Each week FIFA Ultimate Team assembles the best players from international and club competition around the world. This collection of players is available to challenge in FIFA Ultimate Team.
PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimović is running away with the Ligue 1 scoring title after putting in three goals for the club in their 2:4 away victory over Toulouse on Sunday evening. PSG maintained their five-point lead over second-place Monaco, and Ibra has now scored 22 goals in 25 matches played, nine more than his closest competitor.
It was a wild one at Anfield on Sunday as Liverpool came away with a 4:3 victory in a back-and-forth match with Swansea City, keeping them right in the thick of the Premier League title race. Both Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge scored two goals apiece in the match. Sturridge has now scored in eight consecutive matches and he is looking to match and surpass the legendary Ruud van Nistelrooy’s 10-match goal streak he set in 2003.
Staying in England, Arsenal bounced back after a tough home loss to Bayern München mid-week to defeat Sunderland 4:1. In the match, the Frenchman Olivier Giroud scored twice and helped set-up another to help the club achieve that victory. Giroud is the club’s best offensive producer, with 12 goals scored and assists on eight scores in 25 matches played this season.
The dominant Bayern München saw their closest competitors in the Bundesliga drop points over the weekend, and the club is poised to be one of the first in Europe to win their domestic title. Bayern easily defeated Hannover 96 0:4 on Sunday to increase their league lead to 19 points. Midfielder Thomas Müller scored two goals, his ninth and tenth of the seasons in the win, and was also was responsible for one of the club’s two goals in their mid-week victory over Arsenal in London.
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