Last weekend Premier League produced two stunning comebacks as league leaders, Liverpool came from behind to defeat Aston Villa 2-1 while Manchester City maintain their pressure on Liverpool as they also defeated Southampton 2-1 at Etihad Stadium.
Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham was back to his goal-scoring form as he netted in the Blues 2-1 win over Watford while Man United and Arsenal failed to keep the pace.
Soccernet.ng randomly selected 11 players that made the Premier League Team of the week.
Ben Foster (Watford): Made eight saves, some of them brilliant, and almost spared his side defeat against Chelsea when he nearly scored a 97th-minute equalizer.
Kyle Walker (Man City): The Man who more than anyone else, turned a loss to a Southampton into a win with an assist and a winner. An excellent attacking display.
Federico Fernandez (Newcastle): Impressed while on his duties at the back but also got forward to score Newcastle’s second in the away win at West Ham.
Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester City): A commanding figure at the back yet again, the Turkish defender also scored the well-taken opener in victory at CrystalPalace.
Andrew Robertson (Liverpool): Another all-action display was capped with the emphatic header that brought Liverpool’s equalizer in the win at Aston Villa.
Leandro Trossard (Brighton): Came off the bench to have a catalytic effect against Norwich. The Belgian scored one goal and made another in a deserved win.
John Lundstram (Sheffield United): A revelation in the Premier League, he scored twice in the first half against Burnley. Showed both energy and quality.
Joao Moutinho (Wolves): Set up Raul Jimenez’s equalizer against Arsenal. The classy passer was at the heart of most things as Wolves had 24 shots.
Sadio Mane (Liverpool): His outstanding 2019 continued with a late winner at Villa Park. Once again, the Senegalese was the best of Liverpool’s feared front three.
Josh King (Bournemouth): Condemned his former club to defeat with the finest piece of the skill in the game as he showed agility and ability with a winner against Manchester United.
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea); Scored one, made one. Another fine game in a remarkable season for the man who as now established himself as Chelsea’s first-choice striker.