Premier League Team of the Week: David Silva & Gundogan in as Man City lead the way

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Victory over Chelsea saw Pep Guardiola's side provide three players, while Spurs supplied two

  1. Jack Butland | Stoke City

    Butland made six saves and kept a clean sheet in Stoke's goalless draw against Southampton.
  2. Seamus Coleman | Everton

    Registered his first Premier League assist of the season and completed 87% of his passes, the best ratio in the Everton team.
  3. Aymeric Laporte | Man City

    Laporte gained possession 12 times against Chelsea, the most of any player on either side.
  4. Jan Vertonghen | Tottenham

    Vertonghen made the most clearances (6) of any Spurs player in their 2-0 win over Huddersfield.
  5. Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

    Robertson made 63 passes in Newcastle's half during Liverpool's victory, more than any other Reds player attempted.
  6. David Silva | Man City

    Silva registered his 73rd Premier League assist in Man City's win against Chelsea - he has 20 more than any other player since his debut.
  7. Ki Sung-yueng | Swansea

    Scored and assisted in a Premier League game for the first time since January 2014 (against Fulham for Sunderland).
  8. Ilkay Gundogan | Man City

    Gundogan completed 167 passes against Chelsea, the most of any player in a Premier League game since 2003/04.
  9. Riyad Mahrez | Leicester City

    Mahrez scored a 97th minute equaliser and had three shots on target - as many as Bournemouth managed as a team.
  10. Troy Deeney | Watford

    After his winner against West Brom, Deeney has now scored in each of his last three Premier League matches at Vicarage Road.
  11. Son Heung-Min | Tottenham

    Son scored both of Spurs' goals against Huddersfield - nine of his 10 Premier League goals this season have been at Wembley.