Artur Boruc - GK
It was not exactly a bumper weekend for Premier League goalkeeping but Boruc notched up another clean sheet as Bournemouth ascended to 11th place.
3 Points I could not have asked for a better anniversary present from the @afcbournemouth lads. Thanks to everyone for all your kind words
— Jeff Mostyn (@jeffmostyn) March 18, 2017
Eric Bailly - RB
It was an eventful day for the Ivorian who played out wide with Mourinho opting for Smalling and Jones in the middle. Bailly was his usual marauding self and nearly got a bite from Rudy Gestede for his worries.
We knew how to work seriously and suffer until the last minute. Three points well earned. pic.twitter.com/5CaTCVSO6T
— Eric Bailly (@ericbailly24) March 19, 2017
David Luiz - CB
It was another buoyant performance for Luiz in the centre of the Chelsea defence as Chelsea beat Stoke 2-1 yesterday.
— EPL Statman (@EPLStatman) March 19, 2017
Craig Dawson- CB
Dawson took the goalscoring limelight away from fellow centreback Gareth McAuley for one weekend anyway, scoring a brilliant brace against hapless Arsenal.
— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) March 18, 2017
Everton are the form side in the Premier League right now and Baines was very effective after returning to the Toffees defense.
Can was the consensus MOTM from Liverpool fans after their enthralling draw with City at the Etihad. He has a hit a rich vein of form for Liverpool this spring and proving invaluable with Jordan Henderson on the sidelines.
Emre Can been good again. Love that he's re-found form.
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) March 19, 2017
Another day, another afternoon of relentless energy from Kante, and most importantly another Chelsea victory.
And still he remains humble.
Kante: "I'm flourishing but I don't feel like the best player in the Premier League. There are a lot of good players.“ [Telefoot]
— ⭐️ Chels HQ ⭐️ (@Chels_HQ) March 19, 2017
Eriksen's first half goal eased any doubts that Spurs would be useless without Harry Kane. He remains one of the Premier League's most consistent goalscoring midfielders.
Five of Christian Eriksen's six Premier League goals this season have been scored with his left foot.
He's right footed.
— Oliver Young-Myles (@OMyles90) March 19, 2017
Mahrez is one of the many Leicester players whose form has magically transformed under Craig Shakespeare. He scored the opener against West Ham yesterday
2 - Riyad Mahrez has scored as many PL goals in 3 games under Craig Shakespeare, as he had in his final 22 under Claudio Ranieri. Upturn.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 18, 2017
Carroll retained his brilliant form this season, with an assist on Lanzini's goal. He created chaos again.
— FourFourTwo (@FourFourTwo) March 18, 2017
The best striker in the Premier League this season. Who knows where he'll be playing next season but Lukaku added another brace yesterday and made history in the process.
✅ 1st to score 20 PL goals
✅ 1st Everton player to score 20 goals in PL season
✅ 4th player to score 80+ PL goals before 24 pic.twitter.com/cVU01dOCkA
— SPORF (@Sporf) March 18, 2017