The World Cup is a time to make a name for yourself, especially among fantasy football managers.
Dream Team World Cup players thrive of those individual performances that hoover up fantasy points.
As you know, there are three points on offer for a WhoScored.com rating of over 7 and another five for being named Star Man.
We have scoured the 26 matches that have already been played and can bring you the top five highest-rated performances of this World Cup.
***Spoiler Alert*** Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance against Spain ISN’T no.1.
Denis Cheryshev, Russia – 8.94
Talk about a substitute making an impact.
Cheryshev came on after 24 minutes and went on to score twice in a brilliant display for the Russians in the opening game.
He racked up 13 points and registered a shining rating of 8.94 with WhoScored.com – but surprisingly he wasn’t even Star Man in that game.
Ivan Rakitic, Croatia – 9.22
Against Argentina Rakitic showed the world what he hasn’t been allowed to do at Barcelona.
Passing, tackling, goal-clearances, scoring goals, you name it Rakitic did it.
Rakitic’s stunning display against the Argentinians was the first performance in this list which scored above nine as the Croatian bagged 13 points.
Jose Gimenez, Uruguay – 9.56
He kept a clean sheet, generally bossed Egypt’s attackers and then went up the other end and scored a last-minute winner from a corner.
It was a dominant display from 23-year-old Jose Gimenez and it laid the foundation for Uruguay to likely top Group A.
A rock at the back, Gimenez put in the third highest rated performance of the tournament so far with his 9.56.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – 9.83
Three goals, against Spain, in your first match of the World Cup 2018, everyone saying you are better than Lionel Messi… Ronaldo couldn’t have dreamt it better himself.
OK, the first one was a penalty, the second a dodgy error but the third was pure Ronaldo magic.
The rest of his game wasn’t bad either.
Ronaldo rocked the WhoScored.com richter scale with a whopping 9.83 and 28 points.
Backed it up with his fourth goal of the tournament against Morocco in his next game.
Aleksandr Golovin, Russia – 9.91
So, so close to the perfect 10.
Golovin was everything you would want from your midfield playmaker against Saudi Arabia.
He conducted the orchestra from the middle of the park and laid two goals on a plate for his teammates.
If that wasn’t enough he stepped up to curl home a stunning free-kick for Russia 5th goal.
It may be controversial but we’re going with Golovin over Ronaldo on this one.