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Four minutes of Willian

One of the more pleasant surprises of the season so far has been the play of Willian. Picked up right at the end of the summer transfer window, the purchase of the former Shakhtar Donetsk man was seen more of a way to annoy Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool than a means by which the side might seriously be improved.

But Willian has proved us wrong. He's now forced his way into the starting lineup and is a major part of the way the team plays, harrying the opposition high up the pitch in order to win the ball before integrating himself with the attacking midfield core. He's not perfect yet, or particularly close -- his final ball tends to be lacking and his finishing hasn't exactly been top notch aside from the goal at Norwich City -- but he's done far better than anyone really expected him to.

And so he gets celebrated with a highlights video. Enjoy.

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