Another fine weekend of Premier League action has come to a close, and as always, there has been some standout performers from game week 25.
Here is The Football Faithful‘s latest team of the week…
Ben Foster – Watford
A fine performance between the sticks for the Hornets, who did well to come away with a point from their game against Brighton.
Ashley Young – Man Utd
With Leicester the dominant side at the King Power – especially in the second half – Ashley Young coped well with the danger from the likes of Harvey Barnes, Jamie Vardy and James Maddison.
Fernandinho – Man City
Drafted into a more defensive role, Man City maestro Fernandinho was as impressive as ever as the champions brushed aside Arsenal 3-1.
Willy Boly – Wolves
Despite the comfortable look of the scoreline, Boly was astute at the back, making a numbers of blocks, interceptions and clearances as well as winning the majority of his aerial battles against Everton.
Declan Rice – West Ham
The youngster showed why he has been coveted by a number of top clubs, breaking up play in the centre of the park for West Ham against league leaders Liverpool in what was an impressive performance.
Paul Pogba – Man Utd
Put in a sublime ball for what would be the only goal of the game, latching onto a loose ball from Ricardo Pereira in the middle of the park, before lifting it over the Leicester backline for Marcus Rashford to score with an excellent finish.
Son Heung-Min – Tottenham
Having recently returned from international duty, Spurs looked like they would struggle to break down a resolute Newcastle defence. However, the South Korean forward would step up with just seven minutes to play to score the only goal of the game.
Eden Hazard – Chelsea
Considering Chelsea’s recent struggles, Hazard was back to his brilliant best against Huddersfield, scoring twice, including a fine goal in which he rounded Terriers ‘keeper Jonas Lossl to make it 3-0.
Raheem Sterling – Man City
Sterling was again in superb form with the England international providing two assists against Arsenal, with the pick of the bunch being the lovely first-time ball across the box for Man City’s second after Ilkay Gundogan had sent in a delicious ball over the top of the Gunners defence.
Gonzalo Higuain – Chelsea
Two goals on your home Premier League debut certainly isn’t a bad return, and when your second is as sweet-a-strike as his second goal was, you have to think that he will be a hit in England.
Sergio Aguero – Man City
A hat-trick against a top-six side – you can’t really argue with that! One of the best strikers that the Premier League has ever seen.