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Exemplary players that made lasting impact in weekend’s Premier League match


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The Premier League witnessed a couple of individual sterling performances on the weekend though the (Coronavirus) pandemic altered about 5 to 6 fixtures in the English top flight.

Arsenal and Manchester City won on an impressive note at the weekend. While Premier League aspirants Liverpool and Chelsea were held to a draw.

The likes of Tottenham and Wolves stood strong in the wake of this EPL aspirant aforementioned above as they managed a single point at the weekend.

However, there were great individual performances as we look forward to another round of games in the EFL Cup in midweek.

Here, Isagoal.com evaluates some individuals performance in the EPL.

Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)

The Arsenal young star provided his side with the much-needed inspiration as they head into Tuesday’s EFL contest on a confident note.

Their counterpart would be wary of him and his teammates ahead of this match as he’s made a case for himself for more playing time in Arsenal’s first team.

The Brazilian scored a brace against Leeds United at the weekend as it was the catalyst the London side needed to overcome Leeds United at the Elland Road.

Joao Cancelo (Manchester City)

The talented right-back produced the goods his side and his manager Pep Guardiola truly desired in the Newcastle match.

The Citizens were two (0-2) goals up thanks to his magnificent showing on the pitch. He was on hand to get in an assist for Ruben Dias in the box.

While he scored a cracker of a goal for himself outside the Newcastle United. It was a weekend of football where COVID-19 took centre stage.

But he’s in top shape to pick his spot on this shortlist as Manchester City continues to thrive in the Premier League against all odds at the moment.

Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur)

The South Korean International was key to his sides advantage as he scored Tottenham equalizer in the match.

Harry Kane had given Spurs a 1-0 lead before Diogo Jota equalized to make it 1-1 to Liverpool’s advantage.

Robertson made it 1-2 for the Reds. But Son was on hand to make it 2-2 ensuring that Antonio Conte and his side did not concede defeat to Liverpool in front of their home fans in London.

 

This article was updated 1 month ago

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