The Premier League never ceases to amaze with the amount of quality in the clubs all around the country. This weekend in the domestic league, there were plenty of performances that caught the eye of the fans from different games. There were winners and losers from this weekend but the amount of effort put in by the players can never be doubted.
Here is the Team of the Week from the Premier League Round 31:
Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City):
Made a number of superb saves against the Baggies as he held on to a clean sheet to give the Foxes three important points this weekend.
Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur):
Provided the assist for Kane’s first goal and was a constant presence in the final third for the Spurs in their victory over the Cherries.
Fernandez (Swansea City):
Scored his first goal for the club and also held on to the lead pretty well as Swansea took all three points from Villa and steered themselves to safety.
Daley Blind (Manchester United):
The best defender in the Manchester derby, Blind stuck to his task well and played out a solid game to help his side put a clean sheet and take all three points.
Hector Bellerin (Arsenal):
Set up Iwobi for the goal against Everton and was superb all night at both ends of the field as Arsenal took all three points from the trip to the Goodison Park.
Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea):
The man of the match on the night against the Hammers, Fabreagas scored from a sublime free-kick before adding another from the spot in the 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.
Sadio Mane (Southampton):
Played only the second half at the St Marys but ran away with the game as he used his pace and strength to score a brace giving Southampton all three points from a great com-back against Liverpool.
Alex Iwobi (Arsenal):
Scored a brilliant goal at the end of a swift counter attack as he marked his debut with the winner at the Goodison Park in a stellar performance.
Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City):
Superb performance once again from Leicester’s star winger, Mahrez scored the winner against the Eagles and could have had more in an assured game for the Algerian national.
Graziano Pelle (Southampton):
Scored the all important equalizer against Liverpool and was a constant threat for the Liverpool back four who found it hard to handle him under pressure.
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur):
Opened the scoring under a minute against the Cherries and added another later in the game as he took his team to victory and sees himself level with Vardy as the top scorer of the league.