The fourth edition of the FIFA 22 Team of the Week has been unveiled, with players across the globe rewarded for stellar international performances with a coveted in-form card in Ultimate Team.
Here, Sports Mole takes a closer look at which players earn a spot in the FIFA 22 Team of the Week 4 and the standout members of the in-forms.
Sadio Mane - 90
During his side's first contest with Namibia - which ended in a 4-1 victory - Mane scored a delightful solo goal before renewing hostilities with their African counterparts a few days later, during which he provided two assists in a 3-1 win.
The only player in this TOTW to achieve a 90+ rating, Mane has also earned a position change to a CAM, with stats of 92 pace, 90 dribbling and 84 shooting making him an exciting prospect in the hole or further forward.
Thomas Muller - 88
Tireless veteran Thomas Muller was simply unplayable over the international break, as the Bayern Munich man produced two stellar performances for Germany against Romania and North Macedonia in World Cup Qualifying.
After coming off the bench to complete his side's comeback with the winner against Romania, Muller made six key passes and claimed two assists in a 4-0 thrashing of North Macedonia as Germany booked their spot in next year's tournament in Qatar.
Another high-rated CAM in this TOTW, Muller's 69 pace is not all that enticing, but FUT fans will be tempted to take advantage of his 85 shooting and 84 passing with the right chemistry style to bump up his speed.
Memphis Depay - 86
Seeking to put Barcelona struggles to one side for the time being, Memphis Depay needed no second invitation to demonstrate his class on the international stage, firstly providing the assist for Davy Klaassen's decider against Latvia in a 1-0 win for the Netherlands.
Depay would then go on to have a hand in four of his side's six goals in their drubbing of Gibraltar - claiming two assists as well as two goals, including one from the penalty spot after a previous miss from 12 yards - and the attacker's tally in World Cup Qualifying now stands at nine goals and six assists from eight matches.
A well-rounded centre-forward card with stats of 85 dribbling, 84 shooting, 84 passing and 81 physical, Depay would certainly prove effective in a deeper role or as the focal point of attack, but many will feel that an 86-rated item should have been his normal card in the first place.
FIFA 22 TEAM OF THE WEEK