Premier League Team of the Week: Kane breaks another record as Ox shines

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The Tottenham striker became his club's all-time leading Premier League goalscorer, while the Liverpool winger dazzled against Manchester City

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    Kasper Schmeichel | Leicester City

    Schmeichel made an impressive seven saves in Leicester's 0-0 draw with current Premier League champions Chelsea; more saves than any other keeper on Match Day 23.
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    Craig Dawson | West Brom

    Craig Dawson scored his 11th goal for the Baggies in the Premier League; only Gareth McAuley has scored more from defence for West Brom (15).
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    Jonny Evans | West Brom

    Evans netted his second league goal of the season in opening the scoring in West Brom's 2-0 win over Brighton – only once previously has he scored more in a Premier League campaign (three in 2012/13 for Man Utd). 
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    Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

    Robertson made the most tackles and most clearances of any Liverpool player as they beat Manchester City 4-3, ending their unbeaten run at 30 games.
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    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain | Liverpool

    Oxlade-Chamberlain scored his third goal of the season - his best individual tally in a campaign - and laid on an assist as the Reds swept Manchester City aside.
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    Manuel Lanzini | West Ham

    Manuel Lanzini scored his first ever brace in the Premier League, on what was his 78th appearance in the competition.
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    James Ward-Prowse | Southampton

    James Ward-Prowse netted his first brace in the Premier League since January 2016 (v West Brom), which was his only previous one in the competition.
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    Son Heung-Min | Tottenham

    Son Heung-min became only the second player to score in five consecutive home Premier League matches for Spurs, after Jermain Defoe in 2004.
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    Marko Arnautovic | West Ham

    Arnautovic had a hand in three goals in a single Premier League game for the first time in his career (one goal, two assists).
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    Callum Wilson | Bournemouth

    Wilson scored his sixth goal of the season in his 100th appearance for Bournemouth as they beat Arsenal, and laid on the first assist of his Premier League career for Jordon Ibe's winner.
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    Harry Kane | Tottenham

    Harry Kane’s second goal in Spurs' 4-0 demolition of Everton was his 98th in the Premier League, making him Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time record scorer in the competition.