Game Week 9 of the Premier League just came to a close. If we might there were quite a few score lines that rocked the world. While some made many jump out of their seats. It is stated that following Game Week 10 most of the table for the end takes shape. Currently, Chelsea is on the top of the table following their monstrous win against Norwich. Followed by Liverpool who won against their rivals Manchester United in a comfortable manner.
While this isn’t a Game Week Review. One must state that Manchester United are on the same point ahead of teams like Everton, Leicester and Arsenal. This Game Week hasn’t been the best for many teams in the top 8 in the league.
For this Team of the Week for Game Week 9. We are going to be using the 4-3-3 as the form in which we build our team.
Defence of the Game Week 9 Team of the Week
In the Goalkeeper position in the Team of the Week for Game week, 9 would be Łukasz Fabiański from West Ham. During the game, the player made 4 saves in front of the goal. While keeping a clean sheet as well as having 36 touches of the ball.
In the Left back position, it would be Aaron Cresswell from West Ham as well. West Ham this week won against their London Rivals Tottenham Hotspur 1-0. During the game, the player provided only assist in the game. While winning 4 out of the 5 duels he was a part of.
In the Right back position, it would be Trent Alexander-Arnold from Liverpool. The English Fullback has come back to form this season. While being vital in the attacking build-up for the team. He also provided an assist as well as 3 key passes. While keeping a pass accuracy of 82%.
The first Centre back to make it to the team is Zanka from Brentford. While the team as a whole lost to Leicester City 2-1. Zanka scored the only goal for Brentford. While also completing 5 tackles and winning each of his aerial duels in the game. He had nearly 67 touches of the ball while keeping a pass accuracy of 86%.
The Second Centre back will be Emil Krafth from Newcastle. While the team will be soon starting their transitional phase. Following the sacking of Steve Bruce. The player helped assist the only Newcastle goal in their 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace. While also won 7 of his ground duels in the game as well.
The Players in the Midfield of the Game Week 9 Team of the Week
The first midfielder in the team of the week for Game Week 9 will be Mason Mount from Chelsea. Norwich’s shortcomings have already been mentioned, but Mount’s performance – in addition to scoring a hat-trick – was outstanding. Dictated play and appeared to be a cut above. While also providing another assist for his team.
The second midfielder in the team will be Emile Smith Rowe from Arsenal. Arsenal’s first-half onslaught on Aston Villa was thrilling to watch, but no player on the Emirates pitch was better than local boy Smith Rowe. A fantastic all-around effort from a player who is increasing in stature by the week. The player scored a goal as well as provided an assist in the game.
The third and Final midfielder in the team will be Mateo Kovacic from Chelsea. In the same against Norwich, the player helped assist two goals. While providing 6 key passes as well as completing 5 tackles rounding up quite a balanced performance.
The Attackers of the Game Week 9 Team of the Week
In the Right Wing Position in the Team Of The Week for Game week 6 would be Mohamed Salah from Liverpool. Salah, the finest player in the world right now by a country mile, had a sensational Sunday afternoon at Old Trafford. Scored three goals for the ninth time in a row, and displayed excellent vision to set up Keita’s opening. While also becoming the first player to score a hat-trick at Old Trafford.
In the left Winger position, it is Emmanuel Dennis from Watford. The player had one of the best performances by a substitute. He scored a vital goal while also providing 2 assists in the 26 minutes he played in. Joshua King came close to being a part of the team due to his hat trick this game as well.
In the Striker Position, it is Phil Foden From Manchester City. The player scored two goals while also providing an assist. Currently, Is there a more promising young English star than Foden? The 21-year-old was breathtakingly fantastic in every place Pep Guardiola put him in against Brighton.
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