Premier League Fantasy Football Boots 2011/12: Week 20

Another week of Premier League action and that means another week of goals, assists and Fantasy Football Boots brought to you exclusively by Sport-locker.net

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.

With the January transfer window upon us, this gameweek saw several new (and old) faces, names and football boots making their mark on the Premier League Fantasy Football Boots table.

All American superstar Landon Donovan marked his return to English football with an assist against Aston Villa wearing a pair of Nike CTR360 II Maestri while Gylfi Sigurdsson matched the comeback with the assist for Danny Graham’s winning goal during a brief second half cameo for Swansea City against Arsenal wearing a gleaming pair of white F50 adiZero.

But the comeback crown can only be perched on the ginger head of one man and one ginger man only and that ginger man is Mr Paul Scholes. His re emergence out of the retirement wilderness may have shocked one or two but there was nothing surprising about the way he popped up in the box at Old Trafford to sweep the ball home against Bolton Wanderers proving that some people never lose it.

Not only do they not lose it but they also stumble upon the latest football boots and his return to action and goalscoring ways of old is good news for Nike and their T90 Laser IV with maestro donning the latest model.

With no stand out contender for Goal of the weekend, this week we are generously offering a new prize. Assist of the weekend for which there were two very very worthy candidates.

Blackburn Rovers midfield man Steven N’Zonzi can count himself most unlucky not to pick up the prize for his use of the Nike Maestri sand wedge to feed Mauro Formica.

But the inaugural award for Assist of the Weekend goes to goal shy Fernando Torres (T90 Laser IV) whose spectacular bicycle kick gifted Frank Lampard a goal against Sunderland with some assistance from the Stamford Bridge crossbar which is probably still trembling.

Wildcard of the Gameweek is a tribute to another golden oldie of Old Trafford who continues lead a one man assault on the Fantasy Football Boot table on behalf of Reebok.

Another assist for Ryan Giggs saw the Instante IIs leap frog the timeless Copa Mundial in the table.

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

(111)

(96)

10 (429)

2. Adidas adiPower Predator

(91)

(68)

17 (341)

3. Nike CTR360 II

(64)

3 (48)

(240)

4. Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly III       5 (63)      1 (50)

  16 (239)

5. Nike T90 Laser

(37)

(28)

11 (139)

6. Nike Tiempo Legend IV

 1 (24)

(35)

(107)

7. Adidas adiPure       1 (26)      0 (20)

(98)

8. Puma v1.11

(24)

(13)

(85)

9. Puma PowerCat 1.10
Puma King Finale

(17)
(15)

(20)
(12)

(71)
(57)

10. Umbro Speciali
Umbro Stealth II

(15)
(15)

(7)
(6)

(52) 
(51)

11. Umbro Geometra Pro

(5)

(3)

(18)

12. Under Armour Hydrastrike

(4)

(4) 

0 (16) 

13. Lotto Fuerzapura II L100

0 (4)

(0)

0 (12)

14. Umbro GT Pro
Mizuno Morelia

0 (3)
0 (2)

0 (4)
0 (1)

0 (10)
0 (8)

15. Reebok Instante Pro II
Adidas Copa Mundial 

 (1)
(2) 

 (5)
(1) 

 (8)
(7) 

16. Pantofola d’Oro Lazzarini

(0)

(1)

(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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