Premier League Team of the Week: Hazard & Lacazette star in Best XI

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The in-form Chelsea forward continued his fine goalscoring form this weekend, while his Arsenal counterpart struck twice against Fulham

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    #1 Hugo Lloris | GK | Tottenham

    Lloris made five saves in preserving Spurs' clean sheet at home to Cardiff (1-0 victory).
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    #2 Kieran Trippier | RB | Tottenham

    Trippier completed 60% of his crosses from open play in Spurs' win against Cardiff (3/5).
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    #3 Willy Boly | CB | Wolves

    Boly made more tackles (4) and blocks (1) than any other Wolves player in their win at Selhurst Park. 
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    #4 Nathan Ake | CB | Bournemouth

    The Dutchman won 100% of his duels in the Cherries' victory against Watford (4/4), including both aerial duels (2/2). 
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    #5 Adam Smith | LB | Bournemouth

    Smith completed 91% of his passes at Vicarage Road (35 attempted), while also making three clearances and two recoveries. 
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    #6 Eric Dier | CM | Tottenham

    Dier scored Spurs' winning goal against Cardiff, while also recovering possession on eight occasions; a team-high total.
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    #7 Ross Barkley | CM | Chelsea

    Barkley completed 94% of his passes (51 attempted), while also netting his first Premier League goal since May 2017 (v Watford).
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    #8 David Brooks | RW | Bournemouth

    Brooks opened the scoring for Bournemouth at Vicarage Road, netting his second goal in as many Premier League outings.
  9. #9 Gylfi Sigurdsson | CAM | Everton

    In addition to scoring the winner, no Everton player had more shots (4) or made more key passes (4) than Sigurdsson.
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    #10 Eden Hazard | LW | Chelsea

    Eden Hazard scored and assisted in a Premier League game for the first time since October 2016 (also v Southampton).
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    #11 Alexandre Lacazette | ST | Arsenal

    The Frenchman scored with both of his shots on target against Fulham, taking his scoring tally to four for the 2018-19 PL campaign.