In Pictures: Premier League team of the week - 11
November 12, 2012
Manchester City have keenly felt David Silva's absence during the last few weeks, so his return to the starting line-up against Tottenham was to prove key to them securing a late win. Peter Powell/EPA
Marouane Fellaini cost a club record £15m four years ago for Everton, but rarely has that looked like money misspent, and this season's performances have upped that value considerably. At the heart of everything Everton did against Sunderland, and one of???
Manchester United's Javier Hernandez is making a name for himself as Sir Alex Ferguson's impact player - a match-winning double against Villa only confirming his abilities. Lindsey Parnaby/EPA
Aston Villa's Matthew Lowton might have been dejected after his side's 3-2 loss to Manchester United, but his performance shows the young right-back is more than capable in the Premier League after his summer transfer from Sheffield Utd. Lindsey Parnaby/???
Reading stopper Kaspars Gorkss followed up his goal last weekend with a resolute performance in the heart of the Royals' defence this time out. Carl Court/AFP
Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong has been a powerful figure in the Canaries' back line this season. Carl Court/AFP
Dimitar Berbatov's transfer away from Manchester United may have been convoluted, but it's paid off not just for him but for Fulham, as his double against Arsenal showed. Tom Hevezi/AP
Luis Suarez once again hits the headlines, and finds a place in our team of the week. His clash with John Terry may have taken the Chelsea skipper out of the game, but his goal against them very much kept Liverpool in it. Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy kept one of the weekend's few clean sheets with a solid performance against Reading that once again underlined his international squad credentials. Andrew Matthews/PA
Leighton Baines risks being an ever-present in our team of the week, such is the poise he shows in the Everton defence - emphasised again by his performance against Sunderland. Michael Regan/Getty Images
West Ham United's war horse Kevin Nolan scored against his former side in another commanding performance at the heart of the Hammers midfield. Lindsey Parnaby/AFP