As we head towards March, the biggest football leagues around Europe are quickly approaching the final stages of the campaign. Both the Champions League and Europa League have also recently kicked into full gear, and it is now time for the best players in Europe to step up for their respective clubs.
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In light of this, it is now tougher than ever for footballers to make FIFA's annual Team of the Week. Nevertheless, over the past seven days, a number of players have stood out from the pack, and here we will look at the four players that should headline this weeks FIFA Team of the Week.
Goalkeeper: Alisson - Liverpool
Liverpool's trip to Manchester United was eagerly awaited by Premier League fans, although few expected Alisson to be the busier of the two goalkeepers. While this was mainly due to Liverpool's toothless attack, Alisson still managed to produce a stunning save that prevented Jesse Lingard from giving United a first-half lead.
In all, Alisson only faced three shots on target, although his stop from Lingard ensured that Jurgen Klopp's side returned to the top of the league. The clean sheet was also Alisson's 15th of the season, and the Brazilian is likely to see at least a one or two point increase over his base 87 rated card.
Defender: Layvin Kurzawa - PSG
Since joining PSG back in 2015, Layvin Kurzawa has struggled to hold down a regular starting place. Nevertheless, the 26-year-old has recently hit a purple patch of form, and during PSG's 5-1 midweek win over Montpellier, Kurzawa scored once while adding two assists.
The French fullback also impressed during PSG's weekend victory over Nimes, and Kurzawa is likely to make the FIFA Team of the Week for the first time this season. The PSG star's base rating is 79, although this is likely to jump to at least 82 on Wednesday.