Each week, we’ll bring you the best performers from across Europe’s top five leagues (English Premier League, German Bundesliga, Spanish LaLiga, French Ligue 1 and Italian Serie A) using the unique WhoScored rating system.
The ratings are based on an extensive algorithm that uses Opta data during live matches, including over 200 raw statistics, which gives us a single rating from 1-10 (1 being bad; 10 being great) according to a player’s impact within a game. is weighed.
Learn more about how ratings are calculated on WhoScored here. And these are the top players in the final round of action.
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Goalkeeper: Finn Dahmen (Augsburg | Bundesliga) – 8.60
Augsburg goalkeeper Dahmen is at no. 1 after a heroic performance in a 1-1 draw with Cologne. The 25-year-old was a tough finish line to defend Fuggerstädter He made 10 saves in the stalemate, the most in a Bundesliga match this season.
Centre-back: Adrian Tamez (Torino | Serie A) – 8.19 rating
Torino won the league at the expense of Sassuolo il toro 2-1 win at home on Monday night. Tamez was directly involved in both goals, creating two goal-scoring opportunities and providing his first and second league assist of the season. Also, the 29-year-old found a teammate who completed 93.6% of his 78 attempted passes in a dominant display.
Centre-back: Ronald Araujo (Barcelona | La Liga) – 8.01
Tamez joined Barcelona’s matchwinner in Saturday’s 1-0 win at Real Sociedad. Araujo secured the points for Xavi with a late header as centre-back Alex Remiro made good with one of three attempts on goal. The Uruguay international was instrumental in securing a clean sheet as he made six clearances and won five aerial duels.
Centre-back: Saungutu Magasa (Monaco | Ligue 1) – 7.89
Monaco regained their push on the Ligue 1 title track with a 2-0 win over Brest on Sunday afternoon and have young Magasa to thank for ensuring a clean sheet on home turf. The 20-year-old finished the game with seven tackles, three interceptions and three clearances as Monaco bounced back from their 2-0 defeat at Lille the previous week.
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Right Midfield: Cole Palmer (Chelsea | Premier League) – 8.70
The first of two Chelsea players made the cut following Monday night’s enthralling 4-1 win away to Tottenham. Palmer fired the Blues level from the spot in the first half and provided the assist for Jackson’s hat-trick in injury time. These came from two shots and a key pass return, while an additional four successful dribbles.
Central Midfield: Bernardo Silva (Manchester City | Premier League) – 9.07
Manchester City went top of the Premier League after beating Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon. Bernardo Silva scored both of their goals, coming from four shots, in an impressive 6-1 win over the Cherries at the Etihad Stadium. Silva was also unlucky not to add an assist, making three key passes to an excellent midfield.
Central Midfield: Ousmane Dembele (PSG | Ligue 1) – 8.80
Joining Silva in the middle of the park is PSG star Dembele. Nominally a winger, Dembele was deployed in central attack as well Lee Kang-in PSG won 3-0 against Montpellier. The 26-year-old registered his third assist of the season, providing the turn for teenage sensation Warren Zaire-Emery, and made five key passes in total. He was a real handful for Montpellier’s backline as he finished the game with six dribbles and two tackles.
Left Midfield: Jeremy Docu (Manchester City | Premier League) – 10.0
Doku was directly involved in five of Manchester City’s six goals as the defending Premier League champions tore Bournemouth to pieces. The Belgium winger opened the floodgates for City on the half-hour mark, beating Andrei Radu with one of three shots, turning provider with four of his five key passes resulting in assists.
Striker: Gerard Moreno (Villarreal | La Liga) – 9.32
Moreno may have lost in a 3-2 loss to Villarreal Athletic Club, but the 31-year-old continued his fine form as he netted in a fourth league game. Moreno hit one of five shots, while one of his five key passes assisted on Alexander Sorloth’s consolation goal. Moreno also made three dribbles and three tackles.
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Striker: Harry Kane (Bayern Munich | Bundesliga) – 10.0
Another week, another perfect 10 performance from Kane. The Bayern Munich striker scored his third Bundesliga hat-trick of the season as he made light work of rivals Borussia Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park. The 30-year-old Kane’s three goals came from five shots in another memorable display.
Striker: Nicholas Jackson (Chelsea | Premier League) – 9.53
Jackson has struggled for goals since arriving at the club this summer and did everything he could to avoid scoring at Tottenham on Monday. But he ended the night with the ball of the match as he scored a late hat-trick at nine-man Spurs. Amid the VAR chaos, Jackson managed six shots and completed three dribbles to nail down his place in the front row.