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LNTUP’s Premier League Team Of The Week

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The gameweek of Premier League had seen various dramatic moments in the midweek. Many star players were benched as well as many new players showed their talents.

Here lies the team of the week of Premier League :

LUKASZ FABIANSKI (SWANSEA CITY) ;

Fabianski has made 60 saves in the Premier League this season, more than any other ‘keeper. His latest outing saw him keep Chelsea down to one goal at Stamford Bridge.

Fabianski
Fabianski

JONJOE KENNY (EVERTON) :

Kenny created a team-high two goal-scoring chances for his Everton team-mates in a 4-0 mauling of West Ham, including one assist.

ANTONIO RUDIGER (CHELSEA) :

Rudiger scored his first Premier League goal in his 10th appearance in the competition as Chelsea edged their way to a 1-0 victory over Swansea.

ANDREAS CHRISTENSEN (CHELSEA) :

Of players to attempt 40+ passes on MD14, Christensen was the only one to complete all of his (45//45). His efforts helped Chelsea to a hard-fought victory and an important clean sheet.

ASHLEY YOUNG (MANCHESTER UNITED) :

Young scored his first Premier League brace at Vicarage Road since October 2006, while playing for Watford as a 21-year-old (v Fulham), as Manchester United recorded a 4-2 victory over the Hornets.

KEVIN DE BRUYNE (MANCHESTER CITY) :

Since his Premier League debut for Manchester City in September 2015, De Bruyne has had a hand in 51 goals in the competition (17 goals, 34 assists), more than any other midfielder in that time.

IDRISSA GUEYE (EVERTON) :

Gueye has made more tackles (51) and attempted more passes (694) than any other Everton player in the Premier League this season. His latest dogged display helped to see the Toffees past West Ham.

MOHAMED SALAH (LIVERPOOL) :

Salah’s haul of 12 goals in his first 14 Premier League games for Liverpool is a club record. He netted two late efforts after stepping off the bench in the Reds’ 3-0 victory away at Stoke.

WAYNE ROONEY (EVERTON) :

Rooney’s hat-trick against West Ham came 2272 days since his last treble (September 10, 2011) – the longest gap between two hat-tricks by a player in Premier League history.

MESUT OZIL (ARSENAL) :

Ozil had a hand in three goals in a single Premier League game for the first time in his career (one goal, two assists) as Arsenal made light work of Huddersfield in a 5-0 victory at Emirates Stadium.

OLIVIER GIROUD (ARSENAL) :

Giroud has scored 16 goals as a substitute in the Premier League, the fourth highest tally in the competition (Jermain Defoe 23, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Kanu 17). He boosted that tally with a double against Huddersfield.