These are compiled trending statistics on Saturday in Europe's top leagues courtesy of sofascore.
1. AC Milan
The gatekeepers of Serie A, AC Milan once again did what of expected of them offload two goals past Atalanta at home as the remains title favorites with two points in a gap and bragging rights of 15 games unbeaten.
Made his 9th league appearance for Barcelona, Mingueza's performance was highly recognized as one of the best, kept balance at the back with exquisite passes of 154 (96.1%) - the most today.
Out of Leicester's five goals scored, the trio had their fair share in it involving at least twice the goals. Barnes got a brace and an assist, Vardy also with a brace, and Maddison on the hook with a goal and two assists.
4. Lautaro Martinez
Keeping AC Milan on their toes, the Argentine had his way through Cagliari's defense with a brace, his third so far in the competition.
5. Yvon Mvogo
The 27-year-old PSV shot-stopper emerged as the goalkeeper with the most saves of 11 in Europe's top-flight today in his 8th league debut.
6. Lukasz Fabianski
On this day, the Polish shot-stopper saved half of the penalties he has faced this season (3) making him the most successful penalty stopper in the Premier League.
7. Fredrik Midtsjo
The Norwegian who plays with AZ Alkmaar in the Eredivisie division in the Netherlands emerged as the most successful dribble today (9) in Europe's top-flight leagues.
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