Premier League Team of the Week: De Bruyne and Silva shine for City

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GEOFF CADDICK
Manchester City's playmaking deadly duo were both in fine form as the club ran to a dominant 4-0 win over Swansea


DAVID DE GEA | MANCHESTER UNITED


David De Gea Manchester United Premier League

The Spanish international made seven saves in preserving his team's clean sheet against Bournemouth.


SERGE AURIER | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR


Serge Aurier Harry Kane Moussa Sissoko Tottenham Premier League

Aurier opened the scoring for Spurs at Wembley, while only Son Heung-Min (4) and Harry Kane (10) had more shots than him (3).


HARRY MAGUIRE | LEICESTER CITY


Harry Maguire Leicester City Premier League

Maguire made more clearances than any other Leicester player at St. Mary's (4) as the Foxes romped to victory against Southampton.


ANGELO OGBONNA | WEST HAM


Angelo Ogbonna Alvaro Morata West Ham Chelsea Premier League

Ogbonna made three blocks against Arsenal; the most of any West Ham player. His defending helped the Hammers claim a valuable point as they shut out Arsene Wenger's stars.


CHARLIE DANIELS | BOURNEMOUTH


Charlie Daniels Bournemouth Premier League

Daniels made more clearances (5) and recoveries (12) than any other Bournemouth player at Old Trafford. 


KEVIN DE BRUYNE | MANCHESTER CITY


Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City Premier League

De Bruyne scored once and made two key passes for Manchester City at the Liberty Stadium. 


DAVID SIVLA | MANCHESTER CITY


David Silva Manchester City Premier League

David Silva scored with both of his shots on target in City's 4-0 win away at Swansea. . 


JACK WILSHERE | ARSENAL


Jack Wilshere Arsenal Premier League

Wilshere completed 92 per cent of his passes against West Ham, of which he attempted 61.


WILLIAN | CHELSEA


Willian Chelsea Premier League

Willian was directly involved in all three of Chelsea's goals against Huddersfield, scoring once and assisting the other two. 


SHINJI OKAZAKI | LEICESTER CITY


Shinji Okazaki Leicester City Premier League

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Okazaki (5) had more shots on target than opponents' Southampton (4), netting two goals from those attempts.. 


SON HEUNG-MIN | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR


Heung-Min Son Tottenham Premier Leauge

The South Korean scored Spurs' second of the game and also made two key passes against Brighton.

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