The 2019/20 season has not officially ended but has been postponed due to COVID-19 – its continuation – it should be restarted – to test the rest of the fixtures it will almost feel like a new mini-promotion
As such, it seems only fair to recognize players who have performed admirably during general promotions.
We’re putting it together Team Tu Dal For the top five leagues in Europe.
In this edition, we have selected 22 of the best performing players in La Liga and with your help we have shortened it to the best XI.
Using the poll in our Instagram Store, we pit players against each other in each position and let you decide who is eligible.
Lionel Messi made this cut naturally, but he has four Real Madrid players in our XI and two of them alongside Loni.
Follow us Instagram page Get involved. Here’s a look at our season’s La Liga team:
GK: Jan Obalak (Atletico Madrid)
Thibaut Courtois may have had the cleanest sheet this season, but maintaining his impeccable highs and keeping him safe is not enough, with Jan Obalak as the top goalkeeper in La Liga. In addition to being an extraordinary shot-stopper, it is his reliability and impeccable position that sets the Slovenian apart. The post has 11 clear sheets in his name and in addition to a miraculous save in the Levant in January, one of the many confirms that he still has the gold standard.
Arabic: Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid)
Offensively, Jesus Navas has been the most threatening this season, but Dani Carvajal’s consistent and balanced performance means he deserves to be included. His 14 blocked crosses are the most on the right-back, while he has five assists which is second among defenders. He was the mainstay of Madrid’s solid defense.
CB: Rafael Baran (Real Madrid)
He does not match his central defensive partner Sergio Ramos for defensive activities such as tackling and intervening, but arguably the biggest reason for Madrid’s defensive excellence in Rafael Baran. He compliments Ramos brilliantly, plugs the gaps and removes the danger behind the captain. The French player made all the difference between the game and the composer’s reading.
CB: Clement Langelt (Barcelona)
Much like Baran, Climate Langelt has brought out his more celebrated center-back partner this season. Gerard Pique, still playing at a great level, has not escaped a few obvious flaws in this position. Langlett, on the other hand, was more stable than the duo and also greatly influenced Barcelona’s build-up game. He boasts a maximum ball progression of 6.18 meters per minute.
LB: Sergio Regilon (Sevilla)
Sevilla’s most offensive motivation came from the campaign’s advanced full back, and Sergio Regilon reduced the left side with an on from Madrid. In his time left-back, Estadio Raman Sanchez has recorded four assists and one goal in Pizjuan. He whipped the post with 119 crosses, the third highest in the league.
CM: Casimiro (Real Madrid)
Madrid have always been revered for their unforgettable offensive talent, but it is a defensive midfielder who is the first name to be reasonably on the team sheet for Zinedine Zidane. Casimiro is one of the best anchormen in the game and gives Madrid a balanced balance. Midfield options at the Santiago Bernabeu feature Luka Modric, Tony Cross and Isco, but the Brazilians are at the forefront in terms of irony. With three goals and two assists, this position has League-High 201 interception, which is why it is easy to see.
CM: Santi Kazorla (Viral)
The story of a great return has received another chapter as Santi Cazorla continues to pay dividends back to Villarreal home. The former Arsenal midfielder is in great form for the Yellow Submarine, pulling strings in the middle of the park. Playmaker passes an average of 2.3 keys per game, only Messi gets the average.
RW: Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
His great season on the Barcelona shirt is rare but he is still the least surprising inclusion. The Catalans may not be their best but that is why they are still at the top of the table. With 19 goals and 12 assists, he is by far the top scorer and supplier in the division. He is also the first in shots, dribbles and key passes in every game. He must miss some competition [aka Cristiano Ronaldo].
Cam: Martin Odegaard (Real Sociedad)
That means another promising spell for Martin Odegard Real Madrid should be interested in including them in the first team Next season, Real Sociedad nonetheless expects options for a second season to take out a loan. With four goals and five assists in La Liga, the Norwegians are a standout performer for La Real, competing for their Champions League. The young playmaker has an average of 2.3 key passes per game, which is only better by Messi’s 2.5. The Argentine icon is also the only player to beat him for a deep finish  And smart pass .
LW: Lucas Ocampos (Sevilla)
Lucas Ocampos was instrumental in filling the vacancy left by French striker Wissam Ben Yedder in Monaco in the summer – and he did it on the left. He netted 10 times this season and provided two assists, he has risen to the mantle as the top scorer for him. He also finished third in the league for dribbles with 116.
ST: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
Strongly established as a launchpin in the Madrid attack, Karim Benzema has led from the front this season. With 14 goals and 16 assists, he is the one who came to Messi. If the Frenchman is actually ‘Formula One’, he is still running like the No. 2 driver. A ruthless streak in front of the goal did not manifest itself in Ronaldo’s absence and he needs, like Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale, to spend more time on the pitch to really take Madrid forward. In terms of link-up play, he was great.
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