Tiemoue Bakayoko (Chelsea) Nike Mercurial Vapor XI

Tiemoue Bakayoko made his second start for Chelsea as the Blues beat Leicester 2-1 at the King Power Stadium. The French midfielder was sporting a custom red and white colourway of the Nike Mercurial Vapor XI, presumably created during his Monaco days to match with the home strip.


Alvaro Morata (Chelsea) adidas Nemeziz 17.1

Alvaro Morata made the switch into the adidas Nemeziz 17.1 as he got himself on the scoresheet against Leicester. Morata had previously been wearing the adidas X 17.1 but has bulked up the attacking line up of the Nemeziz having moved into the Ocean Storm colourway.


Kyle Walker-Peters (England) adidas Glitch 17

Kyle Walker-Peters continues to rep the adidas Glitch silo as the Three Stripes dish out the concept to their next generation of players. The Tottenham youngster was in action wearing the bright blue 'Fluido' colourway as England U21 beat Latvia 3-0 at the Vitality Stadium.


Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich) Nike Magista Opus II

Joshua Kimmich qualifies to wear the Nike 'Rising Fast' Pack and he duly switched into the new Magista Opus II colourway. The collection was launched for Nike pro players who were born in 1995 or later and with Kimmich a '95 player, he makes the cut.


Ragnar Ache (Sparta Rotterdam) Concave Volt+

Concave have recruited highly rated Sparta Rotterdam youngster Ragnar Ache to their ranks this season to wear their lightweight Volt+ silo. The latest "Red/White" colour combination was a top match for Ragnar's home strip as they beat FC Twente 1-0.


Jamie McLaren (Australia) PUMA One 17.1 Chrome

Antoine Griezmann has been installed as the 'exclusive' player to wear the Chrome edition of the PUMA One, but Australia's Jamie McLaren has also bagged a pair to wear on the international scene. McClaren trained in the limited edition design ahead of Australia's 2-1 victory over Thailand which set up a World Cup play-off with Syria.


Keisuke Honda (Japan) Mizuno Rebula V1

Japan had already secured their place in Russia next summer and let their foot off the pedal as they lost 1-0 to Saudi Arabia, who in turn joined the Japanese in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. Keisuke Honda was in action for Japan wearing the new "Pink Glow" Mizuno Rebula V1 colourway.


Benjamin Mendy (Manchester City) adidas Nemeziz 17.1

Is Benjamin Mendy on the verge of joining adidas? The Manchester City man had previously worn blackout Nike Mercurial Vapor boots to start the season but he switched into the adidas Nemeziz 17.1 against Liverpool. Mendy clearly hasn't finalised a deal though as he tried his best to black-out the Ocean Storm colourway.


Eden Hazard (Chelsea) Nike Mercurial Vapor Flyknit Ultra

Eden Hazard made his Chelsea comeback on Saturday at Leicester wearing the new Nike Mercurial Vapor Flyknit Ultra. Hazard is the only player to wear the limited edition release that was launched and sold out in minutes last week.


Moussa Marega (Porto) Nike Mercurial Superfly V

Moussa Marega joined Hazard in black and gold Nike boots at the weekend, although the Malian's were designed by himself in custom style. You've gotta back up such a standout colourway with results and Marega delivered as his goal helped Porto beat UD Chaves 3-0.


Leigh Griffiths (Scotland) Nike Mercurial Superfly V Neymar

Leigh Griffiths kept Scotland's hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup alive as he helped his side beat Malta 2-0. The Celtic striker was wearing the signature Neymar Mercurial Superfly as he became the Neymar of the North at Hampden Park.