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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.

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.

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.

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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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

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