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  1. Patson Daka (22) at Salzburg is very close to Leicester City. ⚽️ 34 goals 🅰️ 12 assists Crazy numbers in all competitions from Zambian Patson Daka. Good choice from him!
  2. England - Scotland 0-0 No win but feels like one... congratz @jaybee Must have scored once!
  3. 1. Paul Onuachu After Victor Osimhen last year, Belgium has yet another attacker from Nigeria who plays very strong. Onuachu has actually done the impossible in the Belgian league this season. I know the Belgian league as a physically difficult competition and difficult to score a lot. Onuachu, however, scores more than 30 goals. The crazy thing is that Onuachu is more than just a striker who scores goals. He also bounces well, is good in combination and for being this tall he also has a good technique. Onuachu will leave the Belgian league due to the great interest of many teams. Olympique Lyon, Arsenal FC, Sevilla FC, RB Leipzig and Liverpool are all being linked with the complete striker. KRC Genk wants a minimum of 25 million euros for the attacker. Matches: 33 Minutes played: 3.010 Goals: 29 (33 with Play-Offs) Assists: 2 Clean sheets: X
  4. 2. Junya Ito Junya Ito - KRC Genk - Japan The Japanese winger is a hugely underexposed player who is actually the most important player of KRC Genk in terms of goals and assists. Ito has a huge impact on the team. He is technically good, is fast, has an overview and has a good assist. Almost every assist from Ito is a danger to the opponent. KRC Genk really wants to keep him, but it is still the question if he will stay. Ito could settle in with a German sub-top team, but KRC Genk only wants to let Lucumi and Onuachu go. It remains to be seen if he will stay or not. Matches: 32 Minutes played: 3.232 Goals: 10 Assists: 12 Clean sheets: X
  5. 3. Odilon Kossounou Odilon Kossounou - Club Brugge KV - Côte D'Ivoire The Club Brugge defender is said to be playing a good season, but no one is talking about what impact he actually has. Some keep saying the forwards are the best in the squad, but Kossounou has had an incredibly strong season this year. He is dominant, physically good and has footballing ability. Mechele is the experienced man, but Kossounou is the player who keeps the defense stable. Arsenal FC, AC Milan and Wolverhampton are 3 teams that are behind Kossounou. There is a chance that he will leave Club Brugge, but will have to cost at least 20 million euros. Matches: 27 Minutes played: 2.699 Goals: 1 Assists: 2 Clean sheets: 14
  6. TOP 50: BELGIAN PRO LEAGUE 5. Noa Lang Noa Lang - Club Brugge KV - The Netherlands Lang left Ajax FC last year for Club Brugge and that was a smart move. He quickly became an important player. He is a player who moves a lot and has a fine technique. Lang is said to be the best player currently playing in Belgium. That's a bit exaggerated for me. His growth in his physique is something to be admired. Leeds United and AC Milan are 2 teams that Noa Lang follows closely. If I were him I would stay at Club Brugge for 1 year to become even stronger physically and then move a level higher. Matches: 24 Minutes played: 2.198 Goals: 14 Assists: 8 Clean sheets: X 4. Lukas Nmecha Lukas Nmecha - RSC Anderlecht - Germany Some in Belgium may not agree with his high position in this list, but the Manchester City loanee was a key player in last year's RSC Anderlecht. Attackingly, they actually came up a bit short, but thanks to Nmecha that was limited. He won't score a huge amount, but he's more than just a striker who scores goals. Nmecha has already said that he will leave RSC Anderlecht. He would have a preference for a team in the Bundesliga. Matches: 31 Minutes played: 3.139 Goals: 14 Assists: 3 Clean sheets: X A top 3 with Junya Ito, Paul Onuachu and Odilon Kossounou. Who will win this award ?...
  7. ENGLAND - 0 Pickford; James, Stones, Mings, Shaw; Phillips, Rice; Foden (Jack Grealish 63'), Mount, Sterling; Kane (Marcus Rashford 74') SCOTLAND - 0 Marshall; McTominay, Hanley, Tierney; O'Donnell, Gilmour (Stuart Armstrong 76'), McGinn, McGregor, Robertson; Adams (Kevin Nisbet 86'), Dykes
  8. SWEDEN - 1 Olsen; Lustig, Lindelöf, Danielsson, Augustinsson (Pierre Bengtsson 88'); Larsson, Olsson (Viktor Claesson 64'), Ekdal (Gustav Svensson 88'), Forsberg (Emil Krafth 93'); Berg (Robin Quaison 64'), Isak SLOVAKIA - 0 Dúbravka; Pekarik (Lukáš Haraslín 64'), Šatka, Škriniar, Hubočan (Dávid Hancko 85'); Kucka, Hrošovský (Michal Ďuriš 84'); Koscelník, Hamšík (László Bénes 77'), Mak (Vladimir Weiss 76'); Duda 1-0 Forsberg
  9. CROATIA - 1 Livaković; Vrsaljko, Lovren, Vida, Gvardiol; Modrić, Kovačić (Marcelo Brozović 87'); Perišić, Kramarić (Nikola Vlašić 62'), Brekalo (Luka Ivanušec 46'); Rebić (Bruno Petković 46') CZECH REPUBLIC - 1 Vaclík; Coufal, Čelůstka, Kalas, Bořil; Holeš (Alex Král 63'), Souček; Masopust (Adam Hložek 63'), Darida (Antonin Barák 87'), Jankto (Petr Ševčík 74'); Schick (Michal Krmenčík 75') 0-1 Schick 1-1 Perišić
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