There will have been a seismic shift in many mini-leagues after the contrasting fortunes of the most-popular captains in Double Gameweek 22 of Fantasy Premier League.
But the most-captained active player in the Gameweek disappointed his 1.5+million armband backers again as he blanked in his side's 3-1 victory, totalling just two points.
It was a very different story for the next most-popular captain, Harry Kane (£12.3m), who scored and assisted in a 3-2 win at Leicester City to rack up 11 points, his second-highest return of the season.
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Kane has now scored 120 FPL points across 13 matches against Leicester.
His midweek haul more than makes up for the fact that his match against Arsenal was postponed last weekend.
Most of the world's top 100 managers picked Ronaldo, while some opted for Dennis, but Kane did not feature in their top three and ultimately punished that oversight.
Significantly, 16 members of the elite group opted for Bruno Fernandes (£11.7m), who scored two goals against Villa and then provided two assists against Brentford, accumulating a monster 23-point haul, or 46 with the armband.
Fernandes has now overtaken Ronaldo and David De Gea (£5.2m) to become the highest-scoring Man Utd player in Fantasy, with 95 points.
More than a million managers used a chip in a bid to maximise their returns in Double Gameweek 22.
In total, 677,118 FPL bosses played one of their two Free Hits, nearly matching the 704,625 who used the chip for the reduced Boxing Day schedule in GW19. In addition, over half a million managers opted for the Wildcard this week.
Most-popular captain Ronaldo was also Triple-Captained by 16,331 managers.
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Diogo Jota (£8.4m) was the top transfer target ahead of the deadline. More than a million managers snapped up the Liverpool attacking midfielder, but they were frustrated as he blanked in their 3-0 win over Brentford.
Over 300,000 of those managers made a direct swap from Jota's team-mate Mohamed Salah (£12.7m), the most-sold player this Gameweek due to his participation in the Africa Cup of Nations.
James Maddison (£6.9m) is enjoying the best form of his career and was bought by more than 918,000 managers.
But the midfielder was benched for the first of his two fixtures before blanking at Brighton on Tuesday.
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All three of the most-sold players were without a match in Double Gameweek 22.
Joining Salah in being shown the door were Son Heung-min (£10.7m) and Reece James (£6.2m), who both missed out with injury.
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Part 3: Who is suspended or close to a ban?
Part 4: FDR Analysis: Prioritise bringing in Man City stars
Part 5: Saturday review: Managers move early for Coutinho
Part 6: Sunday review: Robertson thriving as a differential