In pictures: Premier League team of the week 6
October 2, 2012
CENTRE-BACK: Jan Vertonghen was a rock for Tottenham Hotspur and also scored in the 3-2 win over Manchester United. Peter Powell / EPA
RIGHT-BACK: Sometimes utilised in midfield Seamus Coleman has dropped to full-back. An excellent run and cross was finished by Nikica Jelavic in Everton's 3-1 defeat of Southampton. Paul Ellis / AFP
FORWARD: Peter Crouch and Stoke City are often criticised for a direct style of football, while Swansea City are lauded for their passing game, so it must have sweet for the striker to score both goals in the 2-0 win. AP Photo
MIDFIELD: Mousa Dembele has slotted nicely into life at White Hart Land and manager Andre Villas-Boas' regime. The Belgium midfielder benefits from playing alongside the more defensive Sandro. Andrew Yates / AFP
GOALKEEPER: Tottenham Hotspur's Brad Friedel makes into the team for the second week in a row. The veteran shotstopper was at his best in his team's defeat of Manchester United. Shaun Botterill / Getty Images
MIDFIELD: Juan Mata was instrumental in Chelsea inflicting Arsenal with their first defeat of the season. Both of the Blues' goal came from free-kicks by Mata. The first was finished by a Fernando Torres volley and the second straight from his point, via ???
FORWARD: How Norwich City must dislike the sight of Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan has scored consecutive hat-tricks at Carrow Road. The Liverpool forward also gave the assist for Sahin's goal. Julian Finney / Getty Images
LEFT-BACK: Manchester City's Gael Clichy provided the cross for Edin Dzeko's 87th-minute winner against Fulham. But before that he had defending well and had a shot that forced a stretching save from Mark Schwarzer. Paul Gilham / Getty Images
FORWARD: The £6 million (Dh35.6m) David Moyes paid for Kevin Mirallas is already looking like a bargain. The Belgian set up two goals in the 3-1 win over Southampton. Paul Ellis / AFP
MIDFIELD: James Morrison is one of West Bromwich Albion's thriving under new manager Steve Clarke. He was involved in many of his sides attacks in the derby against Aston Villa. Andrew Yates /AFP
CENTRE-BACK: James Collins was one of the eight players from West Ham United to go into the book – a new Premier League record – but he was also instrumental in keeping Queens Park Rangers at bay with a man-of-the-match display in defense. Tom Hevezi ???