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Hi I thought i would provide a team of the week from every major league so that if you are interested you can look at the team of the week(s) and see which players are constantly appearing and therefore likely to rise.

Obviously I cant watch every game in every league so I will be using a well known site to copy the teams from but it is reliable and therefore you can see who really is playing well

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GERMANY:

Goalkeeper

Christopher Heimeroth (Borussia M’gladbach): The Fohlen keeper put his and Borussia’s nightmare start behind him by putting in a top performance against Werder on Saturday to help ensure that their first points were secured. He pulled off a number of great saves, even if at times he made the simple things look difficult.

Defenders

Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich): Lahm has been one of Bayern’s top players this season and he continued that form against Hertha on Sunday. With Jürgen Klinsmann playing with a back three for a change, Lahm was given licence to get forward and he claimed a long awaited Bundesliga goal with a fine strike reminiscent of his 2006 World Cup goal. He still managed to track back when required to make some vital tackles though.

Bastian Reinhardt (Hamburg): HSV defender Reinhardt was the instigator of Hamburg’s comeback from their two-goal deficit against Bielefeld. He scored three goals last season and has now nearly matched that with his strikes against his former club. Hamburg may have invested heavily to purchase Petric, Jansen and Neves, but it was an old-hand who proved the star on Saturday.

Neven Subotic (Borussia Dortmund): BVB defender Subotic has taken to the Bundesliga like a duck to water since his move from second division Mainz in the summer and this is now his second consecutive appearance in the Goal.com Bundesliga Team of the Week. He proved to be the match winner for Dortmund with his second goal of the season, and once again the Borussia defence is looking much more assured with him at the heart of it.

Manuel Friedrich (Bayer Leverkusen): The German international defender cleared up the danger at the back for Leverkusen against a lively Hoffenheim side and involved himself in the Werkself attacks whenever possible. He scored the second goal of the game, heading home a Barnetta corner.

Midfielders

Heiko Westermann (Schalke): Westermann was pushed up into a midfield role for the Ruhr derby against Bochum, and showed his versatility with a fine performance capped with the only goal of the game. Rafinha’s cross from the right was headed home by the impressive Westermann to send Schalke top of the table on goal difference.

Zé Roberto (Bayern Munich): The Brazilian put in a highly polished performance for Bayern in midfield against Berlin. He was always involved, and made numerous excellent forward runs. He was the heart and soul of Bayern’s side in their first win of the season.

Tranquillo Barnetta (Bayer Leverkusen): Swiss midfielder Barnetta was the start of the show in Leverkusen’s 5-2 over Hoffenheim. He was heavily involved in three of Bayer’s goals. He created the first two for Haggui and Friedrich from excellent set-piece delivery, before scoring the fourth himself seven minutes from time to make the three points safe for the Werkself.

Alexander Baumjohann (Borussia M’gladbach): The former Schalke youngster’s goal against Werder must surely be a main contender for goal of the season, and ranks up there with Lionel Messi’s wonder strike from last season. He picked up the ball inside his own half, before dribbling the past Frings, Naldo, and Prödl and firing in past Wiese. His all-round game was very good even disregarding the goal.

Marko Marin (Borussia M’gladbach): Marin was on sizzling form against Werder as Borussia secured their first win of the season. He showed fantastic vision and pass selection for the opening goal, and was a constant thorn in the side of the Werder defence. They just had no answer to his ability at times, especially when he ran at them with his dazzling dribbling and close control.

Forward

Stefan Kießling (Bayer Leverkusen): Kießling scored his first double for Leverkusen as he helped Bayer to a 5-2 win over Hoffenheim. With Patrick Helmes shining in the first two games, Kießling has now shown that he could also be a prolific marksman this season.

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SPAIN

Goalkeeper

Asier Riesgo (Recreativo): The former Real Sociedad man returned to the Primera in some style by keeping a clean sheet against Betis. His side were up against it for the vast majority of the game and it's largely thanks to him that they took all three points from Seville.

Defenders

Boris (Numancia): While Lionel Messi had a good game, he largely did so when steering clear of Boris. A confident showing from the journeyman Asturian, who no doubt delighted his manager with his solidity.

John Heitinga: The new Atleti signing didn't have the best of pre-seasons for the rojiblancos, but he certainly made his mark in their Liga opener. Do the colchoneros finally have a back line that they can trust? If so it's largely down to this man.

