Monday, 20 April 2015

Togga's Perfect XI Weekly Mobile Game

In a massive divergence from my recent missives on red card, midfielders playing out of position and reserve goalkeepers - I'm writing today about Togga's Perfect XI. This week the Perfect XI - the best 4-4-2 based on the advance statistics scored in Togga's weekly game - was a remarkable collection of standout players from unglamorous sides battling relegation, standout players finally coming good and Tom Heaton.

Heaton posted a phenomenal stat line in the Clarets' disappointing loss to Everton. He conceded a single goal, but not before he saved Ross Barkley's penalty attempt. He collected seven saves in total and even sent one long ball through for a chance created. His 25 points were level-fourth for most of any player in GW33 and bested every single forward.

Speaking of the forwards - ahead of kickoff, few would have predicted the dynamic duo of Jamie Vardy and Arouna Kone posting the weekends highest point totals for forwards. Just nipping Sergio Aguero (18 points), the Toffees forward created four chances including an assist and posted a respectable 21 points.

Of course, there's one in every crowd and in gameweek 33 it was Adam Wilkinson who selected not only Jamie Vardy - the Foxes forward cum midfielder - who led all forwards this weekend with 24 points, but also Leighton Baines. Baines 31 points were the best of the weekend and, truthfully, could have been significantly higher if he were back on spot-kick duties. For his troubles and as a testament to his vision, Mr. Wilkinson's top score for the weekend wins him a kit courtesy of

To play Perfect XI from anywhere, download the App, available here.