Michel Vorm (Spurs)
Kept Spurs in it and helped gain a point with some great saves and cracking slide tackles. Could be a character in the film Small Soldiers.
Hector Bellerin (Arsenal)
He’s quicker than a soapy nudist on a slip ‘n’ slide. Whizzed down the right causing constant threat.
Wes Morgan (Leicester)
Dominant display and scored the winner.
Curtis Davies (Hull)
Third week in a row! Think I’ve got a man crush. Big Sam – get him in.
James Milner (Liverpool)
His opposite number Danny Rose got the equaliser but Milner showed his versatility with a solid display at left back. No thrills – unsurprisingly.
Danny Drinkwater (Leicester)
Nudged out Kante and Xhaka for his place. Great assist for Vardy and put himself about. Constantly hydrated….sorry, too try hard?
Eden Hazard (Chelsea) STAR MAN
The tricky Belgian back to his best and is one of the stars of the Premier League. Makes you wonder why he wasn’t interested last year.
Raheem Sterling (Man City)
On fire at the minute and grabbed 2 goals to send City back top.
David Silva (Man City)
Pulls the strings like Jepetto and gets in to the pockets of space like loose change.
Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)
Came off the bench and was United’s spark. Grabbed the winner and some good swapsys on his stickers in the players lounge post-match.
Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal)
Scored 1, set up 2. Say no more.
Manager of the week
Arsene Wenger (Arsenal)
Ol’ moneybags silenced a few doubters with a good away win and a couple of signings to boot.
Goal of the week
Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
Burnley didn’t sense the danger when Eden ducked inside but he caused a hazard with his pearler into the bottom corner.
Bad week for…
Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)
Benchwarming for the gunners, shipped out on loan and left out of the England squad. An uncertain future awaits.
By Darren Wells.