Okazaki's two-goal, one-assist contribution to his side's Bundesliga contest against Hamburg was a match-winning one, with his second of the game snatching all three points in stoppage time.
Though Pedro's incredible nine-minute hat-trick rescued Barcelona from a two-goal deficit at Getafe as the Liga leaders went on to win 5-2, Opta have deemed him only the third-best front man across the continent's major leagues this past weekend.
Opta scored Okazaki and Liverpool's red-hot Luis Suarez - one of two Premier League representatives along with midfield convert Wayne Rooney - at 97, and Pedro only 96 overall based on their formula of match stats.
But it's fair to say that the trio's respective performances this week certainly suggest a 4-3-3 formation would have made the year's last ETOTW even more mouth-watering, albeit a little unfair on one of the defenders.
The only other player to get 97 overall was goalkeeper Nicolas Pennteau, who was in brilliant form to help Valenciennes claim a huge win away from home at Monaco's millionaires - he also saved a penalty from Radamel Falcao.
For a full explanation of each player's inclusion, see Opta's stats below the team graphic...
What do you think? Should the top-notch tri-attack of Suarez, Pedro and Okzaki have been accommodated over a different position in the team, or did Opta play it completely fair? Have your say below...
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