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In pictures: Premier League Team of Week 3

September 2, 2013

Even in defeat, it was a second successive fine display from Curtis Davies, right, Hull City's summer signing. Lindsey Parnaby / EPA
Even in defeat, it was a second successive fine display from Curtis Davies, right, Hull City's summer signing. Lindsey Parnaby / EPA
Nathan Redmond, the Norwich City left midfielder, scored a winner that could prove as crucial as it was classy for the Canaries against Southampton. Christopher Lee / Getty Images
Nathan Redmond, the Norwich City left midfielder, scored a winner that could prove as crucial as it was classy for the Canaries against Southampton. Christopher Lee / Getty Images
Joel Ward, centre, the Crystal Palace right-back, was energetic and excellent as he helped the Eagles secure their first win of the season, against Sunderland. Warren Little / Getty Images
Joel Ward, centre, the Crystal Palace right-back, was energetic and excellent as he helped the Eagles secure their first win of the season, against Sunderland. Warren Little / Getty Images
Ben Davies, the Swansea City left-back, scored a wonderful goal as the Welsh side got off the mark for the season, against West Brom. David Rogers / Getty Images
Ben Davies, the Swansea City left-back, scored a wonderful goal as the Welsh side got off the mark for the season, against West Brom. David Rogers / Getty Images
Steven Gerrard, the central midfielder, delivered a captain’s performance in the biggest game of Liverpool’s season. Paul Ellis / AFP
Steven Gerrard, the central midfielder, delivered a captain’s performance in the biggest game of Liverpool’s season. Paul Ellis / AFP
Hugo Lloris, in yellow, the Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper, received ample praise from Arsene Wenger, whose saves denied Arsenal more goals. Glyn Kirk / AFP
Hugo Lloris, in yellow, the Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper, received ample praise from Arsene Wenger, whose saves denied Arsenal more goals. Glyn Kirk / AFP
For all the talk of Arsenal needing a striker, the one they have - Olivier Giroud - keeps on scoring. Glyn Kirk / AFP
For all the talk of Arsenal needing a striker, the one they have - Olivier Giroud - keeps on scoring. Glyn Kirk / AFP
Daniel Agger, left, the Liverpool centre-back, combined superbly with Martin Skrtel to frustrate Manchester United in a famous win for the Reds. Jon Super / AP Photo
Daniel Agger, left, the Liverpool centre-back, combined superbly with Martin Skrtel to frustrate Manchester United in a famous win for the Reds. Jon Super / AP Photo
Mile Jedinak, right, the Crystal Palace central midfielder, was another who led by example. The Australian has started the season superbly. Eddie Keogh / Reuters
Mile Jedinak, right, the Crystal Palace central midfielder, was another who led by example. The Australian has started the season superbly. Eddie Keogh / Reuters
Daniel Sturridge, left, the Liverpool centre forward, kept up his fine form and his goal-a-game ratio as Manchester United were beaten. Peter Powell / EPA
Daniel Sturridge, left, the Liverpool centre forward, kept up his fine form and his goal-a-game ratio as Manchester United were beaten. Peter Powell / EPA
Hatem Ben Arfa, the right-midfielder, was Newcastle United’s most dangerous player even before delivering a stunning winner against Fulham. Nigel Roddis / Reuters
Hatem Ben Arfa, the right-midfielder, was Newcastle United’s most dangerous player even before delivering a stunning winner against Fulham. Nigel Roddis / Reuters