Bellingham, Kroos and De Jong lead the ideal eleven of the fourth day


The Englishman Jude Bellingham continues with his particular full presence in the eleven of the day in these first four dates, while his teammate Toni Kroos and the blaugrana Frenkie De Jong and Jules Koundé make up a starting team also with the presence of the Japanese Take Kubo, with his double against Granada, in a team set up with the help of Driblab’s statistics.

The complete eleven is made up of: Paulo Gazzaniga (Girona FC); Manu Sánchez (RC Celta), Luiz Felipe (Real Betis), Jules Koundé (FC Barcelona), Hamari Traoré (Real Sociedad); Frenkie De Jong (FC Barcelona), Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid); Darwin Machís (Cádiz CF), Iago Aspas (RC Celta) and Take Kubo (Real Sociedad).

-Paulo Gazzaniga (Girona CF).

The Girona goalkeeper was one of the main culprits for his team adding the three points against Las Palmas and going to the break in second place in LaLiga. The Argentine made 5 saves, some of them very meritorious, to keep a clean sheet for the second time this season.

-Hamari Traoré (Royal Society)

The right-back from Real Sociedad is showing at the start of the League that the ‘txuriurdin’ team was right when betting on his signing. Against Granada, he was a dagger through the side. The Mali player provided an assist, created 2 scoring chances, finished off 2 times and was the player of the match who intervened the most with 87 actions with the ball. In defense he had 7 steals and 9 wins.

-Jules Koundé (FC Barcelona)

At the end of last season, he asked Xavi to play more in the central position, and this season he has won a permanent position. He was in charge of opening the can against Osasuna with a header from a corner, one of his many virtues and he was also especially inspired by creation, hitting 96% of the passes he attempted. In defense, he prevailed in 7 of the 9 games he played, recovered 3 balls and made 8 clearances.

-Luiz Felipe (Real Betis)

The Brazilian central defender once again demonstrated against Rayo Vallecano that he is one of the best central defenders in the competition. Luiz Felipe prevailed in 60% of the duels he played, also recovering 10 balls and making a clearance. With the ball at his feet, he was at a high level, completing 55 of 60 passes attempted and generating a chance to score.

-Manu Sánchez (RC Celta)

The Atlético de Madrid youth squad has secured a place in Rafa Benítez’s eleven, and is responding to that confidence of the coach with great performances. Against Almería he distributed an assist, generated 3 scoring chances, crossed 4 times and was the player of the game who made the most passes in the last third. In addition, he recovered 5 balls and cleared 4 crosses from the rival.

– Toni Kroos (Real Madrid)

The German against Getafe since his departure was a ‘masterclass’. The 45 minutes that he was on the pitch were enough for him to be the best player of the match, excellent in distribution, hitting 67 of the 71 passes he attempted and generating up to 7 scoring chances. In addition, he joined the attack with 3 shots, one of them crashed into the left post of the goal.

-Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid)

The English player has fallen on his feet at Real Madrid. In his debut before his audience, he gave his team the three points with a goal in discount. He has scored 5 goals in the first 4 games in LaLiga, scoring in all of them, something that only Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cesc Fabregas had achieved in the 21st century. In addition, he once again showed his quality, generating 3 scoring chances and completing 91% of his passes.

-Frenkie De Jong (Barcelona)

The Dutchman is being Barça’s best player at the start of the season. He is uncovering himself as the total midfielder that the Barça club signed from Ajax. Against Osasuna, no one participated more with the ball than him: he completed 107 passes with 93% efficiency, 37 of them in the last third of the field. In addition, he finished off on goal once and his additions to the attack were constant (17 tackles in the last third). He put the finishing touch on his great game by completing 100% of the dribbles he attempted and recovering 10 balls.

-Take Kubo (Royal Society)

Kubo is one of the fittest players at the start of the season. Against Granada, the Japanese was the author of 2 of the goals for Real Sociedad, actively participating in another 2 (an assist and crossing the ball that Bosch scored into his own goal). In addition, he made 3 crosses into the area and 19 passes in the last third of the field, completing his performance with 3 steals.

– Iago Aspas (Celta RC)

No matter how many years pass, Iago Aspas will continue to show that he is one of the greatest talents in Spanish football in the 21st century. In the match against Almería he did not score, but that did not stop him from being the best player on the field. He assisted Unai Núñez in Calta’s first goal, also generating 5 scoring chances. He was the player of the match who crossed the most balls (7) and completed the most dribbles (3). In addition, he prevailed in 6 of the 7 duels that he played and caused 3 fouls.

-Darwin Machís (Cádiz CF)

He has been one of the great signings for Cádiz this season, and against Villarreal he was the architect of the Cadiz comeback. He scored 2 goals, the second with a great shot from the edge, shot more times than anyone else in the game (5) and created a chance to score. In defensive tasks, he recovered 7 balls.