The La Liga Santander has given the football world back-to-back fixtures and as usual, here is the team of the week lined up in a 4-4-2 formation.
Fernando Pacheco (Alavés) Goalkeeper
At Estadio de Mendizorroza, Alavés settled a goalless draw against Sevilla, and one of the top performance that day was Pacheco who kept a clean sheet and denied Sevilla on 4-occasions.
Jules Kounde (Sevilla) Center back
At the backline of Sevilla's defense was the Frenchman. He made quite several clearances (6) and kept a clean sheet for his side in a goalless draw against Alaves.
Leandro Cabrera (Espanyol) Center back
Espanyol broke their winless streak dreadlock in 8-games against Getafe on Saturday, and Cabrera delivered on his end with a magnificent goal to seal a double at home.
Jordi Alba (Barcelona) Fullback
Alba made himself known again against Elche as he came through for Barca with an assist and 4-key passes in 2-1 comeback win.
Daniel Carvajal (Real Madrid) Fullback
After conceding in the 10th minute, Madrid loaded Sociedad four goals and Carvajal was quite brilliant for his side as he came through with an assist and some tackles.
Oussama Idrissi (Cadiz) Midfield
Sevilla loanee was such a performer for Cadiz against Rayo Vallecano as he got a goal and an assist to bring his team inches closer to relegation survival.
Carlos Soler (Valencia) Midfield
Valencia's victory against Granada was aligned with Soler. The 25-year-old controlled his side midfield with a goal and two assists in a 3-1 victory.
Luka Modric (Real Madrid) Midfield
The Croatian presence was felt once again at the Santiago Bernabeu over the week as he came up with a goal and an assist against Sociedad in a 4-1 win.
Alex Berenguer (Athletic Club) Midfield
Started on the right flank of Athletic Club midfield, Alex was his side inspirational as he came up with two assists, 5-key passes, and 3-created chances to thrash Levante at home.
Joao Felix (Atletico Madrid) Forward
Joao Felix was very satiable against Real Betis at Benito Villamarin Stadium as he directly involved twice of Atlético's three goals scored to solidify his side's top-4 position.
Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo) Forward
Mallorca's back force couldn't stand Aspas over the week as he swindled his way past through with a brace and an assist along with some key passes to put Celta Vigo halfway on the league table.
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