The 5 best Dream Team Euros players of those with ownerships below 1%

It’s early days but there’s never a bad time to check out the ultra differentials in Dream Team Euros.

We’ve picked out the five best performers at this stage of all the players with an ownership below 1%.

Patrik Schick (£2.5m)

Czech Republic’s No10 was undoubtedly the difference between the two teams at Hampden Park on Monday.

While Scotland struggled to convert relatively simple chances, Schick proved to be clinical even from the halfway line.

Only 0.4% of Dream Team Euros gaffers benefited from the Bayer Leverkusen forward’s 18-point haul – everyone in that tiny fraction deserves hearty congratulations.

An in-form Schick is certainly capable of causing problems for Croatia and England before the group stage concludes.

Roman Yaremchuk (£1.5m)

Ukraine’s No9 appears in this list by virtue of playing two games but you can’t knock a striker who has scored twice at the tournament already.

His header against Netherlands proved to be a consolation but his composed one-on-one finish proved to be crucial as Andriy Shevchenko’s men beat North Macedonia 2-1 on Thursday.

Yaremchuk has transferred his excellent form for Gent – 23 goals in 2020/21 – to the international stage to bag 18 points from Ukraine’s first two fixtures.

Lukas Hradecky (£1.0m)

Finland’s goalkeeper starred amid harrowing scenes on Saturday.

Denmark’s players were understandably shaken after resuming the Nordic match-up following Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest.

Hradecky kept a clean sheet and saved a penalty to register an impressive 16 points.

0.6% of managers currently own the 31-year-old but most will surely transfer him out before Finland face Belgium in their final group game.

Milan Skriniar (£2.5m)

The highly-rated Inter centre-back did an excellent job of frustrating Robert Lewandowski as Slovakia beat Poland.

A clean sheet eluded Skriniar but he more than made up for it with a well-taken winner to bank 13 points.

His ownership of 0.6% is understandable given most pundits thought Slovakia would be the weakest team in Group E.

Skriniar vs Alexandar Isak will be an interesting duel this Friday.

Wout Weghorst (£2.0m)

The Dutchman should definitely feature in more than 0.5% of teams.

Weghorst partnered Memphis Depay up front as Netherlands beat Ukraine in an entertaining thriller, scoring his side’s second goal in the process to scoop 13 points.

The 28-year-old entered the tournament with supreme confidence having scored 25 goals in all competitions for Wolfsburg in 2020/21.

£2.0m is incredibly cheap for a striker representing a team many fancy to make the quarter-finals.

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