That came around quick, didn't it?
English Premier League Week 15 was, quite frankly, insane. Results were all over the place and performances were too, making for some exciting matchups and quizzical results.
Here's your weekly best from England's top tier, including Wayne Rooney, Brad Guzan and more in a 4-4-2 diamond formation.
Brad Guzan spoiled the homecoming party for Harry Redknapp by pulling off several top-tier saves at Loftus Road.
After Aston Villa took the lead, the American goalkeeper really came to the fore and made a wonderful save one vs. one with Shaun Wright-Phillips.
Ultimately, it was Guzan who salvaged Villa a point in this crucial fixture and racked up an impressive seven saves.
Arsenal taking on Swansea was attractive for the neutral for one major reason—two similar philosophies clashing. Who would come out victorious?
Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski were given a hellish time on their flank, as Angel Rangel, combining with the exciting Nathan Dyer, dominated the touchline and created lots of the Swans' positive play.
It appears Rangel is fast becoming one of the premier right-backs in the English Premier League, and he edges out Glen Johnson this weekend.
Daniel Agger struck with a fine header to secure Liverpool a vital victory over Southampton.
It was a battle for possession and the Reds came out on top, but it took a big centre-half to break the deadlock against a resolute Saints side.
While many anticipated a stroll in the park, Nigel Adkins' side have in fact developed into a good side with potent attacking options. A clean sheet is very impressive.
Stoke registered their sixth clean sheet of the season in style, keeping out an in-form West Brom with a 1-0 scoreline.
Ryan Shawcross continued his excellent form by shutting down Shane Long with ease, while the usually exciting Zoltan Gera was rendered ineffective.
We all knew the Potters were solid at the back, but they're nearing a one-in-two clean sheet ratio right now. Absurd stuff.
It doesn't matter where you play Jan Vertonghen; he'll excel in every position. I'm starting to think he'd make a good winger.
Since Benoit Assou-Ekotto's injury, the Belgian has been featuring on the left side for Andre Villas-Boas. He's clearly enjoying the attacking liberties attached to the position while also dealing with an exclusively attacking Gareth Bale.
Clean sheet in a London derby? Can't complain.
Sandro doesn't score very often, but when he does, it's truly a sight to behold.
Maybe he practices a lot on the training ground, because he doesn't let these go very often during matches.
He contributed superbly, as usual, toward the defensive phase of Tottenham's game and just seems so comfortable next to Moussa Dembele.
It should be noted that Mohamed Diame was a game-changer against Chelsea, but doesn't qualify for the list, as he didn't start.
At this point, it seems like Marouane Fellaini is being included in this team as a matter of course. Truthfully, his consistently excellent performances merit his inclusion, and he took no prisoners at the Etihad Stadium.
I've never seen anyone bully Yaya Toure before—I didn't even think it was possible—but the Ivorian was on his backside more often than not after tangling with the big Belgian.
His goal, eventually scored with his thigh of all body parts, was just rewards for another dominant performance.
Another excellent performance from Clint Dempsey sees him rise in the estimations of Tottenham fans yet again.
He's finally living up to his summer billing and has rediscovered his eye-of-the-needle through-ball that made him such a playmaker at Craven Cottage.
His threaded pass for Jermain Defoe was perfect.
While world football aficionados were expecting good things from bargain buy Michu, no one was quite expecting this.
His two late goals that secured Swansea an impressive victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium were his ninth and 10th of the season—an unbelievable feat.
Composure, aerial ability, speed, strength and channel manipulation. The Spaniard has it all.
At times, it seemed Wayne Rooney was a one-man team against Reading.
He overcame his penalty woes, tracked back when necessary and created plenty of chances for his teammates.
Each week, he looks more and more comfortably in the roaming role he's been awarded, and it was difficult to know which position to use him in for this Team of the Week.
Jermain Defoe is absolutely on fire at the moment.
Two more goals, this time against Fulham at Craven Cottage, proved he is the perfect compliment to Tottenham's creative midfield corps.
The England international now has nine goals this season, which is good for second in the goalscoring charts.
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