We have another emergent overall leader in last week's MLS Fantasy round as Dc United dominated the entire round (largely, in the midfield) with 131 points. New England Revolution captain Lee Nguyen led the top performed player round with a total of 32 points on the strength of a goal. Meanwhile, Toronto FC talisman Sebastian Giovinco netted twice to earn 16 points, and San Jose's Florian Jungwirth recorded a clean-sheet and earned twelve points.

Here's a complete rundown and analysis of the positional leaders with their overall points.

The backline: goalkeepers and defenders

San Jose Earthquakes' David Bingham tallied a clean-sheet and picked up twelve points, to lead the position.

Just behind Bingham was the duo of Bobby Shuttleworth and Cody Cropper, both of whom garner a clean-sheet and a total of ten points, while DC United Bill Hamid “chimed in” with four points.

Defenders — Seattle Sounders defender Joevin Jones had an assist and a clean-sheet for leading the position with fourteen points, followed by FC Dallas Maynor Figueroa who doubled his clean-sheet with a goal for thirteen points. Three players tied for the third-rank with twelve points; Florian Jungwirth, Kemar Lawrence and Andrew Farrell, each of whom recorded a clean sheet.

DC United “defensive goalscorers” were Maxi Tissot with three points, and both Kofi Opare and Bobby Boswell tied up with two points apiece.

DC United dominates the entire midfield

The Revs attacking midfielder Lee Nguyen earned sixteen points to lead the midfield position, and three way tied-up for the overall lead.

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Philadelphia Union Roland Albert notched twice to earn twelve points, and San Jose midfield maestro Anibal Godoy earned eleven points in two matches.

DC United's sensational midfield was led by Jared Jeffrey with nine points, followed by Lloyd Sam with seven points, Sebastien Le Toux with six points, Marcelo Sarvas with four points, Lamar Neagle three points, Ian Harkes picked up two points and Luciano Acosta with one point.

Triple threats in the attack

Seattle Sounders veteran striker Clint Dempsey paired a goal with an assist to pick up sixteen points, joining TFC Sebastian Giovinco in a tie to lead the position, and the pair joined The Revs Captain Lee Nguyen in a three way overall tie. Philadelphia Union CJ Sapong scored a goal and an assist for fourteen points. While the lone striker for DC United Jose Ortiz picked up just one point.

What to expect this week

Sporting Kansas Tim Mella has a clean-sheet in every other round since round two, and he is due to feature against Real Salt Lake this week. Playing Miguel Almiron in your midfield at home against DC United, and feature Cyle Larin at home against Colorado Rapids will be a good deal MLS followers will be keenly expecting this week.