Serie A 2023/24: Team and Player of the Week – Matchday 36

The Milanese clubs had big wins while Bologna and Juventus sealed Champions League qualificiation on Serie A Matchday 36. We have put our heads together to come up with our Team of the Week and Player of the Week from the action.


Italian champions Inter demolished Frosinone 5-0 on Serie A Matchday 36 with Davide Frattesi making the most out of a rare start whereas Lautaro Martinez made an impact coming off the bench.

AC Milan thrashed Cagliari 5-1 with Ismael Bennacer, Tijjani Reijnders, and Christian Pulisic starring for the Rossoneri, Salernitana surprisingly held Juventus to a 1-1 draw, and Lazio beat Empoli 2-0.

Elsewhere, Bologna won 2-0 against Napoli with Federico Ravaglia, Stefan Posch, and Riccardo Calafiori producing fine performances, and Atalanta defeated AS Roma 2-1. Charles De Ketelaere scored twice and was chosen as our Serie A Player of the Week.

Here is the Serie A Team of the Week for Serie A Matchday 36, which is deployed in a 4-3-3 formation. Let us know your thoughts!

Serie A 23/24 – Matchday 36 Team of the Week

Serie A Matchday 36 Team of the Week: Federico Ravaglia; Stefan Posch, Niccolo Pierozzi, Patric, Riccardo Calafiori; Davide Frattesi, Ismael Bennacer, Tijjani Reijnders; Christian Pulisic, Lautaro Martinez, Charles De Ketelaere

Serie A 23/24 – Matchday 36 Player of the Week

Charles De Ketelaere was selected as our Serie A Player of the Week after scoring both goals for Atalanta in their victory against AS Roma.

The Belgian scored twice in the first half against the Giallorossi. His first goal came after 18 minutes, when he received a pass from Gianluca Scamacca, beat one defender, and placed the ball into the net with a low shot. He doubled the lead two minutes later, when Teun Koopmeiners exchanged passes with Scamacca, and the Dutchman laid the ball for De Ketelaere to tap in from close range.

Atalanta’s victory allowed Bologna and Juventus to seal Champions League qualification as well as give their aspirations of participating in the 2024/25 edition a boost.


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