Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal all won their respective games to keep up their respective title charges, while the game at Liberty stadium witnessed a Premier League classic in a nine-goal thriller.
Here we look at some of the best players surrounding the last Premier League week.
Maarten Stekelenburg (Everton): Although the Toffees were on the losing side, Stekelenburg showed enough to earn himself into the team of the week with his massive contribution in goal. Everton could have conceded a lot more, but thanks to this goal-keeper they were at par.
Martins Indi (Stoke City): Martins Indi is finally showing some of his form that earned him a move to the premier league, and Stoke will be the gainers.
Dejan Lovren (Liverpool): Although Liverpool have had rough times in breaking through backlines in the past couple of games, it has been a positive sign for the Kopites having garnered back to back clean sheets. Lovren is a big reason as to why they have mastered their defense.
Angelo Ogbonna (West Ham): What a block it was by Angelo Ogbonna to deny Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Had it got it, it could have been no points for them at Old Trafford.
Antonio Valencia (Manchester United): Whenever the full-back plays, he does so with passion and purpose, but never loses his cool. What a pity that his manager can’t assume the same self-control.
Victor Moses (Chelsea): Moses’ deeper role in Antonio Conte’s system, especially given his midfield classification gives Chelsea the luxury to camp in the right side of the game. Victor Moses is mastering his role at the moment with sublime performances.
Leroy Fer (Swansea): The Swans eventually came out with all three points in a premier league classic that shared nine goals amongst themselves.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea): In their most important match of the season against Crystal Palace, the Icelander turned in a man of the match display. He is becoming the most important player of the Swansea side.
Wilfred Zaha (Crystal Palace): Although ending up with the losing side, Zaha was another of the key benefactors as he scored one and set up another, doubling his disappointing goal tally in the process.
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City): Aguero made amends with a brace in Manchester City’s 2-1 comeback win at Burnley. The game proved how important Aguero still is for them and what can be the result of an injury in the setting.
Alvaro Negredo (Middlesborough): The Spaniard may have done little in front of goal between the opening two weekends and the most recent one, but he is still the 10th highest-scoring striker thanks to a brace against Leicester City this week.
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