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Presenting Your Premier League/FA Cup Team Of The Weekend

Presenting Your Premier League/FA Cup Team Of The Weekend
By Balls Team Updated

It was a strange weekend of English football: there were 3 FA Cups routs and a few intriguing results among the Premier League's more average teams. Even Emre Can scored.

Here's our combined team of the weekend.

GK - Claudio Bravo

Something very improbably happened yesterday when Man City took on Middlesbrough: a Claudio Bravo cleansheet. Boro may be a shambles but Bravo wins his place in the Team of the Week on merit.

RB - Hector Bellerin

The future Barcelona player proved his immense class again last night against Lincoln. The Camp Nou is calling.

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CB - Harry Maguire

Hull City are only two points away from Crystal Palace in 17th place on the back of their win over Swansea yesterday. Maguire played a big role in the Hull win and the dream of promotion lives on.

CB - Steve Cook

Apple CEO Steve Cook followed up another strong performance in the centre of the Bournemouth win against West Ham with a mediocre appearance on Goals On Sunday today. Bournemouth look likely to survive this season and Cook has played a big role in keeping goals out of the Bournemouth net.

MF - Josh King

The Norweigan followed up a missed penalty with his first Premier League hat trick. Not bad a day at the office.

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MF - Son Heung-Min

Spurs fans looked nervous when Harry Kane hobbled off in the 10th minute but Son's hat trick helped Spurs to a 6-0 thrashing of lowly Millwall. That his hat trick shut up Millwall's racist fans was even sweeter.

MF - Alexis Sanchez

Sanchez wiped that smirk from his face, scoring a truly sublime goal for Arsenal as they romped home to a 5-0 win against Lincoln. It was further proof that Arsenal are bonkers to consider selling him.

F -Oumar Niasse

If Hull can survive, Oumar Niasse's two goals off the bench yesterday will be remembered fondly at the KC Stadium. He has earned the supersub tag.

F - Sergio Aguero

Aguero scored again yesterday for City yesterday, and despite tepid treatment from Guardiola this season, he remains one of the best 5 goalscorers in the Premier League.

 

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