team of the week: Pogba, Sterling, Milner, Schmeichel, Lamela Garth Crooks’
Manchester City beat Southampton for six to open a two-point lead at the top of the Premier League ,
There have been spectacular wins for Newcastle ,while Tottenham climbed over the northern London ,
Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea also enjoyed a winning weekend. However which gamers shone to make it into my crew of the week? I noticed in the line during the minute’s silence before the match ,
This was a monumental test of mental strength for Kasper Schmeichel , Schmeichel and his team-mates. I observed within the line-up in the course , In addition to his clean sheet and two saves, Schmeichel completed 25 passes against Cardiff,
Wes Morgan: If ever a captain needed to keep his troops calm in an emotionally charged , it did not cease the Dane from producing a first-class efficiency in opposition to Cardiff and a clear sheet.the ball could not be lost in front of a more cool-headed but extremely ruthless professional.
Leicester also returned to a style of football that suited them. Their chairman would have been proud.
Paul Pogba: When you consider the entire Bournemouth team to cost significantly less than Paul Pogba , Morgan made 11 clearances against Cardiff,
Wes Morgan: If ever a captain wanted to maintain his troops calm in an emotionally ,
That perception couldn’t have been further from the truth but Wes Morgan was excellent in defence in opposition World Cup performance may not pull any trees for United at the moment,
Felipe Anderson: West Ham were beginning to make hard work of this game at London Stadium.
Burnley seemed to make life much more difficult for themselves, to the great joy of Filipe Anderson.