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FedEx Performance Zone: Politano scaling heights

Sassuolo midfielder Matteo Politano has moved into the top ten in the official UEFA Europa League form tracker as we check out the latest standings in the run-up to matchday three.

Matteo Politano celebrates scoring against Milan
Matteo Politano celebrates scoring against Milan ©Getty Images

The official UEFA Europa League form tracker follows the players in domestic competition too; check out the big movers in recent days in the FedEx Performance Zone.

6: Matteo Politano (Sassuolo)
The Sassuolo midfielder moved up to sixth with an impressive display in his side's wild Serie A 4-3 defeat to Milan. He scored Sassuolo's first and produced two shots on goal, three crosses and two dribbles while 15 of his 26 completed passes came in the final third. He also chipped in with five defensive actions.

Roma's Mohamed Salah
Roma's Mohamed Salah©AFP/Getty Images

18: Mohamed Salah (Roma)
Following his goal against Astra in the UEFA Europa League, Salah produced an exceptional attacking display to help Roma beat Inter 2-1 in Serie A. The Egyptian did everything but score as he missed two big chances – hitting the woodwork with one of them – and created four more for team-mates.

21: Daniel Wass (Celta)
Celta followed up their matchday two defeat of Panathinaikos with an outstanding 4-3 Liga victory over Barcelona. Danish midfielder Daniel Wass was a key performer, with two chances created, five aerial duels won, three tackles won, three clearances and three crosses for team-mates.

31: Éver Banega (Inter)
Inter lost to Roma but attacking midfielder Banega was not to blame. Along with his goal, he hit the woodwork and created three chances for team-mates. He had another four attempts at goal, produced seven crosses for team-mates, had five dribbles and won four corners.

Nice's Ricardo
Nice's Ricardo©AFP/Getty Images

40: Ricardo (Nice)
The Portuguese defender moved up to second in the full-backs ranking after the 2-1 win against Lorient. A constant threat, he opened the scoring, created two excellent chances and produced four crosses. He had an 85% pass-completion rate, and was strong defensively: four interceptions, four tackles and three clearances.

112: Brad Jones (Feyenoord)
The Australian moved up to sixth in the goalkeepers list with his shut-out for Feyenoord against Willem II. He was instrumental in keeping a clean sheet, making four saves, four high claims, three clearances and two punches in Feyenoord's 2-0 away win.