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Gameweek 375: Sorare MLS top performers

LA Galaxy and Inter Miami are rooted to the bottom of the Western and Eastern Conference tables respectively as MLS heads towards the halfway stage.

Montreal scored the only goal with Chinonso Offor’s strike enough for a 1-0 win over Phil Neville’s side, while 10-man Galaxy lost at home to Charlotte with Javier Hernandez shown a red card with five minutes to go.

FC Cincinnati picked up their fourth win on the bounce to remain five points clear of Nashville, who also won again, while just three points separate the top four in the Western Conference with Seattle back to winning ways but LAFC and St Louis keeping up the pressure while only FC Dallas dropped points.

Each week 101 Great Goals will look at the best performing players in each position in Sorare MLS to give you an insight into which players might be worth considering as we head into the next gameweek.


Jonathan Sirois - 94

Sirois had a strong game as Montreal overcame Inter Miami to condemn Neville’s side to a third straight loss, though it did not come easily. Sirois scored a season’s-best 94 on the day thanks to five saves - two of which were from inside the box - a claim from a cross, one punch, two diving saves and coming out to smother the ball at an attacker’s feet. It was a fine all-round effort from Sirois, who had enjoyed a good run of form recently with four successive scores of 74, 82, 64 and 60 before a couple of lower scores.

Sirois’ breakdown of Sorare points in the game was:

  • General: 0
  • Goalkeeping: 31
  • Possession: 2.6
  • Attack: 0
  • Decisive: 60


Daniel Lovitz - 99

The defender has been in great form for Nashville this season on Sorare. While he is susceptible to the occasional low score, he has returned scores of 63, 76, 68, 67 and 72 before this 99 in his last 10 GWs. With an L5 of 62 and L15 of 56 he is a reliable selection in what is an in-form Nashville side just five points behind Cincinnati but with the joint-best defensive record in MLS. His latest, highest score came thanks to his two assists in the 3-1 win over Columbus Crew. While they were his only assists so far this season, they came after moving to left-back and hints at a new role moving forward.

Lovitz’s breakdown of Sorare points in the game was:

  • General: 2
  • Defence: 9
  • Possession: 7
  • Attack: 11.5
  • Decisive: 70


Xherdan Shaqiri - 88

Shaqiri has been in and out of the Chicago Fire team so far this season, but has been enjoying a good run of form of late, culminating in a fine performance and score of 88 against New England. It was an end-to-end game with six goals shared evenly between the two sides, and Shaqiri laid on an assist in the midst of it to secure his best score of the season. It was only his second assist of the season, but after 14 goal involvements last season he can be expected to keep delivering.

Shaqiri’s breakdown of Sorare points in the game was:

  • General: 8
  • Defence: 0
  • Possession: 5
  • Attack: 11
  • Decisive: 60


Lorenzo Insigne - 91

Insigne had attracted some negative headlines in recent weeks following reports of a feud with Bob Bradley, but he did his talking on the pitch as Toronto returned to form with a 2-1 win over DC United. Insigne hasn’t had it all his own way since moving to MLS, but two assists showed his undoubted ability and already matched last season’s total. He is more than capable of bettering last season’s meagre total of six goals and has just one so far this season so could be one to watch out for.

Insigne’s breakdown of Sorare points in the game was:

  • General: 2
  • Defence: 0
  • Possession: -0.3
  • Attack: 19
  • Decisive: 70
Will Jackson

Will Jackson

Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media and latterly a PR manager within XL Media. Long-suffering Leeds United and Yorkshire fan delving deep into the world of Sorare

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