As another week of Premier League football passes, we look at the top performers this round.
Goalkeeper: Wojicech Sczcesny
The Arsenal goalkeeper kept his side in the game with a flurry of wonderful saves. Without his stability at the back this season Arsenal would not find themselves in the same league position, as the Gunners continue to set the pace in the Premier League.
Right-Back: Seamus Coleman
The Irish International ripped Stoke’s left side to shreds at times as the Toffees ran out 4-0 winners against Mark Hughes’ men. Usually one of Everton’s fringe players, Coleman will be looking at getting a run of regular game-time under Martinez if he keeps up his performances.
Centre-Back: John Terry
A huge error by midfielder Michael Essien let Southampton take the lead in the 12th second, although it wasn’t just the Ghanaian’s fault, Terry and Cahill were both a little slow to react, a problem Terry never had in his earlier career. With a goal and an otherwise solid defensive performance, Terry might not be done just yet.
Centre-Back: Laurent Koscielny
The Arsenal man is proving himself worthy of the Arsenal starting berth and in current form is the best defender in the Premier League. Cleaned up the mess made by Kieran Gibbs on more than one occasion, like a good defender should. A big part of Arsenal’s clean sheet, he has become the defender everyone was hoping for.
Left-Back: Brian Oviedo
Another Everton man makes the list, swapped wings with Coleman and spread out play wonderfully. A more than able replacement for the injured Leighton Baines.