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FPL 2023-24 – Gameweek 3 Highest Scorers

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Which players produced the most FPL points in Gameweek 3? All Things FPL takes a look at the top assets from the weekend.

Raheem Sterling (£7.1m) – 19 Points
The highest score of the gameweek – and the most points any player has gained from a single match this season – belonged to Raheem Sterling. The Chelsea winger put in a dazzling display in the Blues’ 3-0 victory over Luton with two goals, an assist and three bonus points propelling him to a sensational score. Having come off the back of successive blanks to kick off the season, Sterling was a massive differential heading into Gameweek 3, and his return was a huge boost to those managers who put their trust in him.

Matty Cash (£4.6m) – 17 Points
When a defender earns 17 FPL points without keeping a clean sheet, you know they have put in a special performance. After just 20 minutes of Aston Villa’s clash with Burnley on Sunday, the Polish international had already struck twice for Unai Emery’s men, sending his relatively modest ownership into raptures. Incredibly, despite scoring -1 in Gameweek 1, Cash is now the joint-highest scoring defender overall with 22 points.

Malo Gusto (£4.1m) – 14 Points
Talk about value for money! Gusto emerged as a budget defender option once fellow Chelsea right-back Reece James suffered an injury. However, those who moved early for the young Frenchman probably weren’t expecting such a significant haul so early. A pair of assists, together with a clean sheet and two bonus points, took Gusto’s total to 14 points and ensured that he will become an extremely popular transfer in this week.

Moussa Diaby (£6.6m) – 12 points
Along with three others, Diaby achieved a score of 12 points in Gameweek 3 to continue what has been an impressive start to his Aston Villa career. The Frenchman both scored and assisted in his side’s victory newly-promoted Burnley, and coupled with his Gameweek 1 goal on debut against Newcastle, he has now three attacking returns to his name – the joint-most of any midfielder at present.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.

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