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Team of the weekend: How can you not include more Spurs and Chelsea players?

first_img 8. Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea, attacking midfield) – His brilliance almost won Swansea the game at Old Trafford. He scored and then somehow Fernando Llorente failed to put his free-kick away in the closing moments. Sigurdsson has been involved in 21 of Swansea’s 40 Premier League goals this season 5. Pedro (Chelsea, wide forward) – His brilliance was rewarded with a goal of the season contender, with his tally standing at eight so far – his best return since the 2013/14 season when he scored 15 for Barca. At the top of the table, Tottenham and Chelsea were fantastic in their respective wins, so which players deserve a place in the team of the weekend?The Blues kept edging towards another Premier League title, while Spurs’ 2-0 win against Arsenal ensured they remained in the hunt as well as confirming they would finish above Arsenal for the first time since 1995.Meanwhile, Hull and Swansea gave themselves a fighting chance of survival.Scroll through the gallery to see the players beginning with Hull’s Eldin Jakupovic. 10. Sergio Aguero (Man City, striker) – He has scored in all three games he has played against Boro, while he also set up Gabriel Jesus for his goal. 9. Christian Eriksen (Tottenham, wide forward) – As always, a lot of good stuff comes through Eriksen and he was fantastic against Arsenal. Should have scored, but also created Alli’s goal. 7. Dele Alli: (Tottenham, attacking midfield) – Made up for his earlier miss to show quick reactions to pounce for a north London derby goal. 1. Eldin Jakupovic (Hull, goalkeeper) – scroll through the gallery to see the talkSPORT team of the weekend – He is performing superbly for Hull and his form comes at just the right time. Against Southampton he saved a penalty to earn a point. 11 6. Nemanja Matic (Chelsea, central midfield) – A colossus in the middle against Everton as Chelsea ran out comfortable winners. 11 11 11 2. Gary Cahill (Chelsea, centre-back) – Not only did he score, but he was part of a Chelsea defence that kept a first clean sheet since January. 11 11. Harry Kane (Tottenham, striker) – He won and converted the penalty against Arsenal and led the line superbly. There weren’t many opportunities for Kane, but he definitely made life hard for Gabriel and Koscielny. 4. Harry Maguire (Hull, centre-back) – His presence against Southampton earned Hull a much needed point. 11 11 11 11 11 3. Joel Matip (Liverpool, centre-back) – Immense for Liverpool against Watford. 11last_img read more