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Shearer: Wan-Bissaka kept Sterling quiet

10 Dec 2019
Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Premier League Champion names Man Utd right-back in his Team of the Week for his performance in derby win

The prospect of facing Raheem Sterling at the Etihad Stadium can be daunting for Premier League defenders, but Aaron Wan-Bissaka rose to the challenge on Saturday.

The 22-year-old Manchester United right-back ensured Sterling had a frustrating afternoon as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side won the derby 2-1.

Wan-Bissaka's performance earned him a place in Premier League ChampionĀ Alan Shearer's Team of the Week.

Martin Dubravka (NEW) | NEW 2-1 SOU

A key figure again in Newcastle United's latest victory, making vital saves in a tight contest.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (MUN) | MCI 1-2 MUN

Facing a really tricky customer in Sterling, he defended incredibly well and didn't give the Manchester City winger a kick.

Mason Holgate (EVE) | EVE 3-1 CHE

Superb in everything he did. Everton's defence was much improved against a dangerous Chelsea side.

Jonny Evans (LEI) | AVL 1-4 LEI

Only getting better with age. He reads the game well and gives everyone around him confidence.

Enda Stevens (SHU) | NOR 1-2 SHU

Sheffield United are still undefeated away from home and the left wing-back has more than played his part. This time he scored the equalising goal.

Scott McTominay (MUN) | MCI 1-2 MUN

A brilliant display against class opposition, giving Manchester United's pacy forwards opportunities to hurt the champions on the counter.

Jordan Henderson (LIV) | BOU 0-3 LIV

His energy and passing was superb and he provided a well-earned assist.

Son Heung-min (TOT) | TOT 5-0 BUR

His run from inside his own half will surely be a Goal of the Season contender and he set up another strike, too.

Harry Kane (TOT) | TOT 5-0 BUR

Produced two clinical finishes, showed intelligent movement and his fine passing ability set up the assist for Moussa Sissoko's goal.

Jamie Vardy (LEI) | AVL 1-4 LEI

Added two more goals to his tally. There is just no stopping the Premier League's leading scorer.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE) | EVE 3-1 CHE

Bullied Chelsea's back four and scored two very important goals. He looks set to be an influential figure while Duncan Ferguson is in charge at Goodison Park.

Manager: Duncan Ferguson (EVE) | EVE 3-1 CHE

Inspired a performance full of energy and aggression and the crowd responded. No one will fancy visiting Goodison if Everton keep playing like that in front of their home fans.

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