Red-hot Morata & Sterling lead Premier League Team of the Week

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The Chelsea striker continued his run of good form by scoring a brace against Crystal Palace on Sunday

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    David De Gea | Manchester United

    The Spaniard made more saves (6) than any other goalkeeper in the Premier League on matchday 11 as Man Utd won 2-1 at Bournemouth.
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    Seamus Coleman | Everton

    Coleman attempted 10 crosses from open play against Brighton, more than any other player in the Premier League this weekend. The Irishman also scored his first goal since January 2017.
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    David Luiz | Chelsea

    The Brazilian completed more passes (99) than any other defender in the Premier League this weekend, and had the most touches (122) of all players in the competition.
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    Virgil van Dijk | Liverpool

    In Liverpool's game against Arsenal, Van Dijk had the best passing accuracy (94.4%) of all players, while only Shkrodan Mustafi (9) made more clearances than the Dutchman (7), who also made a joint-high two blocks in the game.
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    Benjamin Mendy | Manchester City

    Only Wolves' Matt Doherty (3) completed more open-play crosses in the Premier League this weekend than Benjamin Mendy (2), while only Arsenal's Granit Xhaka (16) made more recoveries than the Frenchman (13).
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    David Silva | Manchester City

    Silva made more successful passes ending in the final third (34) than any other player in the Premier League on matchday 11, while he also netted a first-half goal against Southampton in Man City's 6-1 win at the Etihad Stadium. 
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    James Milner | Liverpool

    Milner’s opener against Arsenal was his 50th goal in the Premier League, 14 of which have been for Liverpool – more than any other side he’s played for in the competition.
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    Raheem Sterling | Manchester City

    Against Southampton, Sterling became the first English player to both score and assist two goals in the same Premier League game since Theo Walcott did so for Arsenal against Newcastle in December 2012.
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    Richarlison | Everton

    The Brazilian has netted six goals in nine Premier League appearances in 2018-19, one more than his total haul from 38 games last season.
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    ​Felipe Anderson | West Ham

    Anderson netted more goals against Burnley (2) than he did in his first 10 Premier League appearances for West Ham (1). Anderson is the first Brazilian player to net a brace for West Ham in the Premier League.
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    Alvaro Morata | Chelsea

    The Chelsea striker has scored four goals in his last four Premier League games – one more than in his previous 23 appearances in the competition combined (3) as his brace helped his side to a 3-1 home win over Crystal Palace.