Premier League team of the week: Sportsrush decides top 11 players after the end of the game-week 4 after considering all match performances.
This game-week showed great set of matches and high number of goals and intense individual performances. Some were match winning and some showed great impact.
Liverpool had a great game against Burnley. The Reds scored three past the home team to seal their 1st spot, while Manchester City are just two points away.
On the other hand, rest of the top-6 sides have dropped points, with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspurs ended the match on a 2-2 draw after an intense battle at the Emirates.
Meanwhile, Manchester United once again dropped points after drawing against Southampton, and Chelsea had a 2-2 draw against Sheffield United.
At one hand, this game-week was a goal-fest for the Premier League clubs but four teams have been able to maintain clean-sheets against their opponents.
Overall, the matches did not affect the table massively, as Liverpool and Manchester City are at the same position. However, points dropped by Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United have given some advantage to Leicester City and Crystal Palace.
After all the action, The Sportsrush presents you the team of the week, after analysing all the performances by the teams, and picking certain individuals, who made a significant impact.
The Sportsrush Premier League team of the week.
Ederson (Manchester City): The Manchester City goalkeeper had a great game against Brighton, and have managed to earn a clean-sheet for the first time since the first game-week.
Trent Alexander Arnold (Liverpool): The English International had a phenomenal game against Burnley, and who can forget his wonderful goal against the Clarets to give the initial success to the Reds. Additionally, he has the most number of tackles (3) in the game.
Issa Diop (West Ham): Diop was a crucial player in West Ham’s victory against Norwich City. The French International helped Lukasz Fabianski to get a clean-sheet.
Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool): Liverpool were once again solid defensively and frustrated Burnley throughout the game. It was only matter of time, before Virgil van Dijk resumed his place in my team of the week.
Arthur Masuaka (West Ham): Masuaka was player of the match for West ham against Norwich City, as he had 92% successful pass rate, created three chances and gave one assist to see his team win.
Youri Tielemans (Leicester City): Tielemans was influential for Leicester City’s win against Bournemouth after he scored a goal and gave an assist to make his side win to be in the top-4 of the table.
Scott Mctominay (Manchester United): Although, Manchester United dropped points, Mctominay had a great game against Southampton, and also gave an assist to Daniel James, which might have been the winner for the Red Devils only if they had not conceded later.
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City): The Belgian International had a great game against Brighton. De Bruyne scored a goal and gave an assist to make his side win and had 88% successful pass rate.
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City): The Argentine International is once again in the team of the week, after scoring a brace and giving an assist in the game. Certainly, it was the man of the match performance by Aguero.
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City): The English International is on a scoring spree, as he scored two goals against Bournemouth and gave an assist to Youri Tielemans to win the game.
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool): The Brazilian star is on a great form and scored against Burnley and gave an assist to Sadio Mane to make his side win in order to remain at the top of the table.
Ederson; Alexander Arnold, Diop, Van Dijk, Masuaka; Teielemans, Mctominay, De Bruyne; Aguero, Vardy, Firmino