Man Utd trio join hat-trick hero Deulofeu to lead the Premier League Team of the Week

Comments()
Getty Images
Red Devils defenders account for three slots after their shutout against Liverpool, whilst Watford's frontmen shone against Cardiff

  1. Clint Hughes

    Jonas Lossl | Huddersfield

    Jonas Lossl made 10 saves against Newcastle in Huddersfield's 2-0 defeat at St James' Park; only David De Gea has made more in a single game this season (11 v Spurs).

  2. Getty Images

    Ashley Young | Manchester United

    No Man Utd player had more touches (63) or made more passes (44) than Ashley Young in their 0-0 draw versus Liverpool.

  3. Getty Images

    Victor Lindelof | Manchester United

    Victor Lindelof made more clearances than any of his Man Utd teammates in their 0-0 draw with Liverpool at Old Trafford.

  4. Richard Heathcote

    Chris Smalling | Manchester United

    Chris Smalling had a passing accuracy of 89.3% in Man Utd's draw with Liverpool, also helping the Red Devils keep a clean sheet.

  5. Getty Images

    Sead Kolasinac | Arsenal

    Sead Kolasinac gained possession on 10 occasions and made two blocks as he helped Arsenal to a 2-0 victory over Southampton.

  6. Getty Images

    Robert Snodgrass | West Ham

    Robert Snodgrass created eight chances for his teammates on MD27; two more than any other player, with one of them ending in a goal.

  7. Getty Images

    Matt Ritchie | Newcastle

    Matt Ritchie whipped in 13 crosses against Huddersfield, with six of them coming via open play; more than any of his Newcastle teammates.

  8. Getty Images

    Miguel Almiron | Newcastle

    No Newcastle player had more shots on target (3) or created more chances (6) than Miguel Almiron against Huddersfield.

  9. Getty

    Gerard Deulofeu | Watford

    Gerard Deulofeu became the first Watford player to score a top-flight hat-trick since Mark Falco in October 1986.

  10. Getty Images

    Troy Deeney | Watford

    Troy Deeney scored two goals and provided one assist in Watford's 5-1 win over Cardiff - the second time he's done so in 2019 (also v Bournemouth).

  11. Getty

    Wilfried Zaha | Crystal Palace

    Wilfried Zaha has scored in three consecutive league appearances for the first time ever.