Gianluca Pegolo (7 points): the 38-year-old unseated the youngster Stefano Turati throughout the week and frustrated Milan time and time again with great saves on clear-cut attempts.
Jhon Chancellor (8 points): his goal could not have been any easier as he tucked it home with his knee from basically the goal-line and he was pretty good in the back as well against Lecce.
Stefano Sabelli (7 points): he has been frisky throughout the season and finally managed to make a meaningful fantasy contribution, providing a gritty assist for a teammate in Brescia’s romp.
Cristian Ansaldi (6 points): he propelled Torino in the first part of the Verona clash with two splendid and precise lefty strikes, further adding to his star status as far as defenders are concerned.
Nikolas Spalek (7 points): he had been quiet prior to this weekend but finally put his name in the score-sheet, immediately picking up an assist after coming off the bench and then bagging his first Serie A goal on a counter late in the contest.
Dejan Kulusevki (6 points): another dazzling display for Parma’s prospect, who made a fool of Kalidou Koulibaly few minutes into the game and then engineered the game-winning fast-break in the stoppage time, timely setting up Gervinho for the game-winner.
Karol Linetty (4 points): he brought a lot of hustle to the table in the Derby della Lanterna after failing to make the starting lineup for way too long, but also a bit of technique as he linked up with Gabbiadini for the lone goal of the contest.
Andrea Poli (4 points): the unheralded veteran got his due in the Atalanta bout, breaking the deadlock with a header at the end of a terrific cut.
Cristiano Ronaldo (8 points): he can be considered fully back after his brace against Udinese, where he bagged two lovely strikes that few would have been able to pull off with such precision and suddenness.
Dusan Vlahovic (4 points): after a series of underwhelming performances, he delivered when it mattered the most, saving Fiorentina from the fourth loss in a row with a tremendous 50-meter sprint to the goal and an even better lefty cross-shot to beat Samir Handanovic.
Manolo Gabbiadini (4 points): his three-point goals are starting to pile up at this point and he came through again with an astounding lefty strike to win it all.
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