Premier League Team of the Week – GW17

With the festive fixtures approaching, the games are coming thick and fast. Here is the Premier League Team of the Week for game week 17.

David de Gea (Manchester United)

Despite United having most of the ball against Bournemouth, it was the Cherries who had most chances, with de Gea making seven saves to keep his 10th clean sheet of the season.

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Serge Aurier (Tottenham Hotspur)

Clean sheet and a goal. Not a bad day out for a defender!

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Harry Maguire (Leicester City)

Brilliant at the back, and even grabbed himself an assist, setting up Leicester’s third goal for Andy King.

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Angelo Ogbonna (West Ham United)

Strong in the air winning two aerial battles as West Ham managed to keep a clean sheet against Arsenal.

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Luke Shaw (Manchester United)

Been out of the Manchester United side for such a long time, but maybe gave himself a chance of redemption with an energetic performance down the United left flank.

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Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

A slow start to his City career, but given an opportunity against Swansea and took it with both hands. Five key passes including an assist helped the Portuguese stake a claim for City’s festive fixtures.

David Silva (Manchester City)

Another game, another two goals, and another masterclass from the Manchester City midfield magician. Simply class!

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Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion)

Made three key passes, three tackles, four interceptions, two clearances and one block as the Polish midfielder helped West Brom keep a clean sheet against the potent attacking threat of Liverpool.

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Willian (Chelsea)

Two assists and a goal for the Brazilian as he helped Chelsea to dismantle a Huddersfield Town who have made life tough for the top teams at home.

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Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

Hadn’t scored for a while and left out of the Manchester derby, but Aguero was back to his fine form – including four dribbles, eight shots, and the fourth goal of the game against a sorry Swansea City.

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Shinji Okazaki (Leicester City)

Two goals for Leicester as Claude Puel showed Southampton fans what they were missing at St Mary’s.

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3 years ago

Willian 2 goals…really