Top 5 performers of week 4 in the Barclays Premier League: Diego Costa of Chelsea, Di Maria, Pelle, Wayne Rooney of United, Cesc Fabregas of Chelsea.
Posted by:Junaid EffendiPosted date: Monday, September 15, 2014/comment : 0
the undeniable wait for the end of International break, Premier League was back
last week and some glowing fixtures and upsets welcomed its return. While
Arsenal and Manchester City drew a stalemate for the 2nd time in past two
seasons at the Emirates, Liverpool were dealt a huge blow as a good looking
Aston Villa side got their 2nd away win of the season. Chelsea were ruthless as
they came back to sink Swansea while Manchester United looked to be back as the
“Van Galacticos” run past new comers QPR.
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are the top 5 performers of this week:
else than the Premier League player of the month for August could make the way
into top of our list. He resumed his life at Chelsea just the way he left
before International break, by scoring goals. After grabbing a hat trick
against the Welsh side Swansea, the Spaniard has scored 7 goals in his 1st 4
games for Chelsea. In addition to have an eye for goal, it is the level of
consistency that is keeping Costa afloat of all the strikers in the League.
might have paid more than 60million for him, but the Argentine is proving he
was worth of the price tag being put on him by Madrid. While his former side
suffered at the hands of Atletico Madrid, his current side enjoyed being in the
company of a World Class player. By grabbing 1 goal and providing 2 assists to
his team mates at his Old Trafford debut, Di Maria has turned out to be an
angel for Manchester United this game-week.
most of us weren’t even familiar by his name before the start of this week,
still Graziano Pelle provided the Saints with a much needed win this week. In a
match which might prove to be the last for Alan Pardew, Pelle orchestrated the
Southampton attack by scoring two early goals to send the Toons missing at the
Saint Mary stadium. A 4-0 scoreline which looked flattering at the final
whistle for Southampton, Pelle was their most influential player.
the debate that rounded various media outlets that whether he should start now
when the likes of Falcao have come in, Premier League 3rd joint top goal-scorer
of all time responded in brilliant fashion. While the 1st win was crucial for
the red devils under new manager Van Gaal, new England skipper made sure his
boss would get a pleasant birthday surprise. After providing the assist to new
comer Ander Herrera, Wayne Rooney put the ball himself into the net in the 45th
minute to round off a perfect day for Manchester United after so much recent
tumbles awaited them.
Spaniard with a Chelsea logo on the front of his shirt, Cesc Fabregas had made
his life look far easier than it was at, probably at both of his previous
teams. In 81 minutes he played at the Bridge on Saturday, he made sure the
whole stadium applauded him when he was subbed out. By providing 2 assists to
his team mates, Fabregas has rounded off another brilliant week in blue colors
for him and the team.