Definitive ranking of the power of European 90 minutes players 2020/21: Week 15

Very well well. What a week it has been.

Liverpool, Real Madrid and Tottenham are bad, Manchester United are really good, and Barcelona can only be good after 75 minutes of being bad. Basically, everything is still as wild as the whole season.

To try to figure all this out, we’ll need a little help from the Golden Globe nominees to rank the top 15 players in Europe.

Bologna FC v AC Milan - Serie A
Ibrahimovic goal is not there | MB Media / Getty Images

“The second you fall asleep, it all comes back to the beginning.” (Palm Springs)

A week off for Ibrahimovic.

He went scoreless against Bologna and hasn’t managed to score again in his last two Serie A starts, having scored in his last six.

Andre Silva
Silva is in the form of her life | Alex Grimm / Getty Images

“Very pleasant!” (Next movie Borat)

With so many big names to face in the Bundesliga rankings, Silva is doing everything possible to stand out.

The Frankfurt man is now second, with 16 goals in 18 games, and he currently has seven goals in his last four outings. Very pleasant.

Mbappe has had a mixed week | FRANCK FIFE / Getty Images

“Do not worry. You will succeed. And you will have plenty of time to go. ” (The personal story of David Copperfield)

Last week was a real race for Mbappe and PSG.

The Frenchman went scoreless as his side were stunned 3-2 by Lorient, but he made up for it by finding the back of the net against Nimes days later.

Kramaric scores goals again | GUENTER SCHIFFMANN / Getty Images

“One of the things I love most about this life is that there is no final farewell. You know, I’ve met hundreds of people here and I never say a final goodbye. I always just say, ‘I’ll see you later. And I do. And whether it’s a month, a year or sometimes years, I see them again. ”(Nomadland)

Oh hey, Kramaric. It has been a long time.

An early leader in the table, Kramaric’s form has fallen after a positive COVID-19 test, but five goals in his last three games show he’s back and he’s serious.

Bruno Fernandes
Fernandes has regained his rhythm | Chloe Knott – Danehouse / Getty Images

“Hi. A coffee, hold the spit. ” (Promising young woman)

The disrespect put on Fernandes’ name just because of a handful of disappointing performances was wild.

He was back at his best this week scoring one goal and two assists to lead Manchester United to a record 9-0 win over Southampton.

Georgios Giakoumakis
Giakoumakis is Eredivisie’s top scorer | Soccrates Images / Getty Images

“There is no place to be but inside.” (The Chicago Trial 7)

Again this week, Giakoumakis extended his lead in the Eredivisie scorecard to ten with another strike for VVV-Venlo.

With 21 goals in 20 games this season, no one in the Dutch league even comes close to him yet.

Lionel messi
Messi was on another planet against Granada | Fran Santiago / Getty Images

“A distraction is momentary. An escape helps you heal. ” (The Prom)

After the controversy over his red card and record-breaking contract, Messi needed a big week to prove his worth at Barcelona, ​​and boy did he deliver.

A goal against Athletic was good, but his 11/10 performance against Granada was something else. He might only have walked away with one assist, but if you’ve ever wondered how a footballer can be worth £ 492million, just go watch this game.

Joshua Kimmich
Kimmich was exceptional again | Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Images

“Isn’t Guy amazing? It gives me a funny feeling. As if I had butterflies in my stomach. Not just the ones I ate for lunch, but like the other butterflies. (The Croods: A New Age)

Isn’t Kimmich amazing?

The most complete footballer on the planet, Kimmich collected another assist this week to bring his season tally to ten, helping Bayern Munich avenge the 4-1 loss to Hoffenheim earlier in the season with a 4-1 victory. -1.

Erling Haaland
Haaland marked and created | Pool / Getty Images

“There is a golden age to come when everyone will be a stage, and you, maybe, their Shakespeare.” (Mank)

Haaland is not far from being the Shakespeare of this age.

A pass against Augsburg. A goal and an assist against Paderborn. Two wins for Borussia Dortmund. What more could you want?

Luis Suarez
Suarez tore Cadiz apart | Fran Santiago / Getty Images

“You know, it’s been going on for a while. Strange things are happening around us. ” (The father)

It has been a strange season for Suarez. He was inexplicably given the boot by Barcelona and forced to score goals for rival Atletico Madrid, but he looks as focused as ever.

Two goals against Cadiz, including a free-kick stopper to open the scoring, means Suarez is now five of his last three games.

Thomas mueller
Muller wears his shooting boots | Lars Baron / Getty Images

“Can you see what no one sees?” (On the moon)

The man with a vision like no one else was given a few weeks off to help. Instead, Muller focused on scoring instead.

After beating Schalke last week, Muller added another against Hoffenheim, and he now has ten goals and ten assists in the Bundesliga this season.

Ciro Immobile
Immobile become a creator | Emilio Andreoli / Getty Images

“A. One. Two. You-know-what-to-do. ” (Ma Rainey’s black background)

Immobile knows exactly what to do when he finds himself in the penalty area.

This week, instead of scoring himself, Immobile was kind enough to set up striking partner Joaquin Correa to help Lazio to a 3-1 victory over Atalanta.

Romelu Lukaku
Lukaku took his goals well | Marco Luzzani / Getty Images

“I was born to play.” (Soul)

Born to score goals, Lukaku wasn’t around to mess around this week.

While Lautaro Martinez could have been the star of the series in Inter’s 4-0 win over Benevento, Lukaku grabbed the headlines with two finishes made up to keep himself in the race for the top scorer of Serie A, one behind …

Cristiano Ronaldo
Ronaldo was in good shape | Alessandro Sabattini / Getty Images

“I hope there is some magic left in you.” (Forward)

No longer having a controversial ski vacation to distract himself, Ronaldo once again unleashed the magic to lead Juventus past Inter in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final.

With his side a goal down, Ronaldo equalized with an emphatic penalty, before forcing a comedic defensive error to strike home with the winner.

Robert lewandowski
Lewandowski is on a tear | Adam Pretty / Getty Images

“Ladies and gentlemen, this is your king.” (Hamilton)

It just gets a little silly at this point.

Lewandowski had another goal (and an assist) in the win over Hoffenheim, and he’s now scored in each of his last nine games. 24 goals in just 18 games this year.

How? ‘Or’ What?

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