Premier League Fantasy Football Boots 2011/12: Week 6

Wednesday afternoon can only mean one thing: it’s Sport-locker.net Premier League Fantasy Football Boots results time!

As a little reminder for you…

Each week, Sport-locker.net will keep a running table of which boots are scoring the most goals and which are making the most assists as well as collating the two to reveal the Premier League’s most prolific and most creative football boot.

Three points will be rewarded for each goal scored while there is one on offer for every assist.

And it was a return to some sort of normality in the Premier League, with recent Sunday League scorelines seemingly becoming things of the past!

Yet there were a couple of football boots that scored massive points.

Firstly, the Nike CTR360 II racked up an impressive 28 points with nine goals and one assist – with unlikely goalscorers Ramires, Alex Song, Ashley Williams, James Milner, Kieron Richardson and Leon Barnett joining more recognised marksmen Rafael Van der Vaart and Mario Balotelli on the scoresheet.

It was another stonking weekend for the adidas f50 adizero which is clearly the runaway leader at the moment.

A Demba Ba hat-trick, along with goals from Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez, David ‘Junior’ Hoilett and Barry Bannan (as well as 7 assists) helped the speed boot to an equally impressive 28 point total.

Chelsea got back to winning ways on Saturday, and it was a great afternoon for Nike at Stamford Bridge. So much so, that it was a complete clean sweep!

Juan Mata (wearing Vapor) set up Fernando Torres (T90 Laser IV) for the opener, before Ashley Cole (Tiempo) found Ramires (CTR360 Maestri II) for the Brazilian’s first goal of the season.

Jose Bosingwa (Tiempo) assisted Ramires for his second before Ashley Williams (Maestri) pulled one back from a Mark Gower (Laser) freekick. Didier Drogba (Vapor) finished off the (Nike) scoring with a drilled finish after receiving a pass from Florent Malouda (Maestri) – astonishing!

PUMA enjoyed a decent week with the King Finale, PowerCat 1.10 and v1.11 accumulating a 10 point haul.

Peter Crouch, wearing PowerCar 1.10, opened his account for his new team as his header from a Matthew Etherington (v1.11) corner secured an impressive 1-1 draw with the current champions Manchester United.

Steve Morison (King Finale), Stephen Hunt (King Finale), Bacary Sagna (PowerCat) and Sergio Aguero (v1.11) completed the scoring for PUMA.

And last but by no means least, the adidas adiPower continued to churn out decent performances with three goals and four assists.

Nani, Robin Van Persie, Darren Fletcher, Charlie Adam, Aaron Ramsey and Marc Tierney can take the credit for that!

Find out how all the other boots are faring with the  Sport-locker.net Fantasy Football Boots League Table. **

Position Boot

Goals

Assists

Points (Season total)

1. Adidas f50 adiZero

7 (31)

7 (30)

28 (123)

2. Adidas adiPower Predator

3 (20)

4 (33)

13 (93)

3. Nike CTR360 II

9 (20)

1 (12)

28 (72)

4. Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly III

2 (16)

4 (12)

10 (60)

5. Nike T90 Laser

1 (15)

2 (8)

5 (53)

6. Nike Tiempo Legend IV

0 (10)

3 (11)

3 (41)

7. Adidas adiPure

1 (10)

1 (8)

4 (38)

8. Puma v1.11

0 (11)

2 (3)

2 (36)

9. Puma King Finale

1 (4)

1 (6)

4 (18)

10. Umbro Speciali

0 (3)

0 (3)

0 (12)

11. Puma PowerCat 1.10

1 (2)

1 (4)

4 (10)

12. Under Armour Hydrastrike

0 (2)

0 (1)

0 (7)

13. Umbro Stealth II

0 (2)

0 (1)

0 (7)

14. Umbro Geometra Pro

0 (2)

0 (0)

0 (6)

15. Reebok Instante Pro II

0 (0)

0 (3)

0 (3)

16. Pantofola d’Oro Lazzarini

0 (0)

0 (1)

0 (1)

17. Adidas Copa Mundial

0 (0)

0 (1)

0 (1)

So what boot do you expect to take the crown of top goalscorer and assister? What will be the complete boot in terms of both goals and assists? Put your predictions below in the comments section below or on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

**Sport-locker.net recognises that the Fantasy Football Boots scoring system is advantageous to those boots with greater representation in the Premier League.

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