The English premier league continues it's match week 26 with amazing performances from various players.
Here is the premier league team of the week based on players performance this week, irrespective of their position played.
He made vital saves denying Salah and Mane. He also had a clean sheet to his name.
Manchester City defender John Stones stood firm for his side when they faced Arsenal, he left Arsenal with no penetrating space.
The Nigerian defender Ola Aina whose recent form seems to be Fulham's big hope to fight out of relegation. He was outstanding when his side faced Sheffield United.
Manchester United Left back Luke Shaw had an outstanding performance when they faced Newcastle United. He was there to support both in the defence and attack.
Manchester United playmaker Bruno Fernandes who scored a goal and also provided an assist to help his team secure a 3-1 victory over Newcastle United.
Chelsea midfield Mason Mount who looked the liveliest of the Chelsea players on the day as he constantly probed the Southampton defence in search of an opening. Won the penalty and dismissed it coolly to equalise in the second half. Continued to ask questions of the hosts’ defence in search of the winning goal and created a couple of chances that his teammates were unable to convert. Impressive yet again.
Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling whose headed goal was the only separation between Man City and Arsenal, he helped his side maintain their 10 points margin at top of the table.
Manchester United loaned player to West Ham United had Another superb showing when West Ham United faced Tottenham Hotspur, an England recall can't be far off. Took his goal brilliantly with an unstoppable left-footed effort.
Harvey Barnes provided and assist and scored a goal to help Leicester City sealed a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford had a very fine solo goal to open the scoring, using a fierce shot to the far post to sneak one by the goalkeeper. Other than that, he won a penalty that Bruno Fernandes converted.
Richarlison Worked alone up top for most of the game and scored the one major chance that came his way. Only had the one shot, but it was all Everton needed, and he worked for the next 80 minutes. Then set Calvert-Lewin free to draw the 80th minute penalty.
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