That time of the week again to take a look at the standout performers from the past weekend in the Premier League – Team Of The Week 4.
Rui Patricio – Wolves
A first victory for Wolves in the league this season and a first clean sheet too. The Portuguese stopper continues to impress for the Premier League new boys.
Kyle Walker – Man City
A super strike from the England international sealed all 3 points for Pep Guardiola’s men against a stubborn Newcastle side.
Craig Cathcart – Watford
The Hornets perfect start to the season continues thanks to a Cathcart winner against Spurs. Watford were well worth their win too.
Terence Kongolo – Huddersfield Town
The Terriers managed to hold Everton to a surprise draw at Goodison Park as Kongolo was part of an impressive defence which restricted the Toffees to just 1 shot on target.
Jose Holebas – Watford
In Watford’s 2-1 win over Spurs, both goals came from set pieces. Both set pieces were taken by the impressive Holebas which moves him joint top of the assists chart.
Pierre Emile Hojbjerg – Southampton
The Danish midfielder scored his first ever goal for Saints to seal an impressive victory away to Crystal Palace.
Philip Billing – Huddersfield Town
The Danes dominate the midfield this week as Billing earned Huddersfield a point at Everton with his first Premier League goal.
Eden Hazard – Chelsea
Belgian playmaker Hazard looks to be getting back to his best for Chelsea. He scored against Bournemouth in a game where the Blues had to work hard to break Eddie Howe’s side down.
Troy Deeney – Watford
Deeney continues to impress for Watford and has been an influential leader this season, captaining Watford to 4 wins in a row and scoring against Spurs.
Romelu Lukaku – Man United
Lukaku showed why United splashed out £75m on him. He has now equalled his hero Didier Drogba’s Premier League goal tally, in a lot fewer appearances.
Alexandre Lacazette – Arsenal
The French striker returned to the starting line up with a bang, setting up Aubameyang and then blasting in the winner late on.
Manager – Mark Hughes – Southampton
After giving Saints, and Hughes in particular, harsh criticism the past couple of weeks, it is only fair I give credit where it’s due. Hughes’ side achieved an impressive victory away at Selhurst Park.
Player of the week – Romelu Lukaku
Lukaku stepped up when his side needed him with 2 goals in a 2-0 victory against Burnley. United needed to win this game with Jose Mourinho under immense pressure and the Belgian striker delivered his boss all 3 points.