Premier League Team of the Week: Iwobi & Aubameyang lead the way for Arsenal

The Gunners marked Arsene Wenger's final home game as manager with a dominant performance against Burnley

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    Thibaut Courtois | Chelsea

    Courtois made five saves in keeping a clean sheet in Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Liverpool at Stamford Bridge which kept their hopes of finishing in the top four alive.
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    Seamus Coleman | Everton

    Seamus Coleman made more touches than any other player in Everton's 1-1 draw with Southampton (73) - also winning a match high five free-kicks.
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    Zanka | Huddersfield

    Zanka helped Huddersfield keep a clean sheet at the Etihad against the Premier League champions - the first promoted side to stop Manchester City scoring at the Etihad since Reading won 2-0 in February 2007.
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    Lewis Dunk | Brighton

    Lewis Dunk made three blocks in Brighton's 1-0 win against Man Utd on Friday night - no player made more in MD37.
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    Sead Kolasinac | Arsenal

    Kolasinac found the net for the first time since October, whipping in four crosses and helping the Gunners keep a clean sheet in Arsene Wenger's last home game as Arsenal beat Burnley 5-0.
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    Mark Noble | West Ham

    Mark Noble scored his 37th Premier League goal for West Ham in the 2-0 win at Leicester; only two players have scored more for West Ham (Paolo Di Canio 47, Carlton Cole 41), with Trevor Sinclair also on 37.
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    James McArthur | Crystal Palace

    McArthur scored with his only shot against Stoke and the Crystal Palace midfielder has scored in back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since September 2016.
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    Alex Iwobi | Arsenal

    Not only did Iwobi score in Arsenal's 5-0 victory over Burnley but he provided two assists on the opening two goals.
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    Xherdan Shaqiri | Stoke

    Of players with at least 15 Premier League goals, no player has scored a higher percentage from outside the box than Xherdan Shaqiri (67%, level with David Ginola’s 14/21).
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    Andre Gray | Watford

    Andre Gray has been directly involved in seven goals in his last 11 Premier League starts for Watford (5 goals, 2 assists).
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    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang | Arsenal

    Aubameyang has scored seven league goals at the Emirates this term; the most of any Arsenal player in their first seven home appearances in the Premier League.