BeSoccer's Premier League Team of the Week - Gameweek 30

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BeSoccer's team of the week. BeSoccer

BeSoccer's Premier League Team of the Week - Gameweek 30

Tom Devlin by Tom Devlin @rfutbol - 0 2,500

We take a look at some of the best performances from this week's round of Premier League fixtures. Do you agree with our side?

Petr Cech

Cech brought up his 200th clean sheet in the Premier League against Watford with a performance that included a penalty save.

Ashley Young

Young has performed way above expectation in the right back role for Manchester United and this was evidenced again on Saturday as he kept Mo Salah quiet for 90 minutes. There has been talk of a place in England's World Cup squad.

Matt Lowton

The headlines were dominated by the West Ham fans but Lowton recovered from an early blow by Michail Antonio to put in a composed and solid performance at the back as Burnley dominated.

Paul Dummett

Dummett has put in a series of strong performances since returning from injury and has seen real improvement under Rafa Benitez. Against Southampton he was strong in the tackle and reliable on the left hand side.

Son Heung-Min

The Korean is in the form of his life and netted another two as Tottenham cruised to victory over Bournemouth on Sunday. He's now on 12 goals for the season in the league.

Mesut Ozil

Ozil brought up his 50th Premier League assist against Watford and he has done it quicker than any player in history. He looks back to his best with an eye for a pass that is second to none.

David Silva

City have one hand on the trophy after their win at Stoke on Monday night, courtesy of two fantastic goals from Silva. The Spaniard has been a class act for years and we saw everything he has to give away at the 'Potters'


Kenedy has made a real difference to Newcastle since arriving on loan from Chelsea. His first goal against Southampton was pure genius as he chested the ball around the helpless defender and clipped a finish home.

Marcus Rashford

Rashford has had his critics but he was clinical against Liverpool on Saturday, putting them to the sword with two finishes right out of the top drawer to give Manchester United the win.

Chris Wood

Although he only played half an hour, Wood was able to score twice as he took advantage of the bedlam surrounding West Ham. He and Ashley Barnes seem to have a real understanding and their physicality is difficult for any defence.

Jamie Vardy

Any player in the world would have been pleased with the finish Vardy produced at the Hawthorns, letting the ball drop over his shoulder before slamming it, first time, on the volley into the far corner. His energy and running make him a constant threat.

Tom Devlin

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