made history with his goal in their thrashing of West Ham, becoming the first Villan to net in six straight home Premier League games. He then added another from the spot, but that was just one facet of another exceptional showing.

CM: Fredrik Jensen (Augsburg)

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In Augsburg’s 5-2 win at Heidenheim, there were many impressive performers but Jensen arguably stood out above the rest, with his set-piece deliveries causing continued problems, with the Finn being directly involved in three of his side’s goals.


RW: Jacob Murphy (Newcastle)

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The Newcastle man has waited patiently for his first league start of the season and upon being unleashed from the off by Eddie Howe against Crystal Palace, came up with a goal and two assists to stake a big claim for keeping his jersey.

ST: Antoine Griezmann (Atlético de Madrid)

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Atleti’s win at Celta was all about the Frenchman, who single-handedly delivered the three points with a hat-trick as he closes in quickly on becoming the club’s all-time record goalscorer.

LW: Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (Napoli)

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While Matteo Politano was arguably even more impressive on the opposite flank, this was much more like the Kvaradona of old and the Serie A MVP of last season, with a clinical performance. Is he back to his best?