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Premier League Team of Midweek: Sensational Suarez

After the latest round of Premier League action, we bring you our pick of the best players on display in the English top flight.

And to give you a flavour of how their performances were viewed across the land, we have also included tweets from players, journalists and random punters.

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GK: Tim Howard, for Everton against Manchester United (8/10)

The Everton stopper wasn’t as busy as United players would have hoped, but Howard produced a number of fine saves as his side claimed their first win at Old Trafford in 11 years.

Key moment (72’): Brilliant save! Evra brings a great save from Howard with a header from the corner, and then Welbeck heads it against the crossbar. So close

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RB: Carl Jenkinson, for Arsenal against Hull City (8/10)

A typically reliant defensive display for the right-back who also chipped in with an early assist.

Key moment (3’): Nicklas Bendtner nods into the net from the Jenkinson cross. Brilliant move and finish. Arsenal lead after their first attack.

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CB: Vincent Kompany, for Manchester City against West Brom (8/10)

Returned after a long injury lay-off and showed no signs of rustiness as he put in a customary commanding performance at the centre of the City defence.

Key moment (39’): Morrison finds Berahino who comes in on his left foot. Just as he pulls the trigger, Kompany comes flying in to block. Wonderful defending.

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CB: Vlad Chiriches, for Tottenham against Fulham (8/10)

A calming influence at the back for Tottenham who clawed them back into the game with a humdinger of a leveller against Fulham.

Key moment (74’): A corner is cleared to Chiriches, some 35 yards out, and he cracks an inch-perfect daisy cutter past a motionless Stekelenburg, just inside his right post.

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LB: Bryan Oviedo, for Everton against Manchester United (7/10)

Has stepped into the Leighton Baines breach with consummate ease and scored the winner as Everton won at Old Trafford for the first time since 1992.

Key moment (86’): Lukaku spins on the right of the box, sending a pass to the back post for Oviedo to fire into the goal.

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CDM: Fabian Delph, for Aston Villa against Southampton (7/10)

Has taken time to acclimatise to the Premier League with injuries hampering his progress but seems to have settled and has put in some fine box-to-box midfield displays in recent weeks.

Key moment (80’): Delph runs towards goal and unleashes a stunning shot into the top corner.

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CDM: Jonjo Shelvey, for Swansea against Newcastle (8/10)

Shelvey was at the heart of everything Swansea did well, injecting a spark in midfield with his clever passing, and put the cherry on top of Swansea's cake with a beautifully curled third.

Key moment (81’): Shelvey’s last effort may have been clawed out, but this time he curls one from 25 yards into the top corner. Krul gets a touch, but cannot keep it out.

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AMR: Aaron Ramsey, for Arsenal against Hull (8/10)

The Welsh wonder continues to perform to the highest of standards. For once, he didn’t get on the scoresheet but caused havoc throughout in the Gunners’ comfortable win over Hull and got an assist for Ozil.

Key moment (32’): Brilliant strike from Ramsey to wallop the shot at McGregor from 25 yards. Bit of cut spin on the ball, but a fine stop by the Scotland goalkeeper to nudge the ball wide.

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AM: Mesut Ozil, for Arsenal against Hull (8/10)

Makes football look so simple with him and Ramsey almost telepathic at times in their passing movements. Ozil ran the show from deep making 87 percent of passes, and was unfortunate to finish the match with only one goal.

Key moment (47'): Ozil with a beautiful finish from the Ramsey pass. That is a terrific goal. Lovely stuff. No more than Arsenal deserve for their play this evening.

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AML: Eden Hazard, for Chelsea against Sunderland (9/10)

The Belgian was simply sublime today, and looked a potent threat every time he picked up the ball. With one beautiful assist and two beautiful goals – he was the difference in this close-fought thriller.

Key moment (62’): Chelsea are back in front and it's that man Hazard again! A little give and go with Lampard on the left hand side of the box and he engineers some space before lashing past Mannone from near the penalty spot.

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ST: Luis Suarez, for Liverpool against Norwich (9/10)

Scored four, three of which were absolute stunners and capped off a masterclass with an assist.

Key moment (34’): Another absolute stunner from Suarez who flicks the ball over Leroy Fer before hammering it past Ruddy from distance.