A fascinating week for all Premier League fans across the globe as the title could still slip away from Chelsea if they make more rotten mistakes in the run, and while speaking of that the road to a top-4 blew wide open after Manchester United won at home against the leaders.
Simon Mignolet (Liverpool): Liverpool bagged three crucial points against the Baggies after a hard fought victory and a lot thanks to their goalkeeper Simon Mignolet who is improving every single day after the arrival of Karius.
Jesus Navas (Manchester City): Pep has found right winger in the form as a right back in Jesus Navas as the Spaniard is trying to settle in his fellow countryman replacing Zabaleta in a fight to cement the top-4 position from this stage. Navas’s pace and crossing instinct have paved huge for them in surging their quest back.
Marcos Rojo (Manchester United): Rojo had been a brilliant servant at defense this week as they successfully kept a clean sheet and keep United in the top-4 hunt. Rojo had always been a sufferer of the ifs and buts after his move to United, but last week was his perfect chance to get back in the lineup.
Vincent Company (Manchester City): Injuries have curtailed his number of appearances over the years, but no one can question his ability, as he scored the opening goal of City from a set-piece and continued with a commanding position at the back.
Jose Holebas (Watford): Holebas was part of the solid defense where Swansea couldn’t feed anything right. Watford’s win moved them to the top half of the Premier League table and gave further problems for Swansea as they now seek Premier League football come next season.
Ander Herrera (Manchester United): The man behind the team when the team required him the most. This season’s most underrated player for Manchester United set apart from the rest as he controlled the midfield with his sublime passing. He is absolutely Mourinho’s biggest asset and he knows that more than anyone on the pitch.
Ross Barkley (Everton): A difficult week at a pub followed by some wonderful performances, this has been the case for the Everton playmaker. Was pivotal in the build up for Everton as Barkley was involved on all three goals from the build up itself.
Moussa Dembele (Spurs): Spurs were a treat to watch this week as the 4-0 scoreline was an under-estimation of what Spurs can achieve as many would wonder why they didn’t get more goals. Dembele was at the heart of midfield and didn’t allow the Cherries to cross the center line.
Xherdan Shaqiri (Stoke City): The best two things about Stoke City by a country mile is Xherdan Shaqiri’s passing and Xherdan Shaqiri’s dribbling as he controlled the game with ease. He has surely started showing what he had been missing for Bayern Munich during his time.
Harry Kane (Spurs): Kane was too good in attack as Spurs dominated a fragile Bournemouth defense which could become much pivotal in their run to a league title if Chelsea slips.
Marcos Rashford (Manchester United): You give Zlatan some rest for the midweek encounter a get a child on for him. Oh by the way, the child’s name is Marcos Rasford and he simply can dominate the attack as at times he looked like the boss. A future armband holder maybe?
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