By Ogbonna Goodluck
The Liverpool forwards starred in an Anfield demolition of Arsenal and form part of a four-man Reds unit included in our pick of the top-flight crop
The England goalkeeper produced six saves in helping to keep a clean sheet against Huddersfield Town.
Valencia (104) was one of two Manchester United players to register 100+ touches in their win over Leicester (Pogba – 132).
Rudiger made five clearances and one block in preserving Chelsea’s clean sheet against Everton.
Prodl made nine clearances to help 10-man Watford to a 0-0 draw against Brighton.
Mee produced seven blocks in Burnley’s hard-fought 1-1 draw at Wembley against Tottenham.
The Spaniard made six tackles against Arsenal, twice as many as any of his Liverpool teammates.
De Bruyne made more key passes than any other Manchester City player against Bournemouth (4).
Fabregas produced three key passes and scored once in Chelsea’s victory over Everton.
Can recovered possession nine times against Arsenal, the most of any Liverpool player in the game.
Salah registered five of Liverpool’s 10 shots on target against Arsenal, while also picking up a goal and an assist in the process.
The Brazilian scored and assisted to put Liverpool two goals ahead, in an eventual 4-0 victory over Arsenal at Anfield.