Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 3: Saturday Actions

Another exhilarating premier league game week has started. Stoke City recorded a 1-0 away win recording the first big upset of the season. Chelsea and Everton involved in a 9- goal thriller at Goodison Park. An exciting and nerve breaking finish at the St. James Park. and Manchester United still waiting for a premier league win this season, we bring you the best performances from Saturday matches.

Shining Strikers

Diego Costa: He is in a blistering form. Scoring two goals and contributing to Chelsea’s six of the game, he appears to be the front runner for Golden Boot this season. High time, you add him to your fantasy premier league team.

Samuel Eto’o: Came on as a sub but put in a decent performance against his former team by scoring a goal from a set piece.

Graziano Pelle: Finished off well by scoring a goal and helping his team win, the striker recorded his first premier league goal.

Wilfried Zaha: Came on as a sub and scored a 90th minute goal to level the score helping his team draw the game.

Mame Biram Diouf: Scored a goal which resulted in Manchester City’s first home loss of the current campaign.

Charlie Austin: The only goal of the match is scored by him. Decent performance.

 

Mesmerizing Midfielders

Ramires: The man from Brazil looked in fantastic touch by scoring a goal and assisting two other goals in the rampage over Everton at Goodison park.

Cesc Fabregas: Proving to be an influential signing. Providing assists time to time, he’s become one crucial players for Chelsea this season. Will be a good inclusion to your fantasy premier league team.

Kevin Mirallas: The Belgian man gave his all the entire game and scored a goal but that couldn’t stop rampant Chelsea.

Morgan Schneiderlin: Ecstatic performance from the man in form. Scored two beautiful goals helping his team demolish West Ham.

James Ward-Prowse: The man might not have a direct impact through goals but proved decisive in midfield by supplying some crucial deliveries into the box and also assisted the second goal.

Mark Noble: Scored a goal which may be only a consolation for West Ham.

Nathan Dyer: One of the top performer this game week. The short winger has made some terrific runs and put in a performance that gave Swansea their third victory of the season.

Glyfi Sigurdsson: Been the backbone of team’s attack. Provided two assists and appears to be more consistent this season.

Wayne Routledge: Scored a goal helping the team maintain their league position

David Silva: Had not been any productive nevertheless his performance was still a talking point. Stoke’s defense successfully kept him out.

Remy Cabella: Quoting the above again. He put in a good performance but did not prove to be productive.

 

Defenders

Branislav Ivanovic: Again appeared on the score sheet. Performed well both defensively and offensively. Can be rated as a consistent performer.

Seamus Coleman: Conceded six goals but offensively he proved to crucial in Everton’s attack. He provided an assist.

Ashley Williams: Clean sheet performance. His clearances and tackles were first-class.

Ryan Shawcross: The stoke center back gave his all to put the Manchester City’s players away from scoring a goal. Some performance that! Will be an interesting addition to your fantasy premier league team.

Daryl Janmaat: Scored a goal and put his team back into contention against Crystal Palace.

Michael Williamson: A goal from him put his team ahead which was cancelled out eventually minutes after. Decent performance though.

 

Empty Sheets

David de Gea: The Spanish International did not have much work to do between the sticks. But a clean sheet is still a clean sheet.

Tom Heaton: Kept his feet well and guarded his post successfully not allowing the red devils to score. Decent saves were involved.

Asmir Begovic: Produced some brilliant saves. Stood firm to decline all City’s attacks and most importantly error-free performance.

Robert Green: Produced a brilliant save to keep out Santiago Vergini’s left footed strike. That was the major talking point of his performance. Guarded well when the opposition looked to be in full control of the game.

Lukasz Fabianski: Top performing goal keeper in the premier league thus far. Another clean sheet for the former Arsenal man.

 

The Uh-Oh’s

Romelu Lukaku: Terribly misfired. One would expect better from this Belgian International.

Emmanuel Riviere: Yet to see a scintillant display from the high rated man.

Stevan Jovetic: Failed to reproduce his 2-goal performance against Liverpool. Subbed off after 60 minutes.

Yaya Toure: Decent performance from the Ivory coast international but not up to the mark. City will need him to perform well to move ahead.

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