Premier League Team of the Week: De Bruyne, Coutinho & Ozil pull the strings

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The Man City midfielder looked unstoppable against Spurs, much as he has against the majority of other opponents he has faced this season


MAT RYAN | BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION


Mat Ryan, Brighton

Brighton goalie Ryan saved all six of Burnley's shots on target in maintaining a clean sheet for the Seagulls in a 0-0 draw at the Amex Stadium.


ALLAN NYOM | WEST BROMWICH ALBION


Allan Nyom, West Brom, Anthony Martial, Man Utd

Nyom completed 89% of his passes against Manchester United, while also making four tackles - both were team highs for the Baggies.


JAMES TOMKINS | CRYSTAL PALACE


James Tomkins, Crystal Palace

The Crystal Palace defender made six clearances and four interceptions in his side's win 3-0 win at Leicester.


JAMES COLLINS | WEST HAM UNITED


James Collins, West Ham

Collins made 18 clearances in West Ham's win at Stoke, at least twice as many as any of his team-mates.


JEFFREY SCHLUPP | CRYSTAL PALACE


Jeffrey Schlupp, Crystal Palace vs Leicester

Schlupp won 71% of his duels against Leicester (14 contested); the best percentage of any outfield player for the Eagles. 


KEVIN DE BRUYNE | MANCHESTER CITY


Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City Spurs

De Bruyne made more key passes (6) and tackles (6) than any other Manchester City player against Spurs. 


AARON MOOY | HUDDERSFIELD TOWN


Aaron Mooy, Huddersfield

Mooy scored twice from two shots on target at Watford, as well as making more touches than any other Huddersfield player (65).


RAHEEM STERLING | MANCHESTER CITY


Raheem Sterling Manchester City Spurs

Sterling netted a brace from his three shots on target against Spurs, while he also made three key passes in the game.


MESUT OZIL | ARSENAL


Mesut Ozil Arsenal 2017

Ozil scored the game's only goal against Newcastle at the Emirates, in addition to making eight key passes; at least twice as many as any other Arsenal player.


PHILIPPE COUTINHO | LIVERPOOL


Coutinho vs Bournemouth

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Coutinho opened the scoring and assisted Roberto Firmino for the last of Liverpool's four goals at Bournemouth.


WILFRIED ZAHA | CRYSTAL PALACE


Bakary Sako, Wilfried Zaha - Leicester City Crystal Palace

Zaha made three key passes and scored Palace's second in their 3-0 win at the King Power Stadium.

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