Sorry this week's roundup is a little late, it was a pretty busy weekend with work and I'm just now getting back to some semblance of normality. It's taken me a bit to watch all of the archived games, but now that I've seen all that I can I'll get you up to date on what's been going on. So on to the good stuff...
- Kevin De Bruyne - De Bruyne called out his teammates a few weeks ago for several extremely lackluster performances, and since then he's been absolutely phenominal. After a man of the match type performance a week ago, De Bruyne was again probably the most influential player on the pitch as Genk defeated Club Brugge 3-0. De Bruyne had an assist in the victory and was generally a nightmare for the Brugge defense all afternoon. Well done Kevin, keep up the great work.
- Gael Kakuta - Like De Bruyne, Kakuta was coming off of a fantastic week for our previous report. He again got the start, but this was a bit of a quieter game for Kakuta. He again played as a left attacking midfielder, but this week Ajaccio seemed to focus on taking away the left flank. The results were a far quieter game than normal for the Frenchman, although his passing numbers did look good due to having less opportunity to force the issue. Games like these will be a real test for Gael as he'll really have to learn to impact the game in spurts when defenses play like this.
- Ulises Davila - While we're talking attackers, we may as well touch on the young Mexican. Davila was excellent for the Vitesse reserves midweek, scoring their first and assisting on a pair. He was again left off of the senior bench though as he was released to national team duty early.
Quite a few of to these guys are in action again midweek, so I'll try to get an international recap up prior to the weekend's game. Enjoy the break, this weekend should be another fun one.