Premier League Team of the Week: Mahrez stars again as Chelsea and Liverpool feature

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Riyad Mahrez Manchester City 2019-20
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The Blues and Reds have two representatives each as a Manchester City star gets in the team once again

  1. Rui Patricio | Wolves

    Rui Patricio | Wolves

    The Portuguese goalkeeper made five saves, as he went on to keep a clean sheet against Watford.
  2. Ricardo Pereira | Leicester City
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    Ricardo Pereira | Leicester City

    Pereira scored Leicester's opening goal against Newcastle, while also making three tackles in the game.
  3. Gary Cahill | Crystal Palace

    Gary Cahill | Crystal Palace

    Cahill was part of the Crystal Palace defence which kept a clean sheet versus Norwich - making two interceptions and two clearances.
  4. Fikayo Tomori | Chelsea

    Fikayo Tomori | Chelsea

    Tomori made the most passes of any Chelsea player v Brighton (90), while completing 90 per cent of those.
  5. Andrew Robertson | Liverpool
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    Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

    Robertson made two of Liverpool's four blocks against Sheffield United, as they maintained a clean sheet.
  6. Georginio Wijnaldum | Liverpool
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    Georginio Wijnaldum | Liverpool

    In addition to netting the winning goal, Wijnaldum had the highest pass completion rate of any Liverpool player (98%) at Bramall Lane.
  7. Declan Rice | West Ham United

    Declan Rice | West Ham United

    Rice made more interceptions (six) and recovered possession (18) more times than any West Ham player at Bournemouth.
  8. Tanguy Ndombele | Tottenham
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    Tanguy Ndombele | Tottenham

    No Spurs player made more tackles than Ndombele against Southampton (four), with the Frenchman also opening the scoring.
  9. Riyad Mahrez | Manchester City
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    Riyad Mahrez | Manchester City

    Mahrez scored one and created a team-high five chances for Manchester City at Goodison Park.
  10. Jamie Vardy | Leicester City
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    Jamie Vardy | Leicester City

    Vardy netted twice against Newcastle, and has now scored 14 goals in the Premier League since Brendan Rodgers took charge.
  11. Willian | Chelsea

    Willian | Chelsea

    The Brazilian winger scored Chelsea's second goal against Brighton, while also making a team-high four tackles.