EPL Valora Futbol Fans' top five

Sport360 staff 12:59 07/03/2017
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The weekend's star performers.

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.

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The Senegalese star produced a man of the match-worthy performance to help Liverpool crush Arsenal 3-1 at Anfield.

Mane, 24, assisted Roberto Firminio’s opener for the Reds and then got on the scoresheet himself just before the break.

The victory cemented Liverpool’s position in the top four and the former Southampton man’s form is vital if Jurgen Klopp’s men are to sustain their Champions League push.


The Austrian powerhouse showcased his best form at the weekend, netting an emphatic double as Mark Hughes’ men ran out 2-0 winners at home to Middlesbrough.

Arnautovic’s first was simply superb – as his deft control to pull the ball out of the air and cool feet to take it around Victor Valdes – put Stoke ahead just before the half an hour mark.

The hosts, who have been struggling for form of late, breathed a sigh of relief when the striker slotted home his sixth goal of the season before half-time to all but secure the three points.


The winger-cum-striker scored a brace as the Saints bounced back from EFL Cup final defeat heartache to beat Watford 4-3 in a thriller at Vicarage Road.

Redmond was a constant threat on the left-hand side and picked up his fifth and sixth goals of the season.


Claudio Ranieri’s departure seems to have re-ignited Vardy’s fire again – and although he wasn’t on the scoresheet in the 3-1 home success over Hull City – he had a hand in Christian Fuchs’ goal and is certainly back to his oldself.

Vardy, who had scored in his previous three matches prior to the weekend, has got that bit between his teeth. As a result, it should be more than enough to secure Leicester’s survival.


The England international was simply brilliant in the Reds’ home success against the Gunners.

Most notably, his exquisite touch, turn and then through ball to Divock Origi leading to Georginio Wijnaldum’s goal, was the stuff of dreams.

You could say he is unlucky to be as low as five in the ratings.

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