Each month, we select the Team of the Month featuring only Maurice Revello Tournament graduates who have shone with their clubs and/or their national teams. Let’s take a look at the players who stole the show in October
Aaron Ramsdale (Bournemouth) : By conceding only one goal in three games on October, the 21-year-old goalkeeper helped the Cherries to earn crucial points over the last weeks. He logically earned the Bournemouth's player of the month award.
João Cancelo (Manchester City) : The talented Portuguese full-back is adapting well to the English football as illustrated by his recent displays with the Premier League title holders.
Presnel Kimpembe (Paris Saint-Germain) : Five games started, five wins, only one goal conceded by PSG : the World Cup 2018 winner has enjoyed a tremendous month.
Rodrigo Caio (Flamengo) : In addition to his good performances, the Maurice Revello Tournament 2014 best player made the headlines by scoring two goals including one during the second leg of the Copa Libertadores semi-finals against Gremio.
Ben Chilwell (Leicester) : The England international is fullfiling his potential with a surprising team of Leicester. The Maurice Revello Tournament 2016 winner has been consistent over the last weeks and ended his month by scoring one goal and providing two assists during the unforgettable 9-0 win over Southampton.
Daniel Alves (Sao Paulo) : Even at 36, the Maurice Revello Tournament 2002 winner continues to impress. Used this season as a midfielder, the Brazilian star has notably delivered two assists this month.
Eberechi Eze (Queens Park Rangers) : The QPR starlet had three goals and two assists to his name in October. The young midfielder is taking the Championhip by storm. Enough to attract the interest from the Nigeria head coach who would like to see him playing with the Super Eagles while Eze is currently representing England at the youth level like during the Maurice Revello Tournament 2019.
Rafael Borré (River Plate) : The Colombian international has netted three goals this month and has also helped his side to for the Copa Libertadores at the expense of rivals Boca. A successful month, obviously.
Alejandro Gomez (Atalanta) : Two goals, two assists this month and a pivotal role played in the good start to the season made by La Dea : the Argentinian playmaker is still the Atalanta's key player.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) : Five goals scored and six wins earned in seven games, with both Juventus and Portugal, in October. As usual, Cristiano was Cristiano. Relentless.
Takumi Minamino (Salzbourg) : With an exciting Salzburg team, the Japanese forward distinguished himself. This month, he scored against Napoli in Champions League. Meanwhile, he found the net three times with Japan during the international break.