Jubilant city celebrate in style - Premier League Team of the Weekend

Manchester City's title winners dominate our Premier League Team of the Weekend, but who else made the cut?

After Stoke City took the lead in the 11th minute against Burnley, they had to withstand a barrage of shots as the Clarets probed for an equaliser. The visitors did eventually level through Ashley Barnes, but Potters goalkeeper Jack Butland emerged with plenty of credit after making six saves – four more than opposite number Nick Pope. Photo: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images
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Manchester City attacked with fluency and flair down both flanks against Swansea, and it is often the strength of their full-backs that allows them to play at their very best. Danilo made two interceptions, a block and assisted Kevin De Bruyne for an absolutely sensational strike. Photo: Getty Images
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Bournemouth were chasing the game from the 28th minute against Manchester United following Chris Smalling's opening goal. But the Cherries failed to break down a defence marshalled by Phil Jones, who made five clearances and five interceptions as United kept a clean sheet that will have pleased Jose Mourinho. Photo: AFP
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Watford had by far the better chances to break the deadlock in their goalless draw with Crystal Palace, and key to their dominance was the strength of their defence. Centre-back Christian Kabasele (L) made four tackles and two blocks to keep the Eagles at bay – more than any other Watford player. Photo: AFP
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The attacking instincts of converted left-back Fabian Delph were in evidence when Raheem Sterling doubled Manchester City's lead in the first half against Swansea. Delph linked up with David Silva beautifully to tee up Sterling, while also completing 97 per cent of his passes in the game - the most of any City player. Photo: AFP
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Arsenal made departing manager Arsene Wenger proud on Sunday, putting West Ham to the sword in a 4-1 victory at Emirates Stadium. As well as giving his side the lead in the 82nd minute, Aaron Ramsey made three key passes, including an assist for Alexandre Lacazette's second goal. Photo: Getty Images
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Stoke City went into their game against Burnley under considerable pressure, having lost their previous three home games. The cool head of Senegalese midfielder Badou N'Diaye (R) helped to settle their nerves, he scored their goal and made six tackles in a 1-1 draw at the bet365 Stadium. Photo: AFP
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David Silva has been irresistible this season and he helped Manchester City get in the mood for a Premier League title-winning party with a brilliant performance against Swansea. He scored the first of City's five goals and completed 94 per cent of his passes in a consummate display of midfield mastery. Photo: Getty Images
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Mohamed Salah is the Premier League's leading goalscorer with 31 and he has been most potent in at Anfield, scoring 18 times on home turf in the top flight. But the Egyptian magician reminded supporters he also travels well when he scored his 13th away goal of the season in Liverpool's 2-2 draw at West Brom. Photo: Getty Images
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Alexandre Lacazette is hitting form at the right time of the season and he continued to sparkle in Arsenal's 4-1 win over West Ham. Lacazette scored with both his shots on target in the final 10 minutes against the Hammers, taking his tally for the season to 13 Premier League goals. Photo: Getty Images
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Raheem Sterling has emerged as the player Manchester City always hoped he would be this season, scoring more league goals than in any other season of his career. He latched onto Fabian Delph's cross to plunder his 18th of the campaign with his only shot on target. Photo: Getty Images
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