This week’s EPL team of the week is selected from seven teams with the most featured players from Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur respectively. And is managed by Frank Lampard.
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham)
There is no doubt Hugo Lloris was the best shot-stopper this week. With 8-saves including 5-smart stops inside the box, 2 high claims, an aerial duel, and a clean sheet enough to be in the goal post warding off competition from Jordan Pickford.
Ben Godfrey (Everton)
Consistency, resilience, and stability in defense made Everton victories against Manchester United. And Godfrey was one of the key defenders who defended Anthony Gordon’s goal with 13-clearances and several tackles.
Cristian Romero (Tottenham)
Although scored four past Aston Villa, it wasn’t an easy game. Gerrard’s men had the possession and were more than a threat but thanks to the Argentine sharpness and classic defensive techniques all efforts were futile. He made 8-clearances, 6-tackles, 7-won ground duels, and his 4th clean sheet this season.
Ben Gibson (Norwich)
A beautiful clearance off the line from the English saved Norwich City from conceding against Burnley and probable losing at Carrow Road today as they eye relegation survival.
Marcos Alonso (Chelsea)
Excellent overlapping runs and great posture in the opposition half from the Spaniard opened Chelsea’s scoring galore leading to six goals against Southampton along with 5-key passes.
Enock Mwepu (Brighton & Hove Albion)
May not be the expensive player on the field against the Gunners but the Zambian showed true class in ‘Seagulls’ midfield with a goal and an assist out of three shots and a key pass. Also registered 8-ground duels, 3-clearances, 6-interceptions, 3-tackles, and most importantly the man of the match honor.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (Leicester)
Dewsbury-Hall’s high pressing from the own half to the opposing half was such a brilliant performance from the 23-year-old. With a goal and an assist, he made the team undoubtedly.
Mason Mount (Chelsea)
Being Chelsea’s most valuable player this season, mount made such a declaration loud with a brace and an assist on Saturday with 3-sighted shots on goal, 4-won ground duels as a lone attacker.
Heung-Min Son (Tottenham)
The confidence of Son in recent times for his team is satiable, inevitable, and stunning. His positioning and delivery are always top-notch. And in this week, he had his first hat-trick of the season and 17th PL goal gunning for the Golden Boot.
Timo Werner (Chelsea)
Timo’s goals scored (3) in the EPL this season have all come from Southampton. One at Stamford Bridge in the first round and a brace at St. Mary’s Stadium on Saturday. In such a difficult moment for the Blues, he came through with the third and fifth goals this week.
Ivan Toney in a great position.
Ivan Toney (Brentford)
Combine forces with Bryan Mbeumo, the duo shared goals between them along with an assist doubling down on West Ham United at Brentford Community Stadium by nil. Toney’s work rate was noticed alongside 5-sighted key passes and 3-shots on goal.
Which player do you think should have made the team?.