Aston Villa super-sub Zaniolo among the weekend's UltimateFan top point scorers


Following the weekend’s Premier League action, we run through the highest UltimateFan Point Scorers from the gameweek 29 fixtures that took place. Represented in the top 10 are Nottingham Forest, Burnley, Aston Villa, Fulham, Brentford and West Ham. 


10. Morgan Gibbs-White (Nottingham Forest) - 8 UltimateFan Points 


Nottingham Forest star Morgan Gibbs-White registered his fifth league assist of the season at Kenilworth Road on Saturday, while he also made two tackles, one interception, four key passes and one successful dribble to earn 8 UltimateFan Points. 


9. David Datro Fofana (Burnley) - 8 UltimateFan Points 


Chelsea loanee David Datro Fofana netted a fourth league goal since arriving at Burnley in January, and a second in as many matches, when Brentford made the trip to Turf Moor on Saturday. The Ivorian found the net with one of three shots on goal, while he also made one key pass and one successful dribble to return a total of 8 UltimateFan Points. 


Aston Villa super-sub Zaniolo among the weekend's UltimateFan top point scorers


8. Nicolo Zaniolo (Aston Villa) - 9 UltimateFan Points 


Aston Villa attacker Nicolo Zaniolo, who hasn’t started a league match since early December, made an impact when he entered the pitch from the bench at the London Stadium on Sunday. In a 27-minute cameo, the Italian netted a crucial equaliser for the visitors, while he also made one tackle and one successful dribble to land 9 UltimateFan Points. 


7. Antonee Robinson (Fulham) - 10 UltimateFan Points 


Fulham left-back Antonee Robinson continued his fine form this season when he registered a sixth assist of the campaign in the Whites’ 3-0 victory over Tottenham on Saturday. As ever, the USA international also contributed with two tackles, four interceptions, one key pass and three successful dribbles to return 10 UltimateFan Points. 


6. Jacob Bruun Larsen (Burnley) - 10 UltimateFan Points 


Burnley picked up a rare three points against Brentford at the weekend, and Danish winger Jacob Bruun Larsen was on hand to net a third league goal of the season when he gave the hosts the lead from the spot after 10 minutes. The 25-year-old also made a key pass and a successful dribble to post 10 UltimateFan Points. 


5. Kristoffer Ajer (Brentford) - 12 UltimateFan Points 


Despite defeat at Turf Moor, Brentford defender Kristoffer Ajer earns a place in our top 10 having scored his first league goal of the season. The 25-year-old also made four tackles, two interceptions, a clearance and a block to take home 12 UltimateFan Points. 


4. Sasa Lukic (Fulham) - 12 UltimateFan Points 


Fulham midfielder Sasa Lukic netted his first-ever goal for the club in Saturday’s win over Tottenham at Craven Cottage, when he doubled the hosts’ lead just four minutes into the second half. The battling Serbian midfielder also made two tackles and an interception to register 12 UltimateFan Points. 


Aston Villa super-sub Zaniolo among the weekend's UltimateFan top point scorers


3. Michail Antonio (West Ham) - 12 UltimateFan Points 


West Ham striker Michail Antonio made only his second league start since early November against Aston Villa on Sunday, and returned to the starting XI with a goal as he put the hosts ahead after 29 minutes. The Jamaica international also made two tackles, an interception, a key pass and a dribble in a fine all-round display that saw him earn 12 UltimateFan Points. 


2. Timothy Castagne (Fulham) - 13 UltimateFan Points 


Belgian full-back Timothy Castagne registered a second league assist of the season against Tottenham at the weekend, when his cross found Sasa Lukic for Fulham’s second goal of the evening. The former Leicester man also made three tackles, two interceptions and two successful dribbles on his way to a total of 13 UltimateFan Points. 


1. Rodrigo Muniz (Fulham) - 17 UltimateFan Points 


Rodrigo Muniz takes top spot having continued his remarkable goalscoring form since coming into Marco Silva’s starting XI; his brace against Tottenham at the weekend means he has now found the net seven times in his last seven Premier League matches. The 22-year-old Brazilian was on target with two of his three attempts on goal as he went on to earn 17 UltimateFan Points.

Aston Villa super-sub Zaniolo among the weekend's UltimateFan top point scorers