The Premier League coming back from the international break once again produced some exhilarating stuff this weekend with 10 games all over the country entertaining fans across the world. With not too much left in the season to play every game, every point and ever goal become very important and there were plenty of such moments this weekend.
There were a number of top class performances from players from various clubs and it was a feast to watch them play at their best in this round. Here is the Team of the Week for the Premier League Round 32:
Ben Foster (West Bromwich Albion):
Did exceptionally well to earn his team a point as he kept a clean sheet after saving as many as 6 shots from the Black Cats on the night in a memorable performance for the shot stopper.
Hector Bellerin (Arsenal):
The Spanish full-back has been in tremendous form and picked himself a goal against Watford in a superb night for the Gunners.
Wes Morgan (Leicester City):
Scored the only goal on the night against Southampton and also stood tall at the back to keep the Saints away from goal in Leicester’s 1-0 victory.
Daley Blind (Manchester United):
Did what many defenders couldn’t this season as he kept Romelu Lukaku away from harms reach all night in United’s 1-0 victory over Everton.
Cesar Azpilicueta (Aston Villa):
The Chelsea left back was in sublime form against Villa as he picked up an assist and was solid at the back to help his side keep a clean sheet on the night.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea):
Scored his first Premier League goal in his first league start for the Blues and also put in a superb performance in the mid-field in Chelsea’s thumping at Villa.
Alex Iwobi (Arsenal):
Backed up his goal against Everton with a superb goal in Arsenal’s victory over Watford and was superb all game and also picked up an assist on the night.
Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City):
Showed what City were lacking in his absence as he came on and controlled at the game at will against the Cherries in a complete performance from the Belgium returning from injury.
Phillipe Coutinho (Liverpool):
Scored a sublime goal for Liverpool in the 1-1 draw against Tottenham and was also the biggest danger for the Spurs on the night at Anfield.
Put two past a helpless Aston Villa side in a complete performance from the Spanish winger who now is the joint highest scorer for Chelsea in the league this season.
Alexandre Pato (Chelsea):
More than two months after signing for the club, Pato made his first league appearance in a Chelsea shirt and marked it with a goal and an assist in an impressive performance against Aston Villa.