Premier League Fantasy Football Boots 2011/12: Week 28

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.

Take a bow Nike Tiempo Legend IV.

Congratulations on a superb gameweek and enjoy your time in the spotlight because no doubt we’ll be back to gushing over  league leader adidas F50 adiZeros (who still managed to accumulate a not too shoddy tally of five goals and five assists!) before too long.

Manchester United trio Javier Hernandez, Antonio Valencia and Jonny Evans kick started things amassing four goals and two assists between them as they blitzed Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-0 at Molineux.

It was then over to Loftus Road where the baton was picked up during Queens Park Rangers’ thrilling relegation survival inspired comeback against Liverpool.

Goals from Derry and Jamie Mackie may have grabbed the conventional headlines but at Sport-locker.net towers it was all about Sebastian Coates whose breathtaking scissor kick goal will live long in the memory.

Elsewhere the four goals scored by  Nike CTR360 Maestri wearers perhaps held greatest significance in the fight for survival/Champions League qualification with James McArthur and Yakubu scoring for Wigan and Blackburn and North London rivals Thomas Vermaelen and Rafael Van der Vaart scoring to ensure their sides will continue to slug it out for third.

Not only that, but twinned with a miserly display for the Nike Mercurial Vapor (one assist by Scott Sinclair), the Maestri leapt into third place in the Fantasy Football Boots table.

There were useful points plucked by the Puma and Umbro ranges this staggered gameweek with the Powercat (Paul Scharner goal, Michael Carrick and Chris Brunt assists) V1.11 (Sergio Aguero penalty), Geometra (Jonas Gutierrez assist) and Stealth (Gary Cahill goal and Bradley Orr assist) all in the mix.

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

(149)

(135)

20 (612)

2. Adidas adiPower Predator

(124)

(91)

(463)

3. Nike CTR360 II

4 (85)

1 (69)

1 (323)

4. Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly III  (85)    1 (68)

1 (323) 

5. Nike T90 Laser

(58)

(44)

12 (218)

6. Nike Tiempo Legend IV

 7 (49)

(47)

24 (194)

7. Adidas adiPure       0 (28)      1 (26)

(110)

8. Puma v1.11

(30)

(15)

(105)

9. Puma King Finale
Puma PowerCat 1.10

(25)
(21)

(20)
(26)

(95)
(89)

10. Umbro Speciali
Umbro Stealth II

(21)
(17)

(9)
(8)

(72)
(59)

11. Under Armour Hydrastrike

(7)

(5)

0 (26) 

12. Umbro Geometra Pro

(6)

 1 (5)

(23)

13. Umbro GT Pro
Reebok Instante Pro II 

(4)
(2)

0 (6)
(7)

0 (15)
(13)

14. Lotto Fuerzapura II L100
Adidas Copa Mundial 

0 (4)
(3)

(0)
(1) 

0 (12)
(10)

15. Mizuno Morelia

 0 (2)

0 (1)

 0 (8) 

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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