Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium)
Belgium ended their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign by finishing top of Group B with two comfortable wins against Andorra and Israel.
The success in the latter means that The Red Devils will be ranked number one in the world when the FIFA rankings are next released, which is incredible when you consider that next summer will be their first European Championships since 2000, when they were the hosts, and only their fifth ever.
Manchester City midfielder De Bruyne was certainly one of the stars over the break, scoring once against Andorra and adding another goal and an assist against Israel. City fans will be hoping that form continues with Silva and Aguero likely to be absent.