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My Premiership Team of the Week

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Above is my team of the week from the week-end’s Premier League games. They include:

17/11
Arsenal
5
2
Tottenham Hotspur
17/11
Manchester City
5
0
Aston Villa
17/11
Reading
2
1
Everton
17/11
Liverpool
3
0
Wigan Athletic
17/11
West Bromwich Albion
2
1
Chelsea
17/11
Newcastle United
1
2
Swansea City
17/11
Queens Park Rangers
1
3
Southampton
17/11
Norwich City
1
0
Manchester United
18/11
Fulham
1
3
Sunderland

Goalkeeper:

Norwich’s ‘keeper John Ruddy put in an excellent performance against United. His commanding display guided the Canaries to a 1-0 home win as he dealt with everything that was asked of him including a superb diving save from a curling van Persie shot.

Left-Back:

Javier Garrido of Norwich whipped in an excellent cross for the goal and continuously worked up and down the line throughout the game always looking to put balls in the box.

Left Centre-Back:

I have picked Liverpool’s Martin Skrtel as a centre half, he was solid as a rock against Wigan as he side cruised to a comfortable 3-0 win.

Right Centre-Back:

Sebastian Bassong is my second Norwich player in my back four, he put in a strong display as their defence pulled together as a unit to stop Manchester United from getting into the game.

Right-Back:

Southampton’s Nathan Clyne was instrumental in the Saint’s second goal and continued to impress throughout the game.

Left Midfield:

The ‘Baggies’ great run continues and James Morrison played incredibly down the left hand side of midfield. The winger was involved in almost everything West Brom created as his inch perfect crosses were a threat all through the game.

Left Central Midfield:

David Silva was once again instrumental in City’s 5-0 victory over Aston Villa, he makes Manchester City tick and also scored the first goal.

Right Central Midfield:

Santi Cazorla won the man of the match award after his superb display against rivals Tottenham. He was constantly probing the oppositions defence for openings and picking out clever passes, he also chipped in with the fourth goal on the hour mark.

Right Midfield:

Ben Arfa provided the only spark for a Newcastle side really missing the absence of Papiss Cissé. He looked a class above his team-mates during their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Swansea.

Left Striker:

Liverpool’s Luis Suarez scored yet another two goals as he continues his rich vain of form. Week in week out Suarez’s goals secure points for Liverpool and ease the pressure on boss Brendan Rodgers. West Brom’s Shane Long could also have been in the team after his top class performance against the European Champion’s.

Right Striker:

Adam Le Fondre earned Reading their first three points of the campaign with two goals in the second half of their match against high flying Everton. He worked hard during the first half and his rewards came after the break giving a much needed win for Brian McDermott’s men. I also could have included either Aguero or Tevez from Manchester City after they both scored two goals however, Le fondre’s performance was more important in the context of the game.

If you think any other players are deserving of a place in the side please comment below.

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Life long Derby County fan. Admin for www.thefootballreview.com

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