FIFA 22 Ultimate Team players have been eagerly anticipating the release of the sixth instalment of the Team of the Week, with players from across the globe seeing their stats boosted following stellar displays in their respective leagues.
Here, Sports Mole takes a closer look at the standout performers to make the cut this week as well all of the players to have been rewarded with a coveted in-form card.
Mohamed Salah - 91
What else is there to say about Mohamed Salah? Scoring goals for fun and breaking records like there is no tomorrow, Liverpool's irrepressible wing king made sure he was the talk of the town at Old Trafford last weekend.
Scoring three and setting up one of Liverpool's five goals in their drubbing of Manchester United, Salah has now found the back of the net in 10 consecutive games for Liverpool across all tournaments as he continues to stake his claim at the best of the best.
Boasting an incredibly tasty 91-rated in-form - his second TOTW card of the year already - with 92 pace, 92 dribbling and 90 shooting, one would consider themselves incredibly fortunate to have Salah lining up in their team, be it virtual or real-life.
Mason Mount - 85
A hat-trick at home to Norwich City may not carry as much significance as one at Old Trafford does, but Mason Mount will not care, as the Chelsea starlet continues to prove his worth as one of Thomas Tuchel's indispensable squad members.
After taking just eight minutes to break the deadlock against the Canaries, Mount would add his side's sixth and seventh goals of the day during the dying embers of the battle, while also setting up Reece James's effort in front of the home crowd.
Moved from a CAM to a RF for TOTW 6, Mount's 86 passing, 85 dribbling and 81 shooting would make him an attractive prospect for a Premier League FUT, but a rather disappointing 77 pace is not ideal for those seeking out wide options.
David Alaba - 86
Already proving to be an astute acquisition for Real Madrid, David Alaba endeared himself to the Blancos faithful in the perfect way last weekend - scoring against Barcelona in El Clasico.
With 32 minutes gone, Alaba finished off a sweeping counter-attack with a peach of a strike for his first Real Madrid goal, while he also won both of his ground duels and posted a 92% pass accuracy in that 2-1 win at Camp Nou.
The Austrian has just missed out on being a coveted 80+ pace centre-back, but with 85 defending, 83 passing, 82 dribbling and 80 physical, Alaba's traits could certainly come in useful anywhere across the backline or further up the field.
FIFA 22 TEAM OF THE WEEK