The Premier League this weekend once again showed why it is known as one of the best leagues in the world with some thrilling games and superb individual performances. From Lallana’s last minute winner to Aguero’s late equalizer, there were plenty of individual performances that set the stage on fire.

Here is the team of the week for Math Day 23:

Goal Keeper:

Lucas Fabianski (Swansea City):

Making save after save and commanding his penalty area, Fabianski helped the Swans hold on to a one goal lead at the Goodiosn Park to give Swansea City well deserved 3 points on Sunday.


Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea):

The Chelsea right back put in a good performance defensive giving 10 men Arsenal no space and also provided the cross for Costa’s winner capping off a good day for the Blues.

Ashley Williams (Swansea City):

Arguably the player of the week, Williams was in superb form keeping out Everton attack after attack to stay solid at the back and give the Irish outfit all three points against the Toffees.

Craig Cathcart (Watford):

Picked up his first goal in Watford colors and also kept the Newcastle front line away from harms reach for most of the game as the Hornets took all three points on the night.

Patrick van Aanholt (Sunderland):

Scored the equalizer that saw the Black Cats take a point from the Cherries and was generally astute at the back giving Bournemouth no space down his side.



Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City):

Scored his first goal of the season and Leicester’s first from outside the box and also provided an assist in a man of the match performance in the Foxes victory against the Potters.

Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur):

Nailed the goal of the year by far with his splendid strike from outside the box and also set up Chadli for another in a superb all round performance from the Spurs mid-fielder.

James Milner (Liveprool):

Showed his experience and the zeal to win a game as he scored a goal, assisted one and put in a tireless shift in the mid-field as Liverpool took all three points from the Carrow Road.


Roberto Firmino (Liverpool):

Scored a brace and picked up an assist in an impressive performance against Norwich as he is starting to show signs of settling into the life in the Premier League.

Sergio Aguero (Manchester City):

Denied by the woodwork once and scored two more as Aguero almost single handedly gave the Citizens a point against the Hammers in the 2-2 draw at Upton Park.

Enner Valencia (West Ham United):

Opened the scoring early in the game with a superb finish and was a nuisance for the Citizens all night long before picking up his second that almost sealed the three point for the Hammers.


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