Jesse Lingard (Manchester United) adidas Nemeziz 17.1

The adidas "Deadly Strike" Pack made an on-pitch debut over the Easter Weekend as all leading adidas players switched into their new wheels for spring. Jesse Lingard was sporting the "Aero Green" Nemeziz 17.1 against Swansea City.


Mo Salah (Liverpool) adidas X 17+

Another in-form Premier League player was making headlines in the new "Deadly Strike" colourway on Saturday afternoon. Mo Salah added another goal to his tally in the X 17+ boots as Liverpool beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Selhurst Park.


Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus) PUMA ONE 18.1

PUMA are preparing to launch their new "Frenzy Pack" colourways this week. Stephan Lichtsteiner switched into the "Green Gecko" ONE 18.1 drop as he trained ahead of his side's Champions League quarter final with Real Madrid.


Jackie Groenen (Netherlands) PUMA Future 18.1

The Future 18.1 NetFit will headline the new "Frenzy Pack" as it appears on-pitch for the first time this week. The colourway worn here by Netherlands' Jackie Groenen will debut in the Champions League quarter finals, starting on Tuesday.


Bryan Oviedo (Sunderland) Nike Mercurial Superfly 360

Sunderland's Championship survival hopes were boosted on Good Friday after hammering Derby County, but then damaged by losing at home to Sheff Wed on Monday. Former Everton full-back Bryan Oviedo was in action wearing the low-key "Black/Total Orange" Superfly 360 in both games.


Kylian Mbappe (PSG) Nike Mercurial Superfly 360 x Virgil Abloh

Kylian Mbappe was tasked with wearing the limited edition collaboration between Nike and Virgil Abloh of Off-White at the weekend. The Frenchman was wearing the disruptive drop as PSG recorded their fifth consecutive Coupe de la Ligue, beating Monaco 3-0.


Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal) adidas Predator 18+

Aaron Ramsey joined Mesut Ozil and Henrik Mkhitaryan in the Arsenal midfield on Sunday against Stoke City. All three players were wearing the new "Unity Ink" Predator colourway from the "Deadly Strike" collection. Ramsey opting for the laceless 18+ model.


Antonio Adan (Real Betis) adidas Predator 18.1

The laced 18.1 version of the "Deadly Strike" Predator features a splash more of "Aero Green" on the heel for a slightly different aesthetic. Real Betis goalkeeper Antonio Adan was one of a number of players to switch into the design at the weekend.


Lionel Messi (Barcelona) adidas Nemeziz Messi 17.1

Lionel Messi joined in on the "Deadly Strike" launch by switching into his signature colourway of the adidas Nemeziz 17.1. The Argentine came off the bench to rescue a late point in a 2-2 draw away to Sevilla.


Gregor Breinburg (NEC Nijmegen) adidas ACE 16.1

Gregor Breinburg took things back to September 2016 this week as he laced up in the ACE 16.1 from the adidas "Viper Pack". The design featured a scaled reptile pattern and was launched across the full adidas collection.


Mike Jones (Carlisle United) Nike Mercurial Superfly IV

Carlisle United's Mike Jones was sporting a smart customised Nike Mercurial Superfly colourway at the weekend. Jones has matched up the Carlisle home kit with a clean white and blue boot aesthetic.