Premier League

Premier League Team of the Week, Round 14: Three Spurs stars after defeat of Bournemouth

Plus West Ham's third-choice goalkeeper David Martin keeping a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge.

9:45am on Monday 2nd December 2019
Martin Macdonald

Tottenham won 3-2 in the Premier League for the second game in a row on Saturday as they overcame Bournemouth. Dele Alli (10) was the best player on the pitch, and in the whole league this weekend, as he scored two excellent goals. Son Heung-min (9.6) recorded two assists, including one for the third goal for Moussa Sissoko (8.3).

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (8.1) spearheads the attack after his two goals for Arsenal in the draw against Norwich, with Harry Wilson (8.5) joining the Gabonese and Son in the front three.

Kevin De Bruyne (8.2) was unlucky not to be on a winning side this weekend as he was excellent in Manchester City's draw away at Newcastle, scoring with a thunderbolt of a volley in off the crossbar.

Virgil van Dijk (9.2) was key to Liverpool's 2-1 win over Brighton as he scored two headers from set-pieces, with one of his opponents, Lewis Dunk (7.9), slotting in next to him. Matt Targett (7.5) and Matt Doherty (8.2) feature at full-back.

One of the stories of the round was West Ham winning at Stamford Bridge, with 33-year-old David Martin (8.1) completing his debut for the Hammers without conceding.

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