The last round was a little lacking in terms of scoring: here is who made it to the team of the week.
Alessio Cragno: six teams kept a clean sheet in the last round, but there were not any superhuman performance by a goalie, so Cragno gets the spot because he did it against the toughest opponent. He racked up seven points as usual.
Raul Albiol: he was the top earner this week with nine points, thanks to the potent header that sealed the deal against Sampdoria and the clean sheet.
Mario Rui: the Portuguese left back brought home seven points because he sent in the corner kick that Albiol buried.
Charalampos Lykogiannis: same as Mario Rui, the Greek fullback perfectly set up Leonardo Pavoletti with a crisp free kick from the right flank, which might have hit the net even if it was not deflected.
Berat Djimsiti: it does not happen often that Benevento’s back-line leaves a game unscathed, but that was the case on Saturday against Genoa. The youngster has had a steady rise this year and might be ready to contribute for the team that loaned him in the past summer, Atalanta.
Antonin Barak: the starlet finally put his name back in the scoresheet after an incredibly long drought, connecting on a cross with a flying deflection. He had not scored since the first seasonal game against Verona. He was the best midfielder this week with six points.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic: the Serbian superstar gave another display of his power and technique with the crucial 2-2 goal against Crotone. He was among the midfielders who amassed four points thanks to a score, a list that includes also Rafinha and Alberto Grassi, whose goals were certainly good-looking but inconsequential in terms of results for their sides.
Senad Lulic: the captain stepped up to plate and coolly transformed a penalty in the Crotone game, which he won with a run down the left by the way.
Jakub Jankto: similarly to the Barak, the other Czech youngster showed up as well in the final chance for Udinese to right the ship. He sent in the wicked shot that his compatriot had no trouble pushing home. Napoli’s Allan had the same haul, but Arek Milik did most of the work in that goal.
Andrea Belotti: the Rooster was the top striker in the last round since he bagged one and also assisted Lorenzo De Silvestri, in both case with ruthless moves in the box. Injuries have ruined his season, but the skills are there so he will probably bounce back in a big way next year.
Roberto Inglese: Chievo needed a win to be more serene ahead of the final round and the centre-forward delivered in a terrific way, downing a long ball in the box, outmuscling two defenders and finding the net with an angled lefty shot.
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