Gameweek seven in the English Premier League has featured some exciting matches with some exciting results and brilliant performances by some players.
Aside from the numerous goals scored in the round of matches, some players were not fortunate enough, as they saw their goals disallowed after the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) reviewed them.
1. Yerri Mina
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The Toffees thought they had taken the lead in the 85th minute when Davies laid the ball to Yerri Mina who tapped into goal.
But the visitors were disappointed when the goal was ruled for offside after a VAR check.
2. Timo Werner
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Chelsea forward Timo Werner saw a goal disallowed when the Blues took on Southampton on Saturday.
The German scored the goal in the 41st minute but the Referee cancelled the goal because Cesar Azplicueta committed a foul in the build up to the goal.
Bad Boys Of Gameweek 7
1. James Ward-Prowse
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Southampton's James Ward-Prowse was the only player who got sent off during this weekend's round of matches, making him the bad boy of the week.
The Southampton captain was shown a straight red card by Referee Martin Atkinson, after a reckless challenge on Jorginho.
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