Joao Cancelo, Álvaro Morata and three Girona players lead the eleven of matchday 6 of LaLiga


Joao Cancelo, figure of Barcelona’s comeback against Celta; Álvaro Morata, author of a double in the Madrid derby against Real Madrid; and three of Míchel’s pupils (Sávio, Iván Martín and David López) lead an eleven for the sixth day of LaLiga EA Sports configured with the help of Driblab statistics.

The complete eleven is made up of: Jeremías Ledesma (Cádiz CF); Javier Hernández (Cádiz CF), Álex Suárez (UD Las Palmas), David López (Girona FC), Joao Cancelo (FC Barcelona); Sergio Arribas (UD Almería), Brais Méndez (Real Sociedad), Iván Martín (Girona FC); Sávio Moreira (Girona FC), Álvaro Morata (Atlético de Madrid) and Take Kubo (Real Sociedad).

Jeremías Ledesma (Cádiz CF)

Cádiz came away with a point from their visit to Benito Villamarín, largely due to their performance. The Argentine goalkeeper made 6 saves against Betis and made 3 clearances. A formidable performance.

Javi Hernández (Cádiz CF)

The left back continues to show that he is in very good shape at the start of the year. At Villamarín he was the Cadista player who generated the most chances (2), the one who made the most crosses into the area (7) and the one who made the most good tackles (3). A more than notable performance with which he is making Pacha Espino forget.

Álex Suárez (UD Las Palmas)

Las Palmas is the team, along with Athletic, that has conceded the fewest goals so far (4), and it is largely thanks to the work of Álex Suárez. He was a marshal against Granada, drying up Lucas Boyé. He won 10 of the 12 duels he played in the match, winning 100% of those that took place on the ground. In addition, he recovered 6 balls, and was very successful in passing with 55/60 accurate passes.

David López (Girona FC)

The Girona center back is experiencing the best moment of his career. To his usual performance in defense he has incorporated the attacking aspect. Against Mallorca he scored his second goal of the season, being brilliant in getting the ball out with 51 successful passes. In defense, he recovered 5 balls and cleared 3 times.

Joao Cancelo (FC Barcelona)

He arrived in Barcelona a few weeks ago with the reputation of a star signing, and he is more than meeting expectations. He was a fundamental pillar in the Catalans’ comeback against Celta, scoring the winning goal and assisting Lewandowski in the equalizer. Furthermore, he was the Barça player who made the most crosses into the area and the second with the most actions with the ball in the match (137).

Sergio Arribas (UD Almería)

The Real Madrid youth player continues to demonstrate one more day that the Primera RFEF was too small for him. Against Valencia he was the great Almeria protagonist of the match with a double. He was the player of the match who finished the most times (4) and the one who carried out the most actions with the ball in the rival area (6). Additionally, he created a scoring chance and completed 67% of the dribbles he attempted.

Brais Méndez (Real Sociedad)

The Real Sociedad midfielder rounded off his great week against Getafe, which began with a goal in the Champions League against Inter. Against the azulones he scored, assisted and caused a penalty. A performance that, together with the two chances he generated, the 88% passing accuracy and the 7 balls he recovered, made him have his best game so far this season.

Iván Martín (Girona FC)

Girona’s Basque midfielder is having a great start to the season. He has earned a starting place in Míchel’s eleven and, against Mallorca, he scored the first goal of the season. In addition, he contributed a lot of second line arrivals and carried out 7 actions in the opponent’s area. He completed 95% of his passes in the final third of the field and recovered five balls.

Sávio Moreira (Girona FC)

It can be said that it is the great revelation of LaLiga 23-24. The Brazilian has already participated in 5 goals in the first 6 days. Against Mallorca he left his mark with a goal and an assist. In addition, he created 3 chances, completed 2 dribbles and crossed into the area 4 times.

Álvaro Morata (Atlético de Madrid)

The ‘9’ of Spain is the current ‘Pichichi’ of LaLiga, tied on five goals with Bellingham and Lewandowski. In the derby against Real Madrid he scored a double that helped the colchoneros beat their eternal rival. A 100% effectiveness that, added to the 100% of duels won, made him the figure of the most important match of matchday 6.

Take Kubo (Royal Society)

The Japanese player continues to be sweet in front of goal. Against Getafe it only took 90 seconds to find him. He was the protagonist of his team’s attack with four crosses into the area and 10 passes in the final third of the field. In addition, he completed 2 dribbles, won 4 duels and recovered 5 balls.