English Premiership

EPL Team of the Week 34

2015-04-28 11:22
John Terry (Supplied)
John Terry (Supplied)

Cape Town - After the weekend's English Premiership action, Sport24's Wade Pretorius chooses the EPL Team of the Week.

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English Premiership Team of the Week 33:

1. Adrian (West Ham United) - Made seven saves including denying Charlie Austin from the spot to earn his side a share of the spoils at Loftus Road.

2. Hector Bellerin (Arsenal) - Bellerin's season would come as a surprise to most but against Chelsea, the Spaniard again shone for Arsenal.

3. Aleksander Kolarov (Manchester City) - A goal and an assist safely secures Kolarov's spot in the team and probably a more prominent role in City's remaining fixtures.

4. John Stones (Everton) - Stones makes the team for a second consecutive week after a brilliant afternoon against Manchester United, which he capped off with a fine header that beat David De Gea and Ashley Youngon the line. 

5. John Terry (Chelsea) - Against Arsenal, Terry turned in a performance that we have come to expect from the Chelsea legend.  

6. Fernandinho (Manchester City) - Won a brilliant Premier League fixture against Aston Villa with a superb strike at the death - enough to take his place in this illustrious side.

7. James McCarthy (Everton) - He has been a key figure in Everton's late season revival and McCarthy was everywhere, in a good way, at Goodison Park against United.

8. Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City) - Back to his best as he pulled the strings for the Swans against a hapless Newcastle. Ended the game with a goal and an assist to his name.

9. Erik Lamela (Spurs) - The Argentine's up and down season was far more up then down against Southampton as the playmaker turned in a great performance. 

10. Dame N'Doye (Hull City) - N'Doye put Crystal Palace to the sword with a brace which was just enough to keep Hull City's Premier League survival quest alive.

11. Graziano Pelle (Southampton) - Another player returning to this side after a lengthy absence, Pelle found the back of the net twice against Spurs.

Agree with our Team of the Weekend?Let us know on Twitter @sport24news or in the comments section below who would make your side!

Follow Sport24's Wade Pretorius on Twitter: @wadepretorius


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