Eredivisie Team Of The Week: Round 31

Goal.com’s Stefan Coerts runs the rule over the best performers of matchday 31...
Formation: 4-2-3-1

Goalkeeper:

Gino Coutinho (ADO Den Haag): In only his second appearance of the season, Coutinho played a major role in his side's 2-0 away win against Utrecht. The former PSV starlet made a number of superb saves and always looked comfortable between the sticks.

Defenders:

Dustley Mulder (RKC): Mulder was never really troubled in his defensive duties against Vitesse and made several dangerous runs going forward. The full-back capped an outstanding performance with a goal in the second half.

Peter Wisgerhof (Twente): The experienced defender was one again solid as a rock at the back for Twente. Wisgerhof won the majority of his duels and has every reason to be satisfied with his outing against Heerenveen,

Andreas Granqvist (Groningen): Granqvist has been his side's best defender and was once again in great form this weekend. The Swedish centre-back led by example at the back and showed some good passing to build up play for Groningen.

Bram Nuytinck (NEC): Nuytinck faced a tough task to man mark in-form AZ attacker Jeremain Lens, but the young defender put in a man of the match performance to prove his coach right for fielding him. The full-back was simply outstanding in the scoreless draw between AZ and NEC.

Holding Midfielders:

Karim el Ahmadi (Feyenoord): The Moroccan midfielder never stopped running in Feyenoord's 0-0 draw against PSV. El Ahmadi made some important interventions and provided his back four with excellent cover whenever needed.

Karim el Ahmadi

Karim el Ahmadi - Feyenoord| in superb form against PSV

Danny Buijs (ADO Den Haag):
The versatile midfielder was watched by Derby County scouts on Sunday and used the opportunity to put in an impressive performance. Buijs scored once, bullied his opponents all over the pitch and made some strong tackles.

Attacking Midfielders:

Luis Suarez (Ajax): The Ajax attacker was once again in superb form for the Godenzonen. Suarez netted a hat-trick before the break to help his side to an impressive 7-0 home win against VVV and has now scored 32 goals in this Eredivisie campaign.

Thomas Enevoldsen (Groningen): Enevoldsen needed only 45 seconds to gift Groningen the lead in their 4-0 home win against Willem II. Provided the assist for Leandro Bacuna's goal later on and was a major threat all game long with his dangerous crosses.

Derk Boerrigter (RKC): The young attacker was his side's biggest threat in their 4-1 win against Vitesse and capped a superb outing with a goal in the first half. It appears unlikely that Boerrigter will stay at RKC beyond this season if he continues to showcase his excellent form.

Striker:

Marko Pantelic (Ajax): The Serbian international has had his fair share of criticism in the past couple of weeks, but Pantelic was without a doubt the man of the match in Ajax's thrashing of VVV. The former Hertha star scored a hat-trick and set up one more.

Coutinho

D. Mulder Wisgerhof Granqvist Nuytinck

El Ahmadi Buijs

Suarez Enevoldsen Boerrigter

Pantelic

Honorable Mentions: Georginio Wijnaldum (Feyenoord), Cheick Tiote, Blaise N'Kufo (Twente), Edouard Duplan (Sparta), Bas Dost (Heracles), Tim Matavz, Koen van der Laak, Nicklas Pedersen (Groningen), all Ajax players (Ajax)

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