Matchweek 17 Team of the Week (In a Nutshell)
Starting 11 (Player correctly predicted in bold)
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham), Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton), Rob Holding (Arsenal), Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham), Kieran Tierney (Arsenal), Tomas Soucek (West Ham), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), Son Heung-Min (Tottenham), Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal), Danny Ings (Southampton)
Hugo Lloris (Goalkeeper- Tottenham)- Lloris made some quality saves for Tottenham in Matchweek 17. Their opposition; Leeds United, had five shots on target.
Kyle Walker-Peters (Right Back-Southampton)- Walker-Peters was a part of a Southampton back four that kept a clean sheet against Liverpool.
Rob Holding (Centre Back- Arsenal)- Holding had a good game for Arsenal. He helped Arsenal keep a clean sheet.
Toby Alderweireld (Centre Back- Tottenham)- Alderweireld scored Tottenham’s 3rd goal of the match in the 50th minute.
Kieran Tierney (Left Back- Arsenal)- Tierney scored the opening goal of the match and provided an assist for the 4th Arsenal goal.
Tomas Soucek (Centre Midfield- West Ham)– Soucek scored the only goal of the match in the 86th minute, for West Ham.
Bruno Fernandes (Attacking Midfield- Manchester United)- Fernandes had an outstanding match for Manchester United against Aston Villa.
Son Heung-Min (Attacking Midfield- Tottenham)- Son Heung-Min scored a goal and provided an assist for Tottenham.
Kevin De Bruyne (Attacking Midfield- Manchester City)- De Bruyne of Manchester City was man of the match against Chelsea. He scored a goal and provided an assist.
Alexandre Lacazette (Striker- Arsenal)- Lacazette scored two goals in the space of four minutes for Arsenal.
Danny Ings (Striker- Southampton)– Ings scored the only goal of the match for Southampton in an upset win over Liverpool.
Matchweek 17 Team of the Week (Final Thoughts)
In Matchweek 17, I endeavoured to select the Premier League Team of the as accurately as possible. There were 18 teams to select the Team from, as one match was postponed. It was tough to choose the team with plenty of goals and attacking football being played. It was tough to leave Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy and James Maddison out of the team. It’s inevitable some players miss out in what was an interesting Matchweek of football.