Premier League Team of the Week: Pogba and Eriksen lead the way

The pair delivered doubles for their respective sides and were instrumental in securing hard-fought wins

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    #1 Joe Hart | West Ham

    The England stopper made five saves in West Ham's 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge, helping the Hammers claim what could be a vital point in their Premier League survival hopes. 
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    #2 Cedric Soares | Southampton

    Cedric assisted both goals for Southampton against Arsenal, with each coming either side of half time. However, it was not enough for Southampton, as they fell 3-2 to the Gunners and remain in the relegation zone. 
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    #3 Dejan Lovren | Liverpool

    Lovren made eight clearances for Liverpool at Goodison Park; at least twice as many as any of his team-mates and doing his part as the Reds secured a scoreless draw against Everton in the Merseyside Derby. 
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    #4 Florian Lejeune | Newcastle United

    Lejeune made four interceptions and one block; both team-highs in Newcastle's win 2-1 at Leicester.
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    #5 Terence Kongolo | Huddersfield Town

    The Dutchman created two goal-scoring chances against Brighton, while no other player made more for David Wagner's side.
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    #6 Cesc Fabregas | Chelsea

    Fabregas made five key passes and led Chelsea in passes made (98) against West Ham.
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    #7 Mousa Dembele | Tottenham Hotspur

    Dembele completed 94 per cent of his passes at the Bet365 Stadium; the best percentage of any starter for Spurs.
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    #8 Paul Pogba | Manchester United

    Pogba netted twice in Manchester United's comeback win at the Etihad over their local rivals, with just 97 seconds between his two finishes. 
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    #9 Christian Eriksen | Tottenham Hotspur

    Eriksen netted both goals and also made two key passes in Spurs' 2-1 win against Stoke, which moved them level on points with third-placed Liverpool
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    #10 Ayoze Perez | Newcastle United

    The Spaniard was directly involved in both of Newcastle's goals against Leicester, assisting one and scoring the second.
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    #11 Danny Welbeck | Arsenal

    Welbeck scored twice and assisted the other goal in Arsenal's 3-2 victory against Southampton.