The most regular inclusion in Leonardo Jardim's team since the start of the season, "Suba" pulled off crucial saves at Ajaccio and Montpellier. He also saved the Red & Whites from defeat in the dying moments of the game at Anderlecht.
In addition to his versatility, which provided Leonardo Jardim with midfield cover when Toulalan and Moutinho were out, Fabinho showed a cool head in September, converting from the penalty spot against Ajaccio and Montpellier to secure two precious victories for his side.
The Portuguese international had a fiery introduction to Ligue 1 action in the cauldron of Ajaccio, and then produced a fine performance at Anderlecht on his first start for AS Monaco, before making a crucial contribution against Montpellier. His first goal for his new club at La Mosson got the Red & Whites back into the game with their opponents leading 2-0. He then earned the winning penalty in added time.
Minor injuries restricted the Moroccan international to just two games in September, against Montpellier and Guingamp, but he made crucial contributions in both. With two assists, for Lemar's equaliser at Montpellier, and then Silva's opener at Guingamp, he also bagged the third Monaco goal at the Roudourou and played a big part in the team's good results in those two consecutive away games.
Your Top Player of the summer continued to shine in September. Scorer of a sumptuous free kick against Lorient, he also found the net against Montpellier. Clinical, technically gifted and consistent, the enterprising U21 international has slotted into the Monegasque squad with a minimum of fuss. Since featuring as a substitute at Ajaccio and Anderlecht, he has been a permanent fixture in the starting eleven.