Nine scheduled fixtures successfully took off on Saturday and Sunday with Manchester United and Brentford to conclude the week 35 on Monday night.
And on the quest for the English Premier League team of the week, here is our team based on the handled results so far at the courtesy of sofascore statistics.
Jordan Pickford (Everton)
Pickford earned our utmost respect this week putting up smiles on ‘the Toffees’ after guiding them to a narrow victory against Chelsea on Sunday. He summoned 5-saves, 2-high claims, a clean sheet, and most importantly the man of the match honor. He practically gave Frank Lampard a momentum to work on their remaining games.
Rob Holding (Arsenal) Center-back
Rob’s influence on Gunner’s defense unit on Sunday extended their Champions League dream at the expanse of West Ham United. He was on target, sighted 7-clearances, 3-blocked shots, and was the highest-rated player in the team.
Nathan Ake (Left-back), Ruben Dias (Center-back), and Joao Cancelo (Right-back) Man. City
The Cityzen trio are the other three in this week’s defense. They were good cover to Ederson ensured he was hardly noticed without fluctuations at back. Ake was on target, Dias assisted, and Cancelo with a clearance off the line.
Rodri (Man. City)
The Spaniard ensured he wasn’t left behind on the score sheet, the second time in a row in the PL, gave ‘the Cityzen’ the lead in the 13th minute along with pass accuracy of 96.7% and other relevant stats.
Naby Keita (Liverpool)
Kieta expressed himself in the midfield, showed up where he was needed most, and was the only scorer of that faithful day giving Liverpool a huge boost in their pursuit of the League title.
Oriol Romeu (Southampton)
Early response from Romeu gave the ‘Saints’ something to hold on to but quite unfortunate at the end of the match. However, his performance caught many and had the highest ratings against Crystal Palace.
The definition of quality is exactly what Son portrayed against Leicester City. He was involved in all Spurs’ goals – a brace, and an assist in keeping their European dream alive.
Phil Foden (Man. City)
Foden unlocked the Leeds team with exquisite skills specifically 2-assists, 4-key passes, 2-created chances, and a quite few. He was magical.
Gabriel Jesus (Man. City)
Simply clinical, the Brazilian showed some lethal finishes and touches at the pocket of Leeds United. Grab a goal, his 6th in three games, and stats of 5-key passes, 8-won ground duels, and 4-received fouls.
Note: If per advantage there are improved performance in Manchester United and Brentford clash, we will surely update it.