Roma's Edin Džeko, despite not scoring, and Zenit match winner Aleksandr Kokorin muscled their way into the top five of the FedEx Performance Zone rankings at the weekend.
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The official UEFA Europa League form tracker follows the players in domestic matches too – check out the big movers in the FedEx Performance Zone rankings following a busy weekend of action.
4th: Edin Džeko (Roma)
The Bosnia and Herzegovina forward jumped three places thanks to his solid all-round display in the Giallorossi's 0-0 draw at Empoli on Sunday. Džeko was Roma's main threat with five attempts on goal and also a constant danger in the air, winning ten aerials duels.
5th: Aleksandr Kokorin (Zenit)
Another striker surged into the top five this weekend as the Zenit attacker scored the winner against Tom Tomsk. Along with his goal, he created three chances for team-mates and produced three crosses.
14th: Raphael Holzhauser (Austria Wien)
Austria Wien registered a 2-0 win against Bundesliga leaders Sturm Graz on Sunday that was in no small part down to Holzhauser. He converted a penalty and then provided an assist for the second, yet his all-round display was outstanding. Only seven of his 83 passes were misplaced and he was always looking to create, delivering ten crosses and fashioning three more opportunities.
24th: Wylan Cyprien (Nice)
The midfielder rocketed 23 places courtesy of his two goals in a 4-1 victory against Nantes on Sunday. He had five attempts on goal, conjured another opening for a team-mate and found the target with 47 of his 55 passes. Interestingly, just one of his passes came in the final third.
25th: Raul García (Athletic)
An inspired showing by the Athletic midfielder helped his side claim a draw in the Basque derby with Osasuna. He assisted his team in recovering the ball on four occasions, won an impressive seven aerials duels, contributed offensively with five crosses and scored the equaliser in a 1-1 draw. He rose 26 places as a result.