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BeSoccer's La Liga Team of the Week - Gameweek 34

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BeSoccer's La Liga Team of the Week - Gameweek 34

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With both Barcelona and Real Madrid's fixtures rescheduled, it's time for some of La Liga's lesser known stars to shine in our Team of the Week for gameday 34.

GK: Pau Lopez (Espanyol)

Lopez's top drawer saves ensured Espanyol left Girona with all three points. His defiant display between the sticks saw him rewarded with a clean sheet.

RB: Martin Aguirregabiria (Alaves)

Aguirregabiria flew up and down the right flank against Las Palmas and put it on a plate for Sobrino to score with a perfect assist late in the game.

CB: Marc Bartra (Real Betis)

Ever since the Catalan arrived at Betis, the defence has looked a lot more rigid. He stood out once again for his side at the Wanda Metropolitana against Atletico Madrid.

LB: Diego Rico (Leganes)

One of the most attacking full-backs in the league, Rico unleashed a thunderous strike against Deportivo that will go down as one of the goal's of the season.

CM: Sergi Darder (Espanyol)

Darder pulled the strings during Espanyol's victory against Girona. With two stunning assists for Gerard Moreno's brace, the midfielder was unplayable.

CM: Oghenekaro Etebo (Las Palmas)

Despite his side losing 4-0, Etebo never gave up. Thanks to his performance, Las Palmas avoided total humiliation.

CM: Raul Garcia (Athletic Bilbao)

Raul Garcia put his side ahead after eight minutes and fought valiantly throughout the tie only to see Bilbao defeated 3-1 at the hands of Levante.

LM: Enis Bardhi (Levante)

Levante produced a stunning comeback performance orchestrated by the Macedonian. In the space of two minutes, Bardhi flipped the score on it's head with two set-piece goals.

RM: Jose Luis Morales (Levante)

Yet another stand-out display from Morales against Bilbao. In the final minutes of the tie, the captain channelled his inner Lionel Messi to put the game to bed.

ST: Gerard Moreno (Espanyol)

With his two goals against Girona, Moreno's statistics show he has scored half of his side's goals all season. Two precious finishes were enough to give Girona all three points.

ST: Munir (Alaves)

A man in flying form, Munir showed no signs of slowing down against Las Palmas. With a brace, he was integral in his side's thumping 4-0 victory.

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