Premier League fans' top five players of the week

Sport360 staff 19:57 29/12/2016
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Each week, Sport360 brings you the best five players from the English Premier League, as chosen by you the supporters through our ValoraFutbol fan ratings tool.

YOU have direct influence on who appears in each Top Five, so be sure to rate each weekend.

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Talk about making things happen and Eden Hazard has done that amazingly well this season. Dribbling, going past defenders and wreaking havoc in the opposition’s penalty area was just about Hazard’s story against Bournemouth.

He also scored his 50th Premier League goal in the process, a penalty kick, that went into the net past Artur Boruc with ease.

In short, Hazard was in the mood. And if he can stay in said mood, Antonio Conte may as well start practicing his victory speech.


While his first season at Chelsea might not have gone according to plan, Pedro has been up and running this time around, under Conte.

His accurate finish in the 24th minute gave Chelsea the breakthrough against Bournemouth. And then his deflected effort also found the back of the net to make it 3-0 for his team.

All in all, Pedro must be brimming with confidence. Happy times indeed at Stamford Bridge.


A complete performance from Yaya Toure was instrumental in giving Manchester City a win against Hull City. Toure was exceptional on the ball, made clever passes, positioned himself very well and scored an important 73rd minute penalty to put City ahead.

Toure must also be given credit for his return to the side. At one stage it looked like his career was over at the Etihad, but he has made his way into Pep Guardiola’s team and deserves acknowledgement for that.


West Ham’s 4-1 thumping of Swansea City on Boxing Day saw another fantastic Dimitri Payet performance. The Frenchman provided an assist from a corner-kick for Winston Reid to nod home the second goal.

He also took on the goalkeeper plenty of times and although he couldn’t get on the scoresheet, he grabbed the Man of the Match ward.


Darren Randolph had been going through a rough patch before the game against Swansea. But having made some world-class saves, he really brought his A game into it. He was desperate to keep his clean sheet against Swansea.

That didn’t happen, but Randolph showed that he can’t be written off so easily. He was beaten by Fernando Llorente in the 89th minute, but only after putting in a stellar performance.

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