Premier League Fantasy Football Boots 2011/12: Week 23

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.

Super Sunday more than lived up to its SkySports induced hyperbolic title with a six goal thriller at Stamford Bridge. Nike’s T90 Laser) emerged as the big winner of the day in Fantasy Football terms with Rooney bagging a brace of spot kicks and Daniel Sturridge and Fernando Torres notching assists.

The 3-3 draw also provided the Goal of the Weekend. Take a bow Nike Mercurial Vapor wearer Juan Mata whose spectacular volley shortly after the half time break put Chelsea in the driving seat before they rapidly proved themselves highly incapable of handling the wheel.

Robin Van Persie’s Tour de Force goes on as he inspired Arsenal to a thumping 7-1 demolition of struggling Blackburn Rovers at the Emirates Stadium.

Three goals and two assists for the Dutch maestro made for a personal 11 point haul contributing to a total of 17 for adidas adiPower Predators this Gameweek with further contributions Morten Gamst Pedersen, Leighton Baines, Jean Beausejour and Swansea City’s Neil Taylor.

Three goals marked the release of the sparkling new Puma King Finale SL with Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Kevin Doyle’s goal and assist adding to earlier strikes by Arsenal duo Thierry Henry and Mikel Arteta.

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

(131)

(107)

16 (500)

2. Adidas adiPower Predator

(106)

(79)

17 (397)

3. Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly III

(72)

4 (56)

10 (272)

4. Nike CTR360 II       3 (70)      3 (53)

  12 (263)

5. Nike T90 Laser

(47)

(32)

17 (173)

6. Nike Tiempo Legend IV

 3 (32)

(37)

(133)

7. Adidas adiPure       0 (26)      0 (22)

(100)

8. Puma v1.11

(26)

(13)

(91)

9. Puma PowerCat 1.10
Puma King Finale

(17)
(19)

(22)
(13)

(73)
10 (70)

10. Umbro Speciali
Umbro Stealth II

(19)
(16)

(8)
(6)

(65) 
(54)

11. Under Armour Hydrastrike

(6)

(5)

3 (23) 

12. Umbro Geometra Pro

(5)

 1 (4)

(19)

13. Lotto Fuerzapura II L100

0 (4)

(0)

0 (12)

14. Umbro GT Pro
Reebok Instante Pro II

0 (3)
(1)

0 (4)
 1 (7)

0 (10)
(10)

15. Mizuno Morelia
Adidas Copa Mundial 

 0 (2)
(2) 

0 (1)
(1) 

 0 (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.

2 thoughts on “Premier League Fantasy Football Boots 2011/12: Week 23

  1. hhunj says:

    Adidas F50 AdiZero II coming on sale at the beginning of the year 2012, as we know adidas try to use some new special technology to this new model adidas soccer cleats, of course, some good classic technology will be kept. Such as SprintSkin is still in use(not use didas F50 AdiZero Prime’s AdiLite Twin upper). Populared outsole SprintFrame will appear to us on Adidas F50 AdiZero II too, this is very simple but useful outsole, the thinnest place is only 1 millimetre (mm.)! SprintFrame’s 3D bridge can ensure super support to middle foot.

  2. hhunj says:

    Super Sunday more than lived up to its SkySports induced hyperbolic title with a six goal thriller at Stamford Bridge. Nike’s T90 Laser) emerged as the big winner of the day in Fantasy Football terms with Rooney bagging a brace of spot kicks and Daniel Sturridge and Fernando Torres notching assists.

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