When this Saturday goes down in history, it will definitely not be known for any instant classics. We had five games, and three ended in draws. Even though none were that exciting and memorable that still doesn't mean we didn't have some pretty great performances today, So let's get into our three stars of Saturday!
Third Star: Philippe Coutinho - Liverpool
Philippe Coutinho maybe didn't have the greatest game on the stat sheet that he will ever have but he was once again was the piece that ticks this Liverpool side together. As you guys know I am always critical of Coutinho but this season with all of these quiet yet class performances that make KDB and Ozil who they are, he seems to be climbing the ranks of Premier League Midfielders (Still would rather Eriksen though). He ended the match with an 8.38 rating which made him Man Of The Match.
Second Star: Troy Deeney - Watford F.C.
Troy Deeney had a goal today in Watford's 2-2 draw with Bournemouth. Deeney has once again shown why he is the captain of Watford as he willed his team to a great point in a match they maybe should have lost (But thankfully, Wilshere is shit and can't finish a sitter). Troy ended the game with an 8.58 match rating and the Match of The Match. With Kane being injured maybe he can get a surprise call-up for England (but probably not).
First Star: Diego Costa - Chelsea F.C.
Costa was the main man for Chelsea again against Hull City as he scored a goal and set up the other in their 2-0 victory. He seems back to his old self as he is scoring at will for Chelsea. Due to this incredible performance he had an 8.84 match rating and received Man of The Match. If you ask me, it is evident that he is the main man at Chelsea now and Hazard needs to start being more consistent if he wants to be known as the best player at Chelsea. Good job Diego (I still hate you though).
I think this is the first time we have done this where it will be hard to debate who deserves to be in the three stars, but if you don't agree with me just tweet us at @DST_Tweets. Thank you all for showing your support for this blog and let's keep it going! We are back tomorrow for some more great Premier League content!