Bellingham, Isco, Oyarzabal and Gerard Moreno lead the ideal eleven for matchday 11


The great protagonist of the Classic, Jude Bellingham; Francisco Alarcón ‘Isco’, who gave Real Betis the victory in the final minutes; and Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad) and Gerard Moreno (Villarreal CF), authors of a double each, lead the eleven of matchday 11 of LaLiga EA Sports from Europa Press prepared with Driblab statistics.

The complete eleven is made up of Unai Simón (Athletic Club); Roro Riquelme (Atlético de Madrid), Matija Nastasic (RCD Mallorca), Abdul Mumin (Rayo Vallecano), Óscar De Marcos (Athletic Club); Francisco Alarcón ‘Isco’ (Real Betis), Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Javi Guerra (Valencia CF); Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad), Gerard Moreno (Villarreal CF) and Fran Pérez (Valencia CF).

Unai Simón (Athletic Club).

The Athletic goalkeeper avoided defeat for the rojiblancos with three superb saves. The first, a handball to Hugo Duro inside the area; the second, with a saving foot to Amallah; and the third, a one on one against Hugo Duro that took him out of the Valencian striker when he almost had him dribbled. One more game giving points to his team.

Roro Riquelme (Atlético de Madrid).

The Atlético youth squad is experiencing his best moment of the season, and is already completely adapted to the left-footed winger position. Against Alavés he was the most outstanding Colchonero player, being the one who finished the most (3) and the one who carried out the most actions in the rival area (11). Additionally, he completed 94% of the passes he attempted and crossed on 4 occasions.

Matija Nastasic (RCD Mallorca).

Mallorca achieved its third clean sheet of the season against Getafe, thanks in large part to Nastasic’s great game. The vermillion central defender cleared 8 balls, recovered 3, made 100% of his tackles correctly, won 5 duels and intercepted 2 shots. In addition, he was the player in the game who completed the most passes (34).

Abdul Mumin (Rayo Vallecano).

The Ghanaian centre-back from Rayo Vallecano scored his first goal in LaLiga against Real Sociedad. A match in which he was also at a great defensive level despite his team conceding two goals. Mumin won 100% of the duels he played and cleared up to 3 San Sebastian centers.

Oscar De Marcos (Athletic Club).

At 34 years old, the Athletic right back is experiencing a second youth. Against Valencia he once again provided depth to the red and white attack, also scoring the first goal of the game. He was also the player with the most actions in the match (93), and the one who made the most crosses (7), being superb in defense, recovering 10 balls and winning 13 of the 17 duels he played.

Francisco Alarcón ‘Isco’ (Real Betis).

The Spanish midfielder continues to collect match MVPs. Against Osasuna, he rounded off his match, in which he had already assisted, with a great goal in stoppage time that gave the green and white team the victory. His form is excellent and his numbers speak for themselves: 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 chances created, 79 actions with the ball, 8 crosses and 25 duels.

Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid).

He is the great protagonist of the weekend on the football planet. In the most important match of the football day, his first Clásico, he turned the score around with a double to give Real Madrid the 3 points. Furthermore, the English international was the player who touched the rival area the most, with 4 actions, as well as the second Real Madrid player who touched the most balls, with 75, only surpassed by Tchouaméni (76), completing 44 of the 48 passes he tried.

Javi Guerra (Valencia CF).

The midfielder trained in Paterna is one of the new talents in Spanish football, and each day shows that he is growing by leaps and bounds. In San Mamés, one of the largest stages in Spanish football, Javi Guerra put in a sublime performance. He created 2 chances, was the player who made the most passes in the final third (17), completed 2 dribbles and recovered 13 balls, the most in the game.

Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad).

Since he opened the scoring with a double against Getafe on September 24, he is the second player in the five major leagues who has scored the most goals (7) only behind Griezmann (8). Against Rayo Vallecano he scored a double, which helped Imanol’s team momentarily turn the score around. In addition, he generated 4 chances, also completing 100% of his passes.

Gerard Moreno (Villerreal CF).

Villarreal needed a victory to get out of the difficult qualifying situation of the day, and against Granada, Gerard Moreno put the team on his back. Double in the 23rd minute of the game that paved the way for the ‘submarine’ to win. In addition, he performed 55 actions with the ball, 5 dribbles, played 11 duels and recovered 5 balls.

Fran Pérez (Valencia CF).

Another of Paterna’s great talents. The Spanish winger put in a historic performance in San Mamés. Goal and assist that make him, at 21 years and 50 days old, the 4th youngest Valencia player in the 21st century to achieve a goal and assist in the same match, only surpassed by Ferran Torres, Javi Guerra and Gonçalo Guedes. Furthermore, he created 2 chances, completed 91% of his passes, completed 6 of the 7 dribbles he attempted and recovered 9 balls.