Neil Etheridge – Cardiff City
The only 0-0 result of the weekend, but only due to the heroics of Etheridge in the Bluebirds goal, saving a last-minute penalty as one of six saves in the match.
Kieran Trippier – Tottenham
Worked tirelessly down the right, putting in cross after cross, and topping it off with a goal.
Steve Cook – Bournemouth
Solid at the back, and popped up with what would be the winning goal.
Virgil van Dijk – Liverpool
Liverpool’s defensive rock, mopping up virtually everything that came his way, as Liverpool kept their second clean sheet of the season.
Marcos Alonso – Chelsea
An assist for the opener, before scoring the winner himself.
Theo Walcott – Everton
He might have only made 20 accurate passes in the game, but they were into dangerous areas, finishing the game with a goal and an assist as Everton picked up their first win of the season.
David Silva – Manchester City
Another fine performance from “Merlin”, scoring a fine free-kick on an emotional day for the Spaniard.
James Maddison – Leicester
Really looks the part having made the step-up from the Championship, scoring his first Premier League goal.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Arsenal
Aside from a glaring miss, Mkhitaryan was instrumental to Arsenal’s best spell of the match against Chelsea, scoring one, and setting up the other.
Gabriel Jesus – Manchester City
Formed a great partnership in Pep Guardiola’s extraordinarily attacking formation, scoring one of Manchester City’s six goals.
Sergio Aguero – Manchester City
Yet another hat-trick for this simply wonderful striker.