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BeSoccer's La Liga XI for Matchday 15 (2019-20 season)

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BeSoccer's La Liga XI for Matchday 15 (2019-20 season)

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Matchday 15 of La Liga 2019-20 has concluded and we at BeSoccer have chosen our best XI. This would be our starting XI based on last weekend's fixtures.

Goalkeeper: Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Barcelona)

Key in Barca's victory at the Wanda Metropolitano. Ter Stegen, the best player in the first half, is continuing to be consistent which has made him the second most important player in Valverde's team.

Defender: Leandro Cabrera (Getafe)

Cabrera was not alongside Djene this time, but with Etxeita. He was still as reliable at the back despite suffering a little in the first behind. In addition, the Getafe defender showed his quality in attack to score the most important goal, the first one.

Defender: Diego Carlos (Sevilla)

If we talk about physique, Diego Carlos deserves his own section. He is rock solid at the back for Sevilla. He scored the winning goal and received a standing ovation from the crowd at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. 

Defender: Inigo Martinez (Athletic)

As well as the good squad Gaizka Garitano has formed, Inigo Martinez has become good at the back for Athletic. Rock solid defence which prevented Granada from fighting back in the second half at San Mames. 

Midfielder: Zambo Anguissa (Villarreal)

Because of Cazorla's absence through injury, Anguissa was the organiser and the creator. It was his best performance for Villarreal despite the defeat. He also scored a fantastic goal. 

Midfielder: Jon Moncayola (Osasuna)

Moncayola came on at the hour mark at the RCDE Stadium and he was one of the best for Osasuna. He scored a high quality goal and made his team defend their lead comfortably despite being one man down. 

Midfielder: Martin Odegaard (Real Sociedad)

It is no longer surprising that the Norwegian is in the XI. Odegaard helped Real Sociedad thrash Eibar. He scored a fantastic gola and has extraordinary quality. 

Midfielder: Nabil Fekir (Betis)

Leader in Betis' victory at Son Moix, Fekir won a penalty which put Betis in front and highlighted his great game with a perfect counterattack and an unstoppable left footed strike. 

Midfielder: Ferran Torres (Valencia)

The Valencia academy player is Celades surprise package this season. He is having more and more protagonism. In the derby against Villarreal, Ferran Torres scored the winner. 

Striker: Leo Messi (Barcelona)

Messi once again won it for Barca. The Argentine did not appear much in the top fixture, but everytime he touched the ball, he either made the Wanda crowd tremble with fear or score the winner for Barca. How many times have we said that before?

Striker: Chimy Avila (Osasuna)

And to close, just like Messi, Avila is from Rosario, Argentina. Avila has as much perseverance as Messi does quality. This weekend he scored a goal and won a penalty.



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