FA Cup team of the week: Giant-killers Lincoln and Millwall rub shoulders with elites of Chelsea and Spurs
Claudio Bravo impresses on return to Manchester City starting line-up and Harry Kane hat-trick sees Tottenham progress.
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Goalkeeper: Claudio Bravo (Manchester City)
Recalled after traumatic outings against Everton and Tottenham Hotspur, the Chilean earned City a replay with fine saves from Jack Payne and Rajiv van la Parra.
Right-back: Shaun Cummings (Millwall)
The full-back showed his sense of adventure to pop up in the Leicester City box and score a last-minute winner for 10-man Millwall.
Centre-back: Sean Raggett (Lincoln City)
Scored perhaps the most famous goal in Lincoln’s history as they became the first non-league side for 28 years to knock out top-flight opponents.
Centre-back: Luke Waterfall (Lincoln City)
Set up Raggett’s winner but, just as importantly, the captain was a rock at the back as they kept a clean sheet against Burnley.
Left-back: Pedro (Chelsea)
Had some defensive difficulties as a left wing-back, but showed his attacking excellence by surging forward to score the opener against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Right midfield: Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur)
The Dane returned to form with typical class, setting up two of Harry Kane’s goals in Spurs’ emphatic win over Fulham.
Centre midfield: Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea)
Provided a midfield masterclass with some wonderful passing as the Spaniard dictated play in the 2-0 win over Wolves.
Centre midfield: Philip Billing (Huddersfield Town)
A huge figure in the centre of the pitch, the young Dane showed his considerable promise as Huddersfield held Manchester City.
Left midfield: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Manchester United)
Provided the pass of the weekend with his wonderful, arcing ball to set up Marcus Rashford’s equaliser at Blackburn Rovers.
Striker: Harry Kane (Tottenham)
A specialist in London derbies, Kane’s hat-trick at Craven Cottage took his tally to 23 goals in capital clashes and got Spurs back to winning ways.
Striker: Rudy Gestede (Middlesbrough)
A brilliant acrobatic volley against Oxford United showed the January signing is not just a target man who is good with his head.
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Published: February 20, 2017 04:00 AM