Gameweek 29 : Premier League Team of the Week
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Gameweek 29 : Premier League Team of the Week

Leicester go 5 points clear as the English Premier League Match week 29 wraps up, while the North London Derby between Tottenham and Arsenal ends in 2:2 draw as ten men Arsenal fought hard to keep a point.

Manchester City poured more misery on Aston Villa in a 4:0 goal galore, Chelsea continued their unbeaten run in their 1:1 stalemate against Stoke City. Liverpool grabbed a 2:1 away win over Crystal Palace while Everton lost 2:3 at home to West Ham

There were a number of top class performances that make out team of the week for this weekend. Here is the team of the week for EPL for the 29th round of fixtures:

Formation: 4-4-2

Goal Keeper:

David Ospina (Arsenal):

He made as many as 9 saves to keep the Gunners in the hunt right till the end against North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the 2-2 draw.

Defense:

Hector Bellerin (Arsenal):

The pacey Spaniard was superb at the back against Tottenham on the night and also provided the assist for Ramsey’s goal.

Virgil van Djik (Southampton):

The Southampton defender smashed home a stoppage time equalizer to give his side a point to cap off a superb display at the back against Sunderland.

Dejan Lovren (Liverpool):

Hardly put a foot wrong against Crystal Palace as he dominated his box in the air and showed why he is still rated as a very good defender in the Premier League.

Charlie Daniels (AFC Bournemouth):

Apart from scoring the last goal in the 3-1 victory Newcastle United, Daniels was superb at the back making it hard for the Magpies to create anything in the final third.

Mid-field:

Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City):

The Leicester City starlet was once again un-playable against the Baggies as he scored a stunning goal to set up the 1-0 victory and take his team 5 points clear at the top of the table.

Dimitri Payet (West Ham):

Gave Everton defenders a hard time taking a shot every chance he gets as he ran the game in the final third and picked up a goal and an assist to finish off the late comeback at the Goodison Park.

Gylfi Sigurddson (Swansea City):

Scored the only goal against Norwich City in a fine performance where he was a constant menace in the final third for the visiting Norwich City side.

David Silva (Manchester City):

Helped the Citizens to a 4-0 rout against Aston Villa as he set up two of those goals in a performance that suggested that he is back to his best.

Attack:

Sergio Aguero (Manchester City):

Missed a penalty but scored a brace in a game he seemed to enjoy against the struggling Aston Villa side this weekend.

Josh King (AFC Bournemouth):

Had his 28th-minute cross diverted past Newcastle keeper Rob Elliot for a goal and then scored again 20 minutes from time in a magnificent performance against the Magpies.

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