We had an incredible weekend in the Premier League as we had clashes between top strikers, derbies, comebacks, and an incredible 36 goals this matchday as it's time to celebrate the best players of the past three days. We were blessed this weekend with five or six top performances, and yes, it was hard deciding three but if you want to tell us your three stars let us know at DST_Tweets on Twitter.
Third Star: Fernando Llorente - Swansea City A.F.C.
Fernando Llorente has spurred Swansea to what it seems like the road to safety as they won another relegation six-pointer. Swansea is now five points off the relegation zone in what I think it's time to believe that Swansea can stay up. Llorente had six shots, two goals (one was an injury time winner), one shot off the post, 75% passing percentage, 1 successful take on and won four aerial duels. With him saving Swansea with a huge win, the Spanish striker got a match rating of 9 and the Barclays Man of the Match. Due to him helping a team escape what seems to be relegation scares, he made this list over Harry Kane.
Second Star: Artur Boruc - A.F.C. Bournemouth
Artur Boruc was stellar in Bournemouth's draw at Manchester United to help them get back to good form as they have been sliding down the table. Bournemouth was in an uphill battle as they were down to 10 men, but Boruc saved the day with a penalty save, six more saves and two clearances. Boruc has been getting a lot of hate for being inconsistent and frankly poor all season but wow was he world class this weekend. What a massive result for Bournemouth and for the Top Four race. He ended the match with a 9.2 match rating and the Man of the Match
First Star: Nathan Redmond - Southampton F.C.
Southampton's Nathan Redmond is this week first star of the Premier League! Nathan Redmond is showing why he is one of the best signings of this season as he tormented Watford in an important match after last week's disappointing loss in the EFL Cup Final. Redmond was a force in this match with five chances created, two successful crosses (both in the 18-yard box), five successful takes, two tackles and of course, his two gorgeous goals. If you didn't' watch the match, you might not understand how important Redmond was, but he looked like a top class winger, beating players and being the focal point for this Southampton offense that has been hot of late. He ended the match with a rating of 9.72 and the Man of the Match. Will he get a Call-Up to the English National Team?
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