AGUERO STARS AS CECH SAVES ARSENAL – PREMIER LEAGUE TEAM OF THE WEEK

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PETR CECH | Arsenal

 

Yet again came up with the goods when the Gunners needed him the most as he made two stunning saves to deny Joselu in the second half.

DARYL JANMAAT | Newcastle

 

Strong defensively on the right-hand side and got forward well to provide the assist for Gino Wijnaldum’s winning goal.

VIRGIL VAN DIJK | SOUTHAMPTON

 

Put in a strong showing on the right-hand side of the Saints’ back three and gave Victor Anichebe no opportunities to test Fraser Forster.

JOHN TERRY | CHELSEA

 

Recovered from scoring an own goal early in the second period to lead the Blues to a point as he popped up in the Everton box to equalise in the 98th minute.

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CHARLIE DANIELS | BOURNEMOUTH

 

As well as being strong in defence the left-back combined brilliantly with Marc Pugh to terrorise the Canaries defence and got a deserved goal from the penalty spot.

CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN | TOTTENHAM

 

Put to bed a recent scoring drought to net twice as Mauricio Pochettino’s side further cemented their place in the top four.

JAMES WARD-PROWSE | SOUTHAMPTON

 

The England Under-21 international got the Saints off to a perfect start with a stunning free-kick before doubling his tally with a well-taken penalty.

CESC FABREGAS | CHELSEA

 

Looked back to his best after being deployed as a No.10 as he laid on Diego Costa for the home side’s first goal before finding the net himself just seconds later.

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JONJO SHELVEY | NEWCASTLE

 

Immediately endeared hiimself to the St. James’ Park faithful with a superb passing display from midfield, with his diagonal balls a particular highlight.

KEVIN MIRALLAS | Chelsea

 

Rewarded manager Roberto Martinez for handing him a rare start with a superb display down the left-hand side at Stamford Bridge, with the Belgian capping his performance with a fine second-half strike.

SERGIO AGUERO | MANCHESTER CITY

 

Clinical in front of goal as he found the net twice before unselfishly laying on David Silva for City’s fourth at the Etihad Stadium.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Immediately endeared hiimself to the St. James’ Park faithful with a superb passing display from midfield, with his diagonal balls a particular highlight.