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Gameweek 389: Sorare MLS top performers

LAFC were unable to capitalise on the midweek win over Western Conference leaders St Louis, dropping more points away at Minnesota to remain four points adrift in the table with one win in five.

Their 3-0 win over St Louis on Thursday had closed the gap to two points but the 1-1 draw and St Louis’ 3-0 win over Inter Miami means the gap is back to four, with Real Salt Lake also on 37 points thanks to a 3-1 win over New York RB.

FC Cincinnati remain eight points clear in the Eastern Conference as the top three all won for the second game in a row, the leaders seeing off Nashville 3-1 with Luciano Acosta on the scoresheet to continue his good form.

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.

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Roman Burki – 79

Burki had a poor game in the defeat to LAFC, returning a score of just 8, but he bounced back against Inter Miami. Having scored 61, 76 and 73 in his three games prior, the return against LAFC was a departure from his usual consistent high scoring but he got back to his best in GW 389 with a score of 79. His three saves – including two from inside the box – made for another impressive score and even though his distribution resulted in a deduction of points, his overall total of 79 was the best among keepers in MLS.

  • General: 0
  • Goalkeeping: 18
  • Possession: -0.6
  • Attack: 2
  • Decisive: 60


Miguel Navarro – 100

Navarro is one of the more unheralded MLS defenders, but if his recent scores are anything to go by then the Chicago Fire full-back could soon be on the shortlists of many managers looking for a bargain. His perfect score of 100 against Toronto was thanks to an assist for the decisive goal – his third assist of the season. It continued his run of form that has seen scores of 70, 71 and now 100 in three successive weeks.

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

  • General: 14
  • Defence: 11
  • Possession: 23.7
  • Attack: 8.5
  • Decisive: 60


Emanuel Reynoso – 100

Minnesota were the disruptors as they held LAFC to a 1-1 draw at home, with Reynoso scoring the equaliser shortly after Carlos Vela had opened the scoring in the first half. The attacker has been in brilliant form since returning from injury with an L5 average score of 82 in his last five matches, including the perfect score this gameweek. Prior to that, he had scores of 87, 85, 73 and 66 thanks to four goals and an assist in that time.

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

  • General: 2
  • Defence: 1
  • Possession: 1.6
  • Attack: 45.5
  • Decisive: 60


Jefferson Savarino – 81

Salt Lake striker Savarino missed the GW 388 draw with Sporting KC but he was back in the XI against New York RB and netted for the second game in a row while also adding an assist in for good measure – taking him to six goals and three assists so far this season, playing from wide right.

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

  • General: 0
  • Defence: 0
  • Possession: -0.7
  • Attack: 11.5
  • Decisive: 70


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Will Jackson

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