Premier League Team of the Week: Man Utd trio lead the way

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The Red Devils notched a 2-1 win over Liverpool and saw three players make the team, with Tottenham and Newcastle providing two

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    Petr Cech | Arsenal

    Saved his first penalty for Arsenal at the 16th attempt and became the first goalkeeper to keep 200 clean sheets in the Premier League in the process. 
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    Serge Aurier | Tottenham

    The Spurs full-back scored and assisted in the same league match for the first time since March 2014 for Toulouse against Reims. 
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    Chris Smalling | Manchester United

    Blocked four shots in Man Utd's win over Liverpool, more than any other player in the Premier League this weekend. 
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    Mike Van der Hoorn | Swansea City

    Made the second most blocks (three) and second most clearances (14) of all Premier League players this weekend, helping 10-man Swansea earn a clean sheet against Huddersfield.
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    Ashley Young | Manchester United

    Helped shut down the nearly-unstoppable Mohamed Salah as United earned a 2-1 win against Liverpool. 
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    Jonjo Shelvey | Newcastle

    Played a starring role for Newcastle, registering two assists in the Magpies' huge 3-0 win over Southampton. 
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    Willian | Chelsea

    Scored the opener in Chelsea's win against Crystal Palace, reaching 13 goals in all competitions this season – his best ever return for Chelsea. 
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    Son Heung-Min | Tottenham

    Continued his red-hot form with a brace in a 4-1 win against Bournemouth. The South Korea international now has seven goals in his last four games in all competitions. 
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    Kenedy | Newcastle

    Scored twice in the first half to set Newcastle on their way to a massive 3-0 win over Southampton at St James' Park. 
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    Marcus Rashford | Manchester United

    Scored both goals for the Red Devils – the only two shots Jose Mourinho's side had on target all game – in a 2-1 win over rivals Liverpool. 
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    Chris Wood | Burnley

    Became the first player to be involved in three Premier League goals (two goals, one assist) as a substitute in a game since Steven Naismith scored a hat-trick for Everton against Chelsea in September 2015. 
  12. Premier League Team of the Week

    Here is the Premier League Team of the Week in full.