Serie A Team of the Week – Round 31


Marco Sportiello (7 points): few unexpected clean sheets in this round, which had some extraordinary saves, but not by goalkeeper that managed to keep the goal locked up. Among them, Pierluigi Gollini had probably the best performance, but he was docked one point because he was booked. So the shout-out goes the Frosinone player for his alert work in Florence against a pretty good offence.

Erick Pulgar (13 points): the reigning player of the month confirmed his proficiency from the penalty spot by convering two in the span of three minutes.

Mitchell Dijks (9 points): he contributed to Bologna’s perfect result versus Chievo by slotting the ball one after a great forays down the right flank.

Federico Dimarco (5 points): after giving countless goals in the past few rounds, Parma’s defense finally tightened up in the Torino game and the young fullback was also their most active on the other end.

Timothy Castagne (5 points): Atalanta kept Inter scoreless despite the opponents attacking a lot, especially early in the game. Castagne, who this time focused more on defending than usual, had a key contribution by rejecting a very dangerous shot late.

Rodrigo De Paul (8 points): he was finally able to recapture his stellar early season form with a brace in a crunch a game against Empoli, where he bagged a magnificent curled shot and converted a penalty, which have not always been automatic for him this year.

Daniele De Rossi (6 points): Roma were sinking prior to this round, but they put together a gritty performance against Sampdoria and their grizzled captain tucked home what could turn out to be a very significant goal.

Rade Krunic (6 points): he was iffy to play due to a thigh injury and almost bowed out early, but then proceeded to have a glittery performance. He picked up an assist by perfectly executing a scheme on a free kick to set up Francesco Caputo and then netted one of his own with a wicked shot.

Ciro Immobile (6 points): he incredibly missed a sitter that would have paved a way to a quieter finale for Lazio, but his fantasy haul remains juicy since he converted a penalty and teed up Senad Lulic for the late equalizer.

Moise Kean (4 points): some of the Juventus starters returned on Saturday night, but the script from the previous games was unchanged as the golden boy still found a way to decide the game.

Daniel Ciofani (4 points): he gifted another dramatic win to Frosinone as a super sub, downing Fiorentina with a nasty cross-shot.

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