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Lewis Ambrose

📸 Premier League Team of the Weekend: Matchweek 12


Goalkeeper

Ben Foster (Watford)

Another fine display from Foster, who makes the team for a second consecutive week.


Defence

George Baldock (Sheffield Utd)

OK, his goal was fortuitous, but Baldock was brilliant in north London and fully deserves his place in the side.

Jonny Evans (Leicester)

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A rock at the back against Arsenal. Calm on the ball, Evans also helps Leicester pour pressure on opposition sides. This is turning into a spectacular season from the Northern Irishman.

Ben Mee (Burnley)

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Sébastien Haller is one of the best target men in the country but he didn’t get a sniff at Burnley on Saturday, thanks to the efforts of Mee and defensive partner James Tarkowski.

Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)

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A stunning assist for Mohamed Salah capped a brilliant display at Anfield.


Midfield

Christian Pulisic (Chelsea)

And just like that, Pulisic is in top form. A bright showing on Saturday could have brought more than the one goal he netted as Chelsea took all three points.

Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool)

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Does this guy ever run out of gas? Apparently not. On top of that, his quick feet helped Liverpool escape from pressure and break into space on numerous occasions.

Tom Davies (Everton)

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A super display for Everton, who earned a much-needed win. Davies bossed midfield and got himself on the scoresheet, too.

Raheem Sterling (Man City)

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Sterling ended up on the losing side on Sunday but that takes nothing away from his sensational performance. The jeers from the home crowd did nothing to put him off and he was absolutely unstoppable in the second half.


Attack

Gerard Deulofeu (Watford)

A fine goal, then an assist. The result? Watford’s first Premier League win of the season! And they have the Spaniard to thank.

Jamie Vardy (Leicester)

He. Can’t. Stop. Scoring.