José Antonio García Calvo (Recreativo): Valladolid may have shipped one goal to Espanyol, but the back line in fact had a largely fruitful game, with Calvo at the centre of it. The former Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid man could be key in keeping the Pucela up.

Carlos Bellvís Llorens: An unsung player, Bellvis bossed the left flank against Barcelona. That was quite a Primera debut for the former Valencia trainee, who's just 23 years of age. Like Daniel Alves it's hard to pinpoint him as a full-back, midfielder, or winger - unlike Alves he was on top form at los Pajaritos.

Midfielders

Maniche (Atlético Madrid): Having well and truly kissed and made up with Javier Aguirre, Maniche is busy rebuilding his image as a footballer. This he did with consummate ease against Málaga, utterly bossing the midfield alongside Paulo Assunção. A brilliant showing.

Pablo Alvarez (Deportivo): For a guy who struggled to even hold down a first team spot last season, Alvarez is proving his doubters wrong. The ex-Sporting Gijón man looked right at home against the blancos.

David Silva (Valencia): After the disaster that was the Supercopa, Valencia sprung into life against Mallorca. Needless to say Silva was right at the centre of what was a great performance for Unai Emery's side.

Andrés Guardado (Deportivo): The young Mexican helped to ensure that Real Madrid's Riazor curse remains alive and well. Having missed much of the last campaign due to injury, he did not skip a beat in re-establishing himself as a key player. Superb stuff - and great to watch, too.

Attackers

David Villa (Valencia): What a player. It's that simple: Villa is one of the most naturally talented footballers on the planet, and when he's given free reign by a leaky defence then only one thing can result: goals.

Diego Forlán (Atlético Madrid): Like teammate Heitinga, he has saved his best for the competitive season. Forlán is a form player and one for whom confidence is paramount, and a great performance against the 'anchovies' should see him in good stead for a few more weeks.

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ITALY

Goalkeeper

Matteo Sereni-, Torino 3-0 Lecce

The shot-stopper made a number of stunning saves against Lecce to register a clean sheet for his side. The 33-year-old, who once played for Ipswich Town, showed that he still has what it takes to cut the mustard at the highest levels.

Defenders

Gianluca Zambrotta-, Milan 1-2 Bologna

He took some time to get into the game, but he was outstanding when he did. Having started on the left before switching to the right when Marek Jankulovski came on, the former Barcelona star formed a great partnership with Ronaldinho on the flank. He never stopped running and was a constant threat down the wings.

Zdenek Grygera-, Juventus 1-1 Fiorentina

The Czech defender has discovered that he can be an assist man as well as brilliant stopper. He always seemed to find space behind Fiorentina’s back line undetected. Indeed, he muscled his way into the box to set up Pavel Nedved's opener.

Nicola Legrottaglie-, Juventus 1-1 Fiorentina

The former Siena man has taken full responsibility at the back in Giorgio Chiellini’s absence. Was a commanding presence and kept Alberto Gilardino quiet for most of the game. Broke up the play and kept things organised.

Midfielders

Francesco Valiani-, Milan 1-2 Bologna

The versatile midfielder ensured his Serie A debut was a special one. He was outstanding throughout the match and stunned San Siro with a goal of the season contender ten minutes from time, stealing the points for the Rossoblu. A perfect start.

Alberto Aquilani-, Roma 1-1 Napoli

The Italian international is Roma’s unsung hero. He never stopped running and was a constant threat all over the pitch: in attack - holding up play - and in defence. His work rate was second to none and his goal was well taken.

Marek Hamsik-, Roma 1-1 Napoli

The Slovakian started where he left off from last term. Easily the man of the match, he ran the show for the Partenopei and earned his side a well deserved point with a brilliant, acrobatic strike. No wonder the club kept him this summer.

Ronaldinho-, Milan 1-2 Bologna

The Brazilian was back to his old tricks as he marked his debut in Serie A with some magical and dazzling play. His assist for Massimo Ambrosini was top-class and 'Dinho never stopped wowing the crowd. Fitter, sharper and more determined - it can only get better for him and the Rossoneri.

Gokhan Inler-, Udinese 3-1 Palermo

The Swiss international proved just why Udinese spent all summer trying to hold onto him. Every dangerous ball came via his feet as he created chance after chance for his side. He capped off a great performance with an unstoppable headed goal to ensure his side took all three points.

