Hey guys, this is Bronze Panic bringing you Fifa 15 BPL Team of the Week 4. It has to be said this weeks action was not as exciting as to what we have become accustomed to. So from a pretty sedentary week here are my picks:
Thibaut Courtois was outstanding in the clash of the week. Man United took on Chelsea as Van Gaal took on Mourinho and boy was it lively. Courtois just edged out De Gea but where equally excellent in front of the goal mouth.
Leighton Baines is continuing his good form also picked last week in my 11. This week was no different as he whipped in an excellent cross for Eto’o to score his first.
James Collins was absolute tank in defence in a clash against Premier league champions Man City. His presence on the field was felt and stopped the opposition from playing the way they wanted to.
Branislav Ivanovic made my eleven regardless of the controversial red card he picked up in the dying seconds of the game. He kept Angel Di Maria quiet for the majority of the game.
Alexandre Song was the ideal central defensive midfielder this week. Often winning the ball in front of the back four and his passing was impeccable. A real class act this week.
Marouane Fellaini showed last week that his form was returning and this week he continued his good work against top of table Chelsea. He made surging runs forward and what really stood out was that cute flick to Adnan Januzaj. Finally hitting some form.
Sadio Mane finally got his first goal for Southampton and boy did he deserve it. After a deflection of the post from a shot from Pelle, Mane had great reflexes to hit the rebound into the roof of the net.
Alexis Sanchez was very lucky this week as Sunderland gifted him two chances. Sanchez showed his skill and put both chances into the back of the net. Just pure class!
David Silva was a real driving for Man City and maybe the only one. He fantastically dribbled his way into the penalty box and carved a beautiful finish. Almost like the little master himself.
Wilfried Bony paired up beautifully with Sigurdsson to net his first goal. A tap in for his second insured victory for Swansea. He is vital role in the team, lets hope he can keep going.
Samuel Eto’o put two past newly promoted Burnley. He almost made it three when a poor back pass allowed him to get one on one with the keeper. The tight angle however worked against him as the ball hit the post and back into play.
For all of you that think the kick off goal is a glitch just check out what Newcastle’s Sammy Ameobi managed to do against Spurs.