Following an exciting English Premier League weekend, we have carefully chosen our best XI. Do you agree or disagree with the panel? Let’s hear from you via the comment section of this page or via twitter -@halftimeng. Using a 4-3-3 formation, here it is. Thank you.
LB – Liam Rosenoir – Hull City: The full-back performed well throughout his side’s crucial win over West Brom, but his perfectly-timed run to take advantage of Nikica Jelavic‘s missed penalty was especially admirable. Hull haven’t won any of the Nine EPL games that he’s missed.
RB – Geoff Cameron – Stoke City: Cameron scored a great goal though to add to his all-round play in a highly impressive Stoke performance
CB – Martin Skrtel – Liverpool:You can’t argue with two goals from a centre-back. No wonder he’s the joint-top scoring defender in the EPL this season.
CB – Gary Cahill – Chelsea: Brilliant display in the 6-0 drubbing off their city rivals.
MF – Yaya Toure – Manchester City: A hat-trick to terrorize Fulham. Sure, two were penalties, but the other was special. Easy decision for man-of-the-match at the Etihad.
MF – Andre Schurrle – Chelsea: Seven goals in ten EPL starts for Chelsea, brilliant.
MF – Christian Erikssen – Tottenham: The Danish playmaker scored twice as Spurs came back to claim a late 3-2 victory, and generally pulled the strings as Spurs showed great character.
FW – Wayne Rooney – Manchester United: No doubt, he’s the main man for his side. Brilliant goal, well-taken.
FW – Luis Suarez – Liverpool: He’s scored or assisted in 39 EPL goals this season. Excellent!
FW – Marko Arnautovic – Stoke City: Great game against Aston Villa.
Manager – Jose Mourinho – Chelsea: Thumbs up to the man that sure knows how to beat Arsene Wenger’s team.