Premier League Team of the Week: Aubameyang & Mkhitaryan star after Arsenal rout

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The Gunners new boys were in brilