They are named for a reason
Wissam Benjamin Ben Yedder (Monaco). He is confident and nothing can stop him. Ben Yedder, who scored a stunning hat-trick against Nantes (4-1), proved again that Philippe Clement could rely on him.
Aleksandr Golovin, Monaco: In three of the Monegasques’ goals against Nantes, this Russian player has returned to his peak.
Jonathan Clauss: The great architect of OM’s victory against Angers (3-0) Clauss was a scorer and double-passer to Gerson and Suarez.
Arnaud Kalimuendo (Rennes) : in Strasbourg (3-1), Kalimuendo launched his season. He was the author of his first goal after his arrival in Rennes. After that, he served Terrier and Gouiri perfectly. Promising.
Branco Van den Boomen (Toulouse).: The Dutch prodigy has again struck. Two fine assists were provided by the midfielder for Aboukhlal (Toulouse) and Chaibi against Montpellier (4-2).
Enzo the Fairy (Lorient).: The Lorient ndeg10 shined against Lille (2-1). He once again demonstrated his skill in midfield and confirmed his entry to the XXL season.
Adam Ounas: The native Liller performed well despite losing his family to Lorient (2-1). The Algerian, who was at the heart of the action regarding the goal of David’s goal, showed all the right moves on Sunday. Victory was all that was lacking.
Lionel Messi: against Nice (2-1) The Argentinian reacted to the situation by unlocking it with a stunning free kick, of which he knows the secret.
Mateusz Wieteska: The Polish defender stood out during Clermont’s victory over Ajaccio. He was not only an excellent defender, but he was also a valuable attacker by scoring a decisive goal for Rashani at match’s end.
Facundo Medina (Lens): The return of Sunday’s Bollaert match was a highlight for the Argentinian. He was omnipresent in all aspects of the game and delivered a great match. Dynamite.