Alessio Cragno (7 points): offenses generally bested defenses in the last matchday, so the clean sheets were numbered. It took him a minute, but the Cagliari goalie is finally looking like his old self and saved the day late with a great leap on a Christian Kouame header that was destined to the top corner.
Rafael Toloi (9 points): he often picked up assists this season and he has become an integral part of the Atalanta offense, but he had to go the extra mile against Sampdoria, as he bagged a perfectly executed thumping header to finally make the opponents late.
Federico Ceccherini (5 points): Fiorentina stymied the fairly venomous Cagliari’s attack and Ceccherini, who has been getting a lot of minutes lately, contributed to holding things down while their centrepiece German Pezzella was suspended.
Fabio Lucioni (4 points): the Lecce veteran is faring better in the opposing boxes than in his own lately, as he has scored twice in a row and his goal led to potentially massive points against Lazio.
Rodrigo De Paul (6 points): he simply dominated the contest against SPAL, finding the target basically right away poucing on a loose ball just outside the box and smashing it past the goalie. He is now up to six goals in the season.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (5 points): he willed Roma back against Parma with another superb outing, as he knotted the game up with a snapshot from the heart of the box and slid it to Jordan Veretout on a fast-break to set up the goal that put them ahead.
Adrien Rabiot (4 points): he woke up fantasy-wise in astonishing fashion given his previous lackadaisical appearances, straight-up going coast-to-coast before rifling it home from distance with a lefty strike for his first Serie A goal.
Darko Lazovic (4 points): he bagged a gem as well since, two minutes into the Inter clash, he left Milan Skriniar in his tracks with a bamboozling dummy on the base line and fired it home from a difficult position.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (6 points): another clutch performance for the Swedish ace, who ignited the comeback with a PK and found Kessie for the second goal. Despite the limited mobility, it is his second straight appearance with a goal and an assist.
Ante Rebic (5 points): he too was instrumental in Milan’s turnaround against Juventus, as he dished it to Rafael Leao on the third goal and finished the opponents off with an easy finish, clocking in once again in his torrid 2020.
Luis Muriel (4 points): he added to his resume of best sub in the League with a fantastic strike to seal the deal versus Sampdoria and he has become automatic from that medium-range spot.
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