Marcos Llorente is the only LaLiga Santander player to have made a name for himself in the Team of the Week (TOTW) 21 and in which the great standout is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after his three goals in Arsenal’s game against Leeds.
The Spanish Atletico Madrid player receives his second IF of the season after playing a key role in his team’s tight victory against Granada with one goal and one assist. This card changes him from position to right midfielder and with 86 on average he is a very interesting option for LaLiga teams, although always playing it with a more midfielder role.
The star, however, is Aubameyang. The Arsenal player led his team against Leeds and receives his first IF with 88 on average, a card that will only enhance the virtues of a player who stands out in FIFA 21 for his good pace (94 in this case) and his spectacular shot (88), wreaking havoc on opposing defenses.
Precisely the front ones are the most striking of this TOTW, since also between Romelu lukaku. With 88 on average he is a different striker who, although he is not excessively slow (85), where he stands out is in the shot (88) and in his physical power.
Also from the Italian Serie A sneaks Luis Muriel. The Atalanta striker receives a letter of 84 with a great pace (92), a good shot (85) and a very good dribbling statistic (88), although the truth is that the letter is slightly worse than the one RTTF already had , which could be updated if they manage to beat Real Madrid next week.
Otherwise, it is not a very interesting TOTW. It features several Premier League players such as Martínez (84), Stones (85), Ndidi (86) or Sarr (82), The latter standing out despite not being a spectacular card due to its devilish rhythm of 98, which gives great potential to be used as a revulsive.
There are also several Bundesliga players like Nkunku (83) and Niakhaté (81) and French Ligue 1 –Thomasson (81) and Blas (81)-. From Serie A, in addition to Lukaku and Muriel, Veretout (82) and Meret (82) slip in. In any case, as we said, it is a TOTW that would have been mediocre at any time but that is especially so now.