The domestic leagues are coming to an end this week, with joy and despair for fans across Europe.
This will be the final regualar TOTW squad as we know it this season, we could be in for a real treat this week with some top players putting their name forward for a new in-form card.
At the double
Sergio Aguero’s time at Manchester City is coming to an end, and the diminutive striker said farewell to the fans in the best possible way.
Coming off the bench with less than half an hour to play, Aguero scored twice as City hammered Everton 5-0.
In front of fans for the first time in months, Aguero showed his clinical nature in finding the net twice with fellow City legend Fernandinho providing both assists.
We have already had an awesome End of an Era card for Aguero in FUT 21 this year, but another, more affordable special card could be on the way.
We expect Aguero to receive his first IF card of the season, although it could just as easily be a Record Breakers card.
His goal’s also mean that he has broken Wayne Rooney’s record for number of goals for a single club in the Premier League too!
On the subject of record breakers, Robert Lewandowski could be added to the ranks this week after breaking Gerd Muller’s 49-year-old Bundesliga scoring record.
Lewandowski added his 41st goal of the season late on against Augsburg to take him past Muller in being the outright leader for goals in a single season.
While a single goal is unlikely to see Lewandowski feature in Team of the Week 35, some form of special card could be released soon.
Bayern Munich were 5-2 winners on the day, so it was a surprise to see the Polish striker only score once.
The goals were shared around, but French winger Kingsley Coman was the star man.
With a goal and two assists, Coman could receive his first IF card of the season.
What a season it has been for David Moyes and West Ham.
Moyes transformed the Hammers from relegation favourites to European challengers and will lead his men into the Europa League next season.
A comfortable 3-0 final day win over Southampton secured West Ham’s qualification, and it was Spanish midfielder Pablo Fornals who inspired the victory.
The energetic Spaniard scored two first-half goals to ease any nerves in the London Stadium.
The icing on the cake was the third goal scored by England international Declan Rice, which was also assisted by Fornals.
A first special card in FUT 21 beckons for Fornals, and it could be rated 83 OVR.