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EPL: The Best And Most Impressive XI In Last Weekend's Matches

On Match day 4, we saw some fantastic performances from Premier League teams, and I'll be presenting you my greatest team of the week ahead of the UEFA Champions League matchups on Tuesday and Wednesday.

1. Goalkeeper: After making six saves against Aston Villa last night, Mendy helped Chelsea secure another three points. He has been playing quite well in the Premier League, and he also performed admirably against Liverpool last week.

2. CB: Conor Coady, an English defender, played well against Watford yesterday, assisting Wolverhampton Wanderers to their first three points of the season. He also kept a clean sheet of paper.

3. CB: Mohammed Salisu, a 22-year-old Ghanaian defender, made eight clearances and four interceptions against West Ham United yesterday. I chose to add the African defender to my week's top team.

4. (RB) Kyle Walker.

5. LB: Left-back (Scotland) Tierney performed admirably against Norwich City, and the team gave the fans exactly what they expected. Mikel Arteta's men earned their first three points in the Premier League this season.

6. CM: Paul Pogba has been on fire in the Premier League, and the French midfielder had two assists against Newcastle United.

7. CM: Against Aston Villa, Croatian midfielder Kovacic was at his best, scoring twice and assisting once. I chose to make him a member of my finest team of the week.

8. LW: Cristiano Ronaldo, On his debut, Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace.

9. RW: Aubameyang, a Gabonese forward, scored Arsenal's first Premier League goal of the season against Norwich City, and he played extremely well.

10. FW: Romelu Lukaku.

11. FW: After Edouard scored a brace on his Crystal Palace debut against Tottenham, I decided to include him in my best team of the week.

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