With league and European action back under way some of Europe's brightest stars are finding their form again. This week's team has some of the best attacking players in Europe at the peak of their powers. Don't miss your chance to pick up some of these great players at higher ratings now!
The Brazilian goalkeeper made string of fantastic saves for Almeria against Racing Santander, despite keeping out 15 shots in the second half alone his Almeria lost 1-0.
Has improved very quickly under Harry Redknapp at Tottenham and is showing signs o becoming one of the most assured left backs in the league.
The tough tackling German put on a fine display to stifle a high flying Mainz side that has been excellent so far this season.
Put in a good defensive performance and scored a goal as Bilbao cruised to victory over Zaragoza.
Wreaked havoc against former club Newcastle scoring two fine goals, has been subject of much transfer speculation too.
Has been a revelation at Lazio this season and opened the scoring against Bari with a spectacular strike at the weekend.
The Argentine has been in a rich vein of form this season and his brace at the weekend was a real captain's performance, has now scored 28 goals in last 31 games.
The diminutive wide man showed his class with two great assists for PSG and was very unluky not score himself with a savage volley.
Took less than two minutes to open the scoring against Lille with a swerving 25 yard shot that left Lille goalkeeper Mickael Landreau stranded.
With Diego Milito out injured Eto'o has moved back to his preferred central position and is enjoying something of a resurgence. Silenced the deplorable chants at Cagliari with a fine goal.
Has scored four goals in two games for Bayern and is re-establishing himself in the first team after a rocky patch at the end of last season, his late goal gave Bayern the winner in Group E's match against CFR Cluj.