The NASL Team of the Week is selected based on performances on Saturday evening and features the best XI players in their respective positions.
Of course the selections are open to debate and fans are encouraged to have their say through social media at www.Facebook.com/NASLfans and on Twitter @NASLofficial
Here is this week's Best XI:
Andrew Fontein, Tampa Bay
Made six saves as the Rowdies spoiled the Scorpions’ opener at Toyota Field with a 2-0 win.
Austen King, Carolina
Anchored the center of defense for the RailHawks while keeping Edmonton’s forwards quiet.
Beto Navarro, Atlanta
Scored the game-winning goal for the Silverbacks minutes after making a crucial goal-line clearance.
Takuya Yamada, Tampa Bay
Demonstrated his invaluable leadership and experience at the back in the Rowdies 2-0 win
Austin Da Luz, Carolina
Opened the scoring with a well taken header. His cultured left foot proved a constant threat for Edmonton.
Raphael Cox, Tampa Bay
Was named NASL Player of the Week following an outstanding effort where he created width for the Rowdies and played a critical role in controlling the midfield.
Danny Barrera, Atlanta
Orchestrated the Silverbacks attack with devastating effect. Scored the game’s second goal.
Ty Shipalane, Carolina
Teased the Edmonton defense with an all-action performance on the wing. Assisted on the opening goal.
Brian Shriver, Carolina
Scored the winning goal against Edmonton on a brilliant set-piece that left Parker with no chance.
Amani Walker, Tampa Bay
Headed home a corner kick to open the scoring against San Antonio.
Daryl Fordyce, Edmonton
Gave the RailHawks defense fits all night as he drifted wide to receive service and linked up well with the midfield play.
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|Tampa Bay Rowdies||14||5||5||4||3||20|
|Minnesota United FC||14||6||2||6||2||20|
|Fort Lauderdale Strikers||14||5||3||6||-2||18|
|San Antonio Scorpions||14||3||1||10||-9||10|
|San Antonio Scorpions||12||6||2||4||4||20|
|Tampa Bay Rowdies||12||5||3||4||5||18|
|Minnesota United FC||12||4||2||6||-5||14|
|Fort Lauderdale Strikers||12||2||2||8||-14||8|