Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) PUMA ONE 19.1

Sergio Aguero gave a scoring start to his latest PUMA ONE 19.1 colourway on Saturday. The Argentine striker switched into the Stun Pack to open the scoring in Man City's 5-0 win over Burnley at the Etihad.


Paul Pogba (Manchester United) adidas Predator 18+ Pogba

There's rarely a quiet moment in Paul Pogba's career, and that's exactly why adidas have given him his own signature Predator line. His every move is analysed and that's good exposure. Pogba was wearing his latest colourway in United's dramatic 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Saturday.


Gerard Pique (Barcelona) Nike Tiempo 7

Nike's full squad of contracted players switched into the new on-pitch boot collection this week. Gerard Pique was sporting the Tiempo 7 from the Always Forward Pack as his side beat Sevilla 4-2 at the Camp Nou.


Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) Nike Hypervenom 3

There was more hues of blue on display in the Bundesliga as Robert Lewandowski switched into the Hypervenom 3 edition from the same pack. The Polish striker notched a brace as ten-man Bayern came away from Wolfsburg with a 3-1 victory.


Yohan Benelouane (Leicester City) adidas Predator Accelerator

Leicester City's Yohan Benelouane has managed to get his hands on a pair of the adidas Predator Accelerator re-releases. That stunning, instantly recognisable aesthetic will never fail to impress on pitch. Those stripes are forever strong.


Roger Martínez (Club America) Nike Mercurial Vapor III

Roger Martínez took us back 12 years this week by training in the Nike Mercurial Vapor III. Originally launched in 2006 the "Maroon/Silver" colourway was the inspiration for the recent "Rising Fire" pack worn by Kylian Mbappe.


Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) Under Armour Magnetico Pro

Trent Alexander-Arnold is wearing pink boots for Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October. The Liverpool full back is contracted to Under Armour and has jumped at the chance to back their campaign by sporting the eccentric design on the Magnetico Pro silo.


Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) Nike PhantomVSN

Kevin De Bruyne returned from injury at the weekend just in time to switch into Nike's second on-pitch colour collection of the 2018/19 season. The Belgian playmaker was wearing the PhantomVSN offering from the Always Forward Pack, a boot also worn by Philippe Coutinho.


Kylian Mbappe (PSG) Nike Mercurial Superfly V

Kylian Mbappe helped himself to a goal in PSG's 5-0 win over Amiens at the weekend to maintain their 100% Ligue 1 record this season. Mbappe has become one of the leading Mercurial players since his World Cup exploits and he was wearing the bright Volt Superfly V from the new Always Forward Pack. Strong look, that.


Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) PUMA Future 2.1

Marco Reus was amongst the PUMA players to switch into the new Stun Pack. The Borussia Dortmund man has removed the laces entirely from the latest colourway to create a slip-on design – a trait that a few Future 2.1 players have done to make it PUMA's first unofficial laceless boot.


Andres Iniesta (Vissel Kobe) Asics X-Fly 4

Andres Iniesta's time with Nike is over. The World Cup winning midfielder wore whiteout boots at the weekend which can now be confirmed as the next-gen Asics X-Fly 4. Iniesta has officially signed with the brand this morning and will wear branded versions of the boot for the remainder of the season.