Its that time of the week again, we’ve had a number of interesting results this week and with some outstanding performances to go with them, which players have managed to earn their way into this weeks dream team.
Brad Friedel (Aston Villa) – Has a great game in goal at Villa Park pulling off a number of top draw saves and providing a much needed confidence boost to his defensive line at the Midlands club earned a well deserved point, drawing 0-0 at home to high flying Chelsea.
Ashley Cole (Chelsea) – Was once again a menace down the left hand side all afternoon against Villa while the Stamford Bridge club couldn’t make the break through, the former Arsenal man kept the defensive structure needed to keep out the Midlands club and earned a well deserved point in a 0-0 draw at Villa Park.
Habib Beye (Aston Villa) – Another member of the strong Aston Villa rearguard as the Senegal international made one of his best Premier League performances to date, working tirelessly and carrying out his defensive duties perfectly, providing further reason why Villa were fully deserved of their point against Chelsea.
Fabricio Coloccini (Newcastle) – Struggled in the early stages as the Newcastle defence conceded two goals in the first half against Wigan but the Argentinean improved considerably through the game providing a number of crucial tackles, capping off his performance by grabbing a dramatic equaliser for the Toon in the dying minutes.
Charles N’Zogbia (Wigan) – Came back to haunt his old club Newcastle as St James’ Park this weekend as the Frenchman grabbed the first two goals of the game in what turned out to be a very entertaining 2-2 draw in the North East.
Tom Huddlestone (Tottenham) – A commanding presence in the Spurs midfield all afternoon making it difficult for the Cottagers midfield to gain any momentum during the game. The England international rounded off his performance by controversially converting a Gareth Bale corner to give the North London side a well earned 2-1 away to Fulham.
Nani (Manchester United) – One of the few bright sparks in what was a very disappointing day at Old Trafford for United as the Portuguese star scored one and set up striker Javier Hernandez in their lacklustre 2-2 draw to newly promoted West Brom.
Seamus Coleman (Everton) – The young Irishman was an unstoppable force down the wing against rivals Liverpool as his pace and trickery on the ball was a worry for the Red’s defence all afternoon, capping off his performance by setting up striker Tim Cahill for Everton’s opener in what was a memorable 2-0 win for the Toffees.
Chris Brunt (West Brom) – Provided yet another great performance fot the Baggies as the Scottish international set up both of West Brom’s goals at Old Trafford as they came from two goals down to earn a point against Manchester United.
Marouane Chamakh (Arsenal) – The 26 year old had a highly talked about performance at the Emirates as he controversially won a penalty to pull the Gunners level against Birmingham and then later scored the winner in what was another unconvincing home performance for Arsene Wenger’s side.
Carlos Tevez (Manchester City) – Not the best performance from both Manchester City and its captain Carlo Tevez but the Argentinean showed his world class quality has he converted two chances into two goals to give Manchester City all three points in a hard fought 3-2 victory away to Blackpool.
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