Hero: Hugo Loris
The World Cup winning goalkeeper has had his wobbly moments this season, but he was crucial in rescuing a point for Spurs in their feisty 1-1 draw with Arsenal in the North London Derby.
His stoppage-time penalty save could prove to be vital come the end of the season, and should restore some pride in a shaky Tottenham after a couple of poor results.
Villain: Davinson Sanchez
The Columbian defender had an afternoon to forget in the North London Derby. The penalty he gave away was very harsh in his defence; however he cannot be exonerated for his antics in the build up to Aaron Ramsey’s goal.
The former Ajax man sold himself completely, diving in and not reading the situation as the Welshman gratefully ran past him and raced clear on goal.
He resembled a young Glenn Johnson from thereon in at Wembley and looked the weak link in Spurs’ rearguard.
Hero: Romelu Lukaku
The big Belgian has been bang in form of late and was inspired again for Manchester United in their 3-2 win over Southampton.
That’s just the four goals in his last two games now as he put The Saints to the sword at Old Trafford.
His second goal, in particular, was a beauty, guiding the ball with tracer like precision into the bottom corner and away from the diving Angus Gunn, He wasn’t even looking either, show off.
Villain: Lucas Torreira
The Uruguayan was guilty of a reckless lunge on Danny Rose in the dying stages of the action at Wembley. The Arsenal midfielder flew in, studs up and could have taken the England full back’s leg off had it been more firmly planted in the ground.
It was not an intentional one, but those kinds of tackles are outright dangerous and have no place in the modern game – even if in a feisty derby. Torriera did at least look genuinely remorseful as he left the pitch under a cloud.
Hero: Andre Gray
Poor old Brendan! The former Celtic manager strode confidently into the King Power Stadium last week with Claude Puel’s seat still warm on the Leicester touchline.
He will have been hoping for an instant bounce. However, his side endured a torrid start at Vicarage Road as they were a goal down inside five minutes. A 75th minute Jamie Vardy strike out of nothing looked to have secured a point for Rodgers in his first game in charge, only for substitute Andre Gray to pop up in stoppage time with a well-taken goal to nick all three points for the high flying Hornets.
That’s twice in two home games Gray has been a late match winner for side as the good times keep rolling at Watford.
Villain: Mohamed Salah
Something just isn’t clicking for the Egyptian winger at the moment. Salah has so often been the hero for Liverpool in the past 18 months, but in the 200th league billing of the Merseyside Derby, he was in bloody awful form if the truth be told.
Twice, he was clean through on goal, and both times he fluffed his lines as the Reds dropped precious points in the title race.
Salah just didn’t look on it at all and his overall game was flat and uninspired. You need your match winners sometimes, when you’re in a bit of a hole, but for the fourth game in a row, Salah was nowhere to be seen for the Reds.
His manager is not panicking and is happy to blame the wind, but there will be a fair share of Liverpool fans who are suitably concerned about this awfully timed blip in form by the popular winger.