Premier League Team of the Week: Alli & Sanchez stand out after inspiring victories

The England midfielder helped Spurs get the better of Chelsea while Alexis orchestrated a victory over Swansea, earning their places in the latest XI

Dele Alli and Alexis Sanchez are the highlight names in this week's Premier League team of the week after helping their respective sides to important wins.

Alli was the star for Tottenham with two goals as they came from behind to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. His first, aided by his wonderful first touch to control a Eric Dier pass before beating Willy Caballero, stunned the onlooking crowd before he put the game beyond doubt to all but secure his side's place in the top four at the Blues' expense.

Alexis, meanwhile, shook off his early struggles at Manchester United to fire them to a win over Swansea City. With a goal and an assist, he gave Jose Mourinho's men a two-goal lead within 20 minutes to keep them in second place.

Check out the full team below...

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    Kasper Schmeichel | Leicester City

    The Leicester City goalkeeper has saved three of the 14 Premier League penalties he’s faced – the same number his father Peter saved during his time in the competition (21 faced).
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    DeAndre Yedlin | Newcastle United

    As well as helping his side keep a clean sheet, Yedlin also made six crosses from open play down the right-hand side, creating two chances in the process.

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    Victor Lindelof | Manchester United

    The centre-back had the best pass accuracy of any Red Devils player in Saturday's 2-0 win, with no team-mate making more clearances or interceptions than his three of each.

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    Jamaal Lascelles | Newcastle United

    Lascelles was solid in defence in Newcastle's 1-0 win over Huddersfield - no Magpies player made more clearances than his eight or gained possession on more occasions than the 13 he did.

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    Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

    The left-back was a threat all game against Crystal Palace, putting in seven open-play crosses and finding Mohamed Salah in the 84th minute to help his side claim all three points.

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    Dele Alli | Tottenham Hotspur

    The England international marked his 100th Premier League game with his first top-flight double since January 2017, which was also against Chelsea.

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    Fernandinho | Manchester City

    Fernandinho dominated the midfield as the league leaders picked up a 3-1 victory against Everton. He had 187 touches and made 172 passes, while Everton played just 200 passes as a whole team.

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    David Silva | Manchester City

    Only Eden Hazard (six) created more chances from open play in this matchday than David Silva's five, but the Spaniard's proved vital as he set up two of his side's goals in a 3-1 win.

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    Joao Mario | West Ham

    The Portugal international netted his first ever Premier League goal in what was his sixth appearance in the competition to help David Moyes' side to a vital win.

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    Marko Arnautovic | West Ham

    The striker has been directly involved in more Premier League goals this season than any other West Ham player, netting nine and setting up three. He scored a pair against Southampton on Saturday.

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    Alexis Sanchez | Manchester United

    The Chilean has now both scored and assisted in 11 different Premier League games – only Romelu Lukaku and Roberto Firmino (12 each) have done so in more matches since his debut.