English-Premier-League-Player-Of-The-Week-22-by-LeagueLane

The week 22 of the English Premier League has come and gone, with many players showing off what they are made of, putting up so much effort to excel their team and in turn bring themselves to lime light.

Many players impressed over the weekend, but only one will emerge the player of the week from the fans vote.

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Cutting the long list of the best performed players down to five, here are the five best performed players to choose from.

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Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

Aguero scored a brace during their encounter with Crystal Palace and set up his team mate Silva to show his extent of team work, he could have scored a Hat Trick, but instead he decided not to be selfish. Strikers like Aguero when fully fit, will always lift their team to glory.

Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)

Rooney scored the only goal at Anfield which turns out to be the match decider, Wayne Rooney’s Venomous volley made the difference as Manchester United once again beat Liverpool for the second time this season. This will make United fans so proud of him.

Fabian Delph (Manchester City)

In his first start for Manchester City sincing arriving at Etihad during the summer transfer window, Fabian Delph made his marks and registered a goal to his name and thus grabbing the Man Of The Match. His opening long range goal was easy and deceitful at same time.

Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea)

Fabregas was a saviour to Chelsea during the 3-3 stalemate against Everton, he gave the assist for the first goal and in turn scored the second goal to pull Chelsea 2-2 level before the game drifted away from them again till Terry came to their rescue.

Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur)

No other midfielder performed better than Eriksen in their 4-1 whooping on Sunderland’s struggling butts, he put in a superb performance and netted a brace for Spurs to help them keep their top four ambition alive.

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Voting Close at Tuesday 20:00 GMT.

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