Bellingham and three Real Sociedad players lead the eleven of matchday 8


Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), author of a goal and an assist in the white victory against Girona, and Robin LeNormand, Martín Zubimendi and Take Kubo (Real Sociedad), protagonists in the Basque derby won by Real with a resounding 3- 0, they lead the eleven of matchday 8 of LaLiga EA Sports configured with the help of Driblab statistics.

The complete eleven is made up of: Filip Jörgensen (Villarreal CF); Samuel Lino (Atlético de Madrid), Robin Le Normand (Real Sociedad), Gastón Álvarez (Getafe CF), Rubén Peña (CA Osasuna); Isco (Real Betis), Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Martín Zubimendi (Real Sociedad); Bryan Zaragoza (Granada CF), Luis Suárez (UD Almería) and Take Kubo (Real Sociedad).

Filip Jörgensen (Villarreal CF).

The Villarreal goalkeeper, discussed during the start of the season for his performances, was the best in the Coliseum match between Getafe and Villarreal. The expulsion of Álex Baena in the first half conditioned the match, and the Dane was the lifeline of the groguet team. The goalkeeper made 9 saves in the game, putting together a superb performance.

Samuel Lino (Atlético de Madrid).

The Brazilian was not in the game against Cádiz, but ‘Cholo’ Simeone pulled him in in the 60th minute of the game, with the match tied. His was the play that made it 3-2, putting a great ball to Saúl, who made a low pass for Correa to score the third Colchonero goal. In addition, Lino created a chance, made 20 passes, won 6 duels and made 4 tackles.

Robin Le Normand (Royal Society).

The Spanish international center back was in charge of opening the Basque derby with a volley from inside the area. In addition to the goal, he was the Real Sociedad player who completed the most passes (34), won 67% of the duels he played, recovered 3 balls and cleared one ball.

Gastón Álvarez (Getafe CF).

The blue center back’s game against Villarreal was outstanding. In defense he was immense, winning 9 of the 11 duels he played, recovering 11 balls, intercepting 2 shots and making 4 successful tackles. In addition, he was at a high level in distribution, hitting 89% of the 47 passes he attempted.

Rubén Peña (CA Osasuna).

The red right back returned to the starting lineup after not playing any minutes against Atlético de Madrid, and against Alavés he had a great match. He was the player of the match with the most actions with the ball (72), gave an assist, created two chances and made 6 crosses, his best record in this section so far in the League. Furthermore, he played 20 duels, recovered 10 balls and completed 5 of the 6 dribbles he attempted.

Isco (Real Betis).

After some more discreet games against Cádiz and Granada, the Betis star returned to his best level against Valencia. He was the Real Betis player who finished the most with 3 shots, two of them on goal, and he made 8 tackles in the final third. He was also the author of an assist, generated 4 chances, made 7 crosses into the area and completed 100% of the dribbles he attempted.

Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid).

The Real Madrid star at the start of the League was once again decisive in the rival area. Joselu’s goal that opened the scoring came after a perfect cross from the outside, and he was the author of the third and last white goal in Montilivi. Furthermore, the former Dortmund player only missed one of his 44 passes, made 6 dribbles, played 13 duels and recovered 5 balls.

Martín Zubimendi (Royal Society).

Another of the ‘txuri-urdines’ players who stood out in the Basque derby. The Spanish international midfielder assisted Oyarzabal with a pinpoint pass for the third realistic goal. The Zubieta youth player, in addition to the goal assist, created a chance, made 12 passes in the final third, played 7 duels and recovered 5 possessions for his team.

Bryan Zaragoza (Granada CF).

The Granada winger is one of the great revelations of LaLiga EA Sports. Against Almería he once again showed that he is one of the best dribblers in the five major leagues, and he put the team on his back to end up tying a game that seemed lost. He caused and scored the penalty that marked the first Nasrid goal in the match, generated 3 chances, won 7 of the 11 duels he played and was the player of the match who completed the most dribbles (4).

Luis Suárez (UD Almería).

Before the match against Granada, the Colombian striker was one of the LaLiga players with the worst scoring efficiency. However, in the match against the Nasrids he was the author of one of the fastest hat-tricks in LaLiga history. Three goals in just 5 minutes, which ultimately helped Almería gain a point.

Take Kubo (Royal Society).

The Japanese scored his fifth goal in LaLiga against Athletic Club, a goal that also represents his second goal in a Basque derby since he arrived in the San Sebastian discipline. Furthermore, Kubo was the realistic player who finished the most (2), generated the most chances (2), crossed the most times (5) and recovered the most balls (8).