Leicester City are the surprise leaders of English Premier Leaders after match-day 13 leapfrogging the giants like Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City, . Lets take a look at the top performers who made it to our list in the weekend’s football fiesta
1. Goalkeeper – De Gea (Man United)
An outstanding performance by the Spanish international between the posts. De Gea made important saves to keep Manchester United in the match, including fine reaction to block a deflected shot from Almen Abdi.
2. Defender – Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool)
Clyne was outstanding against Manchester City, the English defender helped run down the City front line, which a total of three shots only. In the entire 90minutes.
3. Defender – Kurt Zouma (Chelsea)
The young Chelsea defender put on neat show, unlucky to have his header rocked the crossbar from a free-kick to double Chelsea’s lead.
4. Defender – Marton Skryel (Liverpool)
Skrtel was well composed against Manchester City, made sure the City front line were quiet and joined attack when necessary, his effort earned him the fourth goal of the game.
5. Defender – Kyle Walker (Tottenham)
Walker was strong in defence against West ham, and he went on to score for his team as they maintained 12 games Unbeaten this season.
6. Midfielder – Ross Barkley (Everton)
Barkley had a wonderful game against Aston villa as he scored the opening goal and later grabbed a brace. The English midfielder now has a total of five goals and four assists this campaign.
7. Midfielder – Coutinho (Liverpool)
The third Liverpool player in this week’s team of the week, Coutinho organised the midfield well played a tricky game against Manchester City, he scored for a fourth successive league game and have built a strong partnership with fellow Brazilian Roberto Firmino.
8. Midfielder – Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City)
Was a constant menace in the Newcastle defense all evening and created a number of scoring chances. Provided the assist for Ulloa to double Leicester’s lead in the second half.
9. Midfielder – Memphis Depay (Man United)
Depay seemed to have found his form as he was the Man-of-the-match against Watford, he scored the opening goal and had a total of 67 touches.
10. Forward – Lukaku (Everton)
Lukaku was on the score sheet twice as they condemn Villans, he gave the Villa defenders no rest as he ran them ragged through out the game.
11. Forward – Harry Kane (Tottenham)
Harry Kane was on the score sheet again, he scored twice and helped Spurs maintain their 12 games unbeaten run this season.