After each round of Premier League fixtures, ESPN FC brings you its Team of the Weekend. Our panel of experts carefully select 11 star performers along with a manager.
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Goalkeeper: Often when a team is battling relegation, you can pick out an individual moment that secured a crucial point with games running out. Hull City goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic produced just such a moment at Southampton on Saturday, when, in injury time, he dived to save Dusan Tadic's penalty and earn the Tigers a rare and precious point on the road. Gab Marcotti praises him for "a massive penalty save, which allowed Hull to get a point and stay on track for the minor miracle," and he gets Paul Mariner's vote too.
Right-back: Middlesbrough produced a fine performance at home to Manchester City, keeping the survival flame flickering in a match they will feel could have brought more than a point. Boro had to withstand long spells of pressure as City attacked down the flanks in the second half and right-back Fabio was central to that resistance, also making his way forward to swing in crosses as his side conjured up the sort of attacking intent often lacking from them this season.
Centre-back: Marcotti, Mariner and Shaka Hislop are unanimous in choosing Burnley defender Michael Keane, who showed just why he is so sought-after with a commanding performance in the win at Crystal Palace. Keane rarely allowed Christian Benteke a second in which to do anything, and his calm organisation at the heart of the defence underpinned his team's first Premier League away win of the season. "Used his brain and athleticism to help minimise the threat of Benteke and the Palace wide men," Marcotti says, while Mariner adds: "Clean sheet, three points, job done."
Centre-back: Talking of calm defensive authority, Gary Cahill exuded it as Chelsea not only won but also did so with something to spare at Everton. Everyone knows about the threat Romelu Lukaku poses, but Cahill ensured that he struggled to do that here before popping up at the other end to score the second goal in a 3-0 win. "It's his eighth goal of the season in all competitions, and the way he led the back three which shut down Lukaku deserves praise," Marcotti says, with an admiring Hislop echoing those sentiments.
Left-back: It's probably fair to say that Ben Davies is one of Tottenham's more unsung players, but his performance in Sunday's 2-0 win over Arsenal demonstrated the sort of solid quality that gave the Gunners very little joy. Resolute in his defensive duties, he also engineered some eye-catching combinations down the left with Son Heung-Min in the first half. Selector Marcotti says he "gets the nod in the back four and fulfils the task with intelligence and athleticism."
Right Midfield: When you're embroiled in a tight, tense match with chances at a premium, what could be better than a moment of individual brilliance to provide the breakthrough? The man with the magic for Chelsea at Everton was Pedro, who opened the way to a three-goal second half with a superb goal after 66 minutes. He picked up possession, turned into space and fired an outstanding finish into the top corner from 20 yards -- "a classic wonder strike from the former Camp Nou livewire who is enjoying the ultimate bounce-back season," according to Marcotti.
Central Midfield: Leicester's revival had stuttered a little before their trip to West Bromwich Albion, but the show is back on the road thanks to a determined team performance driven by the influential Wilfred Ndidi. Ndidi provides both attacking threat and defensive cover in the Leicester midfield and was at his best at The Hawthorns, in the thick of the action as the champions took the points through Jamie Vardy's goal. "Covered a lot of ground," Mariner notes, while Marcotti wonders "whether Leicester's season might have been different if he'd been there all year."
Central Midfield: No wonder Tottenham fans boom out songs in praise of Dele Alli on such a regular basis. After all, he is here, there and everywhere -- and he was outstanding again as Spurs kept the pressure on Chelsea and ensured they will finish above Arsenal by beating the Gunners in the last North London derby at White Hart Lane. Alli never gave Tottenham's biggest rivals a second's peace, and his determination was to the fore as he pounced to open the scoring after missing a good chance earlier on. "It's not just the talent," Marcotti says, "it's the hunger and intensity he displays every minute."
Left Midfield: Swansea City remain in the relegation zone with time ticking down towards the end of the season, but they went for it against Manchester United at Old Trafford and deserved the point that keeps their hopes alive. Central to their performance, as he is so often, was midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, selected by both Hislop and Marcotti. Eleven minutes remained and the Swans were 1-0 down when they won a free kick 25 yards out; up stepped Sigurdsson with a sublime, curling strike. Marcotti's verdict? "He showed he's still Swansea's best option to produce magic."
Striker: Bournemouth secured survival and condemned Sunderland to the drop with a 1-0 win at the Stadium of Light that was delivered by one of their unsung heroes, Josh King. King capped another tireless afternoon on behalf of Eddie Howe's side when he was in the right place at the right time to turn home a cross and plunge David Moyes' team into the Championship. "Another vital goal for Bournemouth," Mariner says, while Marcotti praises King for "consistently producing over the past few months."
Striker: If you could have predicted the player to score the last-ever goal for Tottenham against Arsenal at White Hart Lane, you'd probably have gone for the man who got it: Harry Kane. Kane showed his intent from the opening seconds of an historic afternoon, drawing the first save of the match with less than a minute on the clock and constantly threatening as Spurs dominated. Moments after Alli had opened the scoring, Kane won and scored the penalty that sealed the points, with his nonstop performance drawing praise from Hislop.
Manager: Three different choices for our manager of the week: Mariner hails Burnley's Sean Dyche for his "fantastic victory" at Palace, Hislop goes for Swansea's Paul Clement after the draw at Old Trafford and Marcotti picks Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino. And after steering his side to victory on a derby day brimming with emotion, Pochettino gets the vote. His side were calm and composed and had too much for Arsenal, and they are now just one game away from completing an unbeaten home campaign in their final White Hart Lane season. "Last derby at the Lane and they went out with a bang," says Marcotti, who notes that the result means Spurs "are still alive" in the title race.