Strikers

Antonio Di Natale-, Udinese 3-1 Palermo

The hit-man fired his side to victory with a stunning brace. The two goals had Di Natale written all over them: a stunning run and finish and a fine lob over Marco Amelia. His display helped the Bianconeri get off to a flyer. Well done Toto!

Mauro Zarate-, Cagliari 1-4 Lazio

The Argentine grabbed a double - a well taken penalty and a clever lob - but that’s not all he contributed. He was a constant threat around the box and he linked up superbly with Goran Pandev. Showed incredible pace and hunger and Lazio will expect more of the same next week.

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England

Goalkeeper

Robert Green (West Ham United): Is often overlooked by many an England coach, and is even cited as a goalkeeping culprit whom concedes unforced errors. His performance today though was sound: one penalty save; an intuitive Emerton block (with his feet); combined with some good handling and a confident command of his area, are all the necessary ingredients in ensuring the visiting Blackburn Rovers couldn't find their way back in the game.

Defenders

Gael Clichy (Arsenal): A stereotypical Clichy performance. Ran well, was never afraid to bomb forward, and his understanding with fellow Frenchman Samir Nasri is flawless. Considering the age of this dynamic left-flank pairing, and providing Arsene Wenger keeps the duo at the Grove, then Arsenal fans may well see a partnership that will rival Cole and Pires'.

Matthew Upson (West Ham United): It was his defensive partner Calum Davenport who scored the Hammers' first goal, but it was Upson who proved to be the rock at the back: intercepting and tackling well all game.

Micah Richards (Manchester City): Last season Richards attracted many admirers and countless plaudits, but the tutelage of Richard Dunne was often seen as the main reason why the England hopeful blossomed. Last weekend though it was Dunne who was found to be slipping up, and Richards who was cleaning up the errors.

Glen Johnson (Portsmouth): Got forward well for the goal, linked up well with fellow England international Jermain Defoe, and helped Pompey keep a good clean sheet away from home.

Midfielders

Sunli Tuncay (Middlesbrough): Could strike a formidable understanding, and partnership, with Afonso Alves. Enjoys coming through the middle to score.

Vincent Kompany (Manchester City): Looks like a good buy for Mark Hughes, and with so many other clubs (Tottenham, Arsenal) pursuing a defensive midfielder it appears like an even bigger coup. Does not look out of his depth in a league, and a position, that requires mental toughness and physicality. Shrugged off challenges with skill and flair.

Antonio Valencia (Wigan Athletic): Scored well, had outstanding box-play, and showed up new-boys Hull City on countless occasions.

Shaun Wright Phillips (Manchester City): Played like he never left. If he carries this form on then he will play himself into the England fold - something he was never going to do at Chelsea. Scored twice, deservedly.

Attackers

Robin Van Persie (Arsenal): His delivery was far, far greater than it was at Craven Cottage last week. He not only converted a text book penalty, but also finished well for his second. Showed great skill and flair throughout, was unfortunate not to bag his first Arsenal hat-trick, but was subbed early due to a hamstring strain.

Amr Zaki (Wigan Athletic): Another great performance from the Egyptian striker. Found the net twice for Athletic - his second was a rocket. He assisted Valencia well.

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Re: Team of the week for every league...

Just to let you know in advance- as this weekend is full international fixture weekend i will not be doing a team of the week until Monday the 15th of September or a one or two days later...

feel free to discuss who plays well in the internationals tho! :)

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Guys please dont comment on this thread if your only going to criticize it and not discuss players!

Why waste your time and why waste a chance for people to see who's performing well

just dont reply please! -------> meaning badboyblue or whatever his name is

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just dont reply please! -------> meaning badboyblue or whatever his name is

You don't know to read my name now ? Yes you made the thread, and i said what i intended into this thread... so get used to it.

You edited your post 2 huors after i deleted mine, trying to be mean or just playing stupid ?

I wanted to go the high road this time, and here again your insulting

That's for you Apenis or whatever your name might be

EDIT to go on topic with this, great skills you are putting into this thread, and i hope you are up to the task fo doing this for the whole season. Wondeful stuff

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You don't know to read my name now ? Yes you made the thread' date=' and i said what i intended into this thread... so get used to it.

You edited your post 2 huors after i deleted mine, trying to be mean or just playing stupid ?

I wanted to go the high road this time, and here again your insulting

That's for you Apenis or whatever your name might be[/quote']

Regardless, posts like this ARE taking this topic off course, and therefore ought to be deleted.

To the creator of this thread (Sorry for not getting your name): Great thread. What I will say is it would be easier to split the teams into weeks, not nation. We would know which is the team of the week for which week then.

Anywho, I wont ramble on because I've got to go, keep it up matey.

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Week 2 coming up.

Goalkeeper

Manuel Almunia (Arsenal)

Was the only goalkeeper out of the 20 on show in England's top tier that kept a clean sheet. Made a comfortable save from Brett Emerton half way through the first 45 minutes and from then on commanded his area well. Late on in the game saved a low shot struck from South African Benni McCarthy. Was also quick to the loose balls.

Defenders

Ashley Cole (Chelsea)

The Chelsea and England left back graces the starting eleven of Goal.com's Team of the Week for the second time, having achieved the same feat in week one for his energetic forward runs that are reminiscent of the Cole that overlapped so well with Robert Pires at Arsenal. He could have scored against Manchester City, and Luiz Felipe Scolari seems to be getting the best out of a defender that both Avram Grant and Jose Mourinho failed to.

Ricardo Carvalho (Chelsea)

Despite giving away the 13th minute free-kick from which Robinho scored, he later made amends for his early error with constant interceptions and blocks. Denied Stephen Ireland a goal-scroing opportunity.

Jamie Carragher (Liverpool)

In the absence of Steven Gerrard it was loyal Liverpudlian Jamie Carragher who wore the armband and guided Liverpool to their first Anfield victory over bitter north-west rivals Manchester United in seven years.

Kolo Toure (Arsenal)

An effervescent display from the Ivorian as he was up and down the pitch busting a lung all game. Deflected a goal-saving shot from Roque Santa Cruz that could have changed the game should he have mistimed his jump. Seems to be fully match-fit following a malaria battle and a hip and thigh complaint.

Midfield

Ashley Young (Aston Villa)

Possesses great skill that was evident for large parts of last season but was again on show at White Hart Lane as he constantly skipped past and tormented the Tottenham defence. His efforts were rewarded with a goal and he is surely knocking on Fabio Capello's metaphoric door for a full international call-up. With all due respect to Stewart Downing, Young must be the more favourable option on the left flank for England in the absence of Joe Cole.

Frank Lampard (Chelsea)

Performed well away from home. His passing was sound throughout the game and he started and ended the move in which saw City 'keeper Joe Hart pluck the ball out of his net as the Chelsea camp celebrated the goal that took them into the lead for the first time in the fixture.

Mikel Arteta (Everton)

David Moyes must be commended for keeping hold of Arteta for so long, especially when he constantly performs for the Mersey outfit. Was responsible for many of Everton's most potent plays. His free-kick led to Anichebe's goal, and he also set up Cahill.

Dirk Kuyt (Liverpool)

Revels in the big games for the Reds and this display is one of many that is testament to that. Was unfortunate to not score after his countless opportunities. Assisted substitute Ryan Babel for the match-winner. His work-rate never ceases to impress.

Strikers

Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal)

After a barren start to the league the Togolese striker recorded a text-book hat-trick: one with his left peg, a right-footed strike, and a header. The 24-year old only needed one game to see himself rise from joint bottom to joint top club goal-scorer. His constant offsides should be overlooked when he nets thrice.

Jermain Defoe (Portsmouth)

Was unfortunate to only be awarded an honourable mention for his two goals in the third Premier League round, but Zaki and Van Persie's exploits were found to be greater than his. However, he twice found the net against Middlesbrough meaning he had secured back-to-back braces for Portsmouth. His reaction speed and awareness is sound, both attributes were key to his second. He now sits atop of the Premier League top scorers with four goals in four games. Kudos to the lad... how Tottenham Hotspur could do with him now.

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Goalkeeper

Albano Bizzarri (Catania)

A great performance by the Catania goalkeeper. He was on the losing side, but he deserves to be in the Serie A best XI for his showing against Inter. Saved his team from being on the wrong end of an embarrassing scoreline with a number of world-class stops. Outstanding.

Defenders

Maicon (Inter)

A superb display by the Brazilian right-back. He was constantly on the move up and down the wing and. Always lending support all over the park and he grew in stature as the game wore on.

Stephan Lichtsteiner (Lazio)

Kept Antonio Cassano shackled all game and his brilliant intervention on Il Talentino di Bari early was top-draw. It was a challenge which could be seen as a goal for Lazio, it was that good. He also set up Zarate with a pinpoint pass for the striker to score. A great display by the Swiss stopper.

Matteo Ferrari (Genoa)

Although stopping Andriy Shevchenko can hardly be seen as an achievement these days, Ferrari ensured that the Ukrainian didn't get a touch all afternoon. Formed a rock solid partnership at the back with Domenico Criscito in the 2-0 win over Milan.

Christian Maggio (Napoli)

The Italian full back was outstanding. He offered ample cover and was excellent in supporting his teammates when the Azzurri pushed high up the park. His goal won the Partenopei three points as he bangs on Marcello Lippi’s door.

Midfielders

Marek Hamsik (Napoli)

A superb strike by the midfielder saw his side get on the road to three points. He started off a little under par but he improved as the game wore on. Once again he proved his worth to the San Paolo as the crowd gave him a standing ovation in the end.

Momo Sissoko (Juventus)

An absolute colossus in the middle-of-the-park for Juventus, as he completely outpowered Udinese star Gokhan Inler. His partnership with Christian Poulsen is starting to blossom.

Mauro Camoranesi (Juventus)

Outstanding performance from the Italian dynamo. His vision and attacking play was sublime and he was always a threat to Samir Handanovic in goal. A superb all round performance and he was always on hand to ensure his strikers were receiving a constant feed of service.

Strikers

Fabrizio Miccoli (Palermo)

Terrorised the Roma defence, with Cicinho and Loria unable to do anything every time he was on the ball. His first goal was top draw, a quick dribble and then he smashed it into the top corner to fire his side level. His second was also of the highest quality as Doni just saw the ball whiz past him. Simply outstanding.

Diego Milito (Genoa)

The Argentine hit-man was superb against Milan as he led his side to a comfortable win over the Rossoneri. He set up Giuseppe Sculli and he won and converted a penalty. He was fundamental throughout the game and both Maldini and Bonera couldn’t touch him. A great return for 'The Prince'.

Ezequiel Lavezzi (Napoli)

The forward just cannot stop impressing. He has drawn comparisons with Azzurri legend Diego Maradona and his performance against Fiorentina saw glimpses of deja-vu and rolled back the memories of when El Pibe de Or graced the turf in the port city.

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Goalkeeper

Toño (Racing)

A superman performance from the Racing ‘keeper, halting Barca’s wolves at the door and securing what, in the final third of the match, looked to be an unlikely point. His efforts made it a very uncomfortable night for Pep Guardiola- the boos and whistles no doubt still ringing in his years.

Defenders

Bruno (Almeria)

Captain fantastic for little Almeria, blazing up and down the right side and constantly gave Valencia something to think about, setting up the hosts second goal.. He might look like Moby, but plays with all the heart of soul of a lion.

Ezequiel Garay (Racing)

All the talk was of the Argentine proving a point to Barca after a move to Camp Nou never materialized before Real snapped him up. He did just that, and was everywhere in defence, but also showed his typical poise, calm and class when all round him were deserted by theirs.

Baraja (Valladolid)

Helped keep out Atletico to hold on to victory after defensive team mate Pedro saw red, maintaining the lead he himself secured from the penalty spot in the first half.

Mané (Almeria)

The second of two excellent full back performances from Almeria, Mane showed boundless energy, great confidence and some good touches.

Midfield

Santi Cazorla (Villarreal)

A great strike from the Spanish international winger, showing Real what they're missing and Villarreal what they’ve held on to after Cazorla decided to stay at El Madrigal in the summer.

Rafael Van der Vaart (Real Madrid)

The type of performance, and goal, all top players would want in their first Liga outing in front of the demanding Bernabeu crowd.

Enzo Maresca (Sevilla)

Outstanding performance from the Italian dynamo. He orchestrated Sevilla’s attacking play effortlessly, proving a constant threat with his goal power, movement and endless supply chain to the forwards.

Pablo Piatti (Almeria)

Somewhat shoehorned in on the left of midfield here, but his guy could be a star this season. Almeria call him ‘our Messi on the left’, and for a time the youngster almost deserved the comparison. Scored an opportunistic goal, and is the type of player opponents Valencia would love in Silva’s absence.

