The Gent Space Premier League team of the week. By Darren Wells.
Martin Stekelenburg (Everton)
Couple of great saves near the finish earned his side a point. Not to be confused with a species of dinosaur.
Kyle Walker (Spurs)
Marauding display from England’s best of a bad bunch at the Euros.
Eric Bailly (Man Utd)
So composed at the back he probably could’ve had a glass of Baileys or two.
Curtis Davies (Hull)
Crashed the Vardy party. Solid Captains display gave Leicester a hangover.
George Friend (M’boro)
Decent performance against Stoke’s attacking contingent. Seems like a nice chap.
N’golo Kante (Chelsea)
Effective prem debut for the blues. Started where he left off at Leicester.
Robert Snodgrass (Hull) – STAR MAN
Promising return to the Prem for the Scot. Was at the heart of everything for Hull, took his goal well and wasn’t afraid to do the dirty work. Proper Jock that you know wouldn’t wear pants under his kilt.
Phillipe Coutinho (Liverpool)
The mini magician whizzed his free kick into Cechs top corner at a wave of his right-foot wand, then made Arsenals defence disappear.
Raheem Sterling (Man City)
Looks a rejuvenated man under Pep. Still runs like he’s holding dirty nappies.
Sadio Mane (Liverpool)
Looks a bit like Spyro the dragon, which is ironic as he was on fire against the gunners.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Man Utd)
Didn’t do a lot except score. That’s what he does.