Lukaku joined by Van Dijk and Gundogan to lead Premier League Team of the Week

Romelu Lukaku Manchester United 2018-19
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The Manchester United forward leads the way after netting a brace against Southampton

  1. Artur Boruc | Bournemouth
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    Artur Boruc | Bournemouth

    Boruc made eight saves for Bournemouth, keeping Manchester City to just one goal from 23 total shots.
  2. Kyle Walker | Manchester City
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    Kyle Walker | Manchester City

    Walker had more touches (131) and made more passes (114) than any other Manchester City player at Bournemouth.
  3. Craig Cathcart | Watford
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    Craig Cathcart | Watford

    Cathcart completed 97 per cent of his passes against Leicester, losing possession on just one occasion.
  4. Virgil van Dijk | Liverpool
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    Virgil van Dijk | Liverpool

    The Liverpool defender made 13 clearances in their draw against Everton; the most of any player in the game. 
  5. Luke Shaw | Manchester United
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    Luke Shaw | Manchester United

    Shaw recovered possession on four occasions and made one block in Manchester United's win at Old Trafford.
  6. Andreas Pereira | Manchester United
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    Andreas Pereira | Manchester United

    No Manchester United player created more chances than Pereira (2), who assisted one of Lukaku's two goals on the day.
  7. Ilkay Gundogan | Manchester City
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    Ilkay Gundogan | Manchester City

    The German midfielder created three chances against Bournemouth - only David Silva (4) made more for the Citizens.
  8. Declan Rice | West Ham
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    Declan Rice | West Ham

    Rice made seven tackles in West Ham's win against Newcastle, more than twice as many as any other Hammer.
  9. Romelu Lukaku | Manchester United
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    Romelu Lukaku | Manchester United

    Lukaku scored twice for Manchester United against Southampton, registering four of his team's six shots on target in the process. 
  10. Troy Deeney | Watford

    Troy Deeney | Watford

    Deeney opened the scoring for Watford against Leicester, before providing a 92nd minute assist for Andre Gray's winner.
  11. Diego Jota | Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Diego Jota | Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Jota was directly involved in both of Wolves' goals against Cardiff, scoring one and assisting another.