Strikers

Kanouté (Sevilla)

Bagged two in an open game, but Sevilla were in desperate need of his goals (especially given the absence of a jaded Fabiano) after Sporting’s remarkable first half haul. Showed some great touches too, re-affirming just how important he will again be to Los Blanquirrojo’s season.

Mate Bilić (Sporting Gijon)

Had some luck with his first half hat-trick, but come on, a first half hat-trick! Pretty much the most unexpected individual performance of the weekend. A timely one too, as Bilic he was left on the bench for the opening home defeat to Getafe. A perfect repost to the coach, making him a surefire starter from now on .

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Goalkeeper

(1) Jens Lehmann (Stuttgart)

Many people believed that Stuttgart had taken a gamble on 38 year old Jens Lehmann in the summer after he was released by Arsenal, but the ex-national team keeper rolled back the years on Saturday to help secure a point against Hoffenheim. He pulled off a number of top saves to keep Hoffenheim at bay and earn VfB a point.

Defenders

(2) Andreas Beck (Hoffenheim)

Full back Andreas Beck played a blinder against his former side as Hoffenheim recovered well from their 5-2 loss to Bayer Leverkusen in their last match to draw 0-0 with Stuttgart. Whereas Jens Lehmann was decisive in keeping Hoffenheim out, right back Beck was a key part of Hoffenheim’s clean sheet.

(3) Heiko Westermann (Schalke)

German international Heiko Westermann is really cementing himself as one of the most consistent players in the Bundesliga after his performance against Borussia Dortmund in the Revier-derby. The versatile defender racked up his third goal of the season in only the fourth game of the season.

(4) Andrea Barzagli (Wolfsburg)

Italian World Cup winner Andrea Barzagli proved his worth on Saturday against Hertha Berlin as he kept new signing Andrei Voronin at bay. The Ukrainian was very lively on his debut, but ex-Palermo defender Barzagli always seemed to have the upper hand as Wolfsburg took a point from the Olympiastadion.

(5) Timothee Atouba (Hamburg)

Hamburg defender Atouba was sound at the back and got forward eagerly to provide plenty of crosses from the flanks. The Cameroonian was recently linked with a move away from HSV, but he now looks set to enjoy a new lease of life under Martin Jol, under whom he played while at Tottenham.

Midfielders

(6) Piotr Trochowski (Hamburg)

HSV came back from two goals down at home to beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-2, and midfielder Piotr Trochowski was one of the chief instigators behind their win. The German international was on fire in the second half and it seemed that everything good that Hamburg did, went through him.

(7) Zé Roberto (Bayern Munich)

The Brazilian midfielder was at his dynamic best against Energie Cottbus with a tireless display in the Bayern engine room. He set up the first goal for Luca Toni and proved his all-round worth with a top display for the Bavarians.

(8) Diego (Werder Bremen)

Diego was one of the inspirations behind Werder’s first win of the season and scored his second goal in his second appearance of the season. Following his return from the Olympics the mercurial midfielder has certainly showed signs that he is willing to make up for lost time.

(9) Szabolcs Huszti (Hannover)

Hungarian international Szabolcs Huszti made up for a missed penalty in the first half of his side’s clash with Borussia Mönchengladbach by chipping in with two further goals. Hannover eventually ran out 5-1 winners at the AWD Arena and Huszti was a major contributor to that victory.

Forwards

(10) Luca Toni (Bayern Munich)

Last season’s Bundesliga top-scorer Luca Toni got himself on the score sheet twice against Köln and it brought back the scenes from last season with a vengeance when he seemed to be scoring twice in every game he played. He scored Bayern’s first two goals with his head and his right foot before turning provider for Lukas Podolski’s late goal.

(11) Jan Schlaudraff (Hannover)

Hannover’s season exploded into action with a 5-1 home win over Mönchengladbach and former Bayern Munich striker Jan Schlaudraff hit the back of the net with two extremely well taken goals. Both of his goals were sublime finishes and showed just what he is capable of and were a reminder of why Bayern signed him from Alemannia Aachen. Hannover could be about to gain from Bayern’s loss.

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I don't know about this mate, i mean credit is due for bringing this to everyone's attention, but still you could list the links of where you got it from, so that no one thinks you're trying to take credit for something you didnt actually create. Then again, doesn't take a genius to slap your posts into google and find out, either way at least you're bringing it to people's attention on a wider basis, just maybe best to back it up with some of your own feedback sorta thing.

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