But where on earth is Heung-Min Son?
The Spurs forward was the hero of Wembley at the weekend, as Mauricio Pochettino’s side beat Huddersfield 2-0. The South Korean netted both goals in the game, but has been overlooked in the team picked the EA Sports boffins in place of Antonie Griezmann, Thomas Muller and Benfica hotshot Jonas.
Fair enough, I guess.
But the reliable striker isn’t even on the bench, which is taken up by Roma sensation Edin Dzeko – who notched twice against Napoli last week – and German veteran Mario Gomez.
Middlesbrough’s Patrick Bamford is there too, after his hat-trick against Leeds on Friday.
Of course, getting into the Team of the Week means you get a well-deserved ratings boost.
That includes Sane, who jumps from 82 to 86, while Ederson rises his from 83 to 87.
Griezmann – who’s potentially off to Barcelona in the summer – is up to 91, while Muller, who netted against Freiburg, is now a rather decent 89.
Still, we can’t help but feel a little sorry for Son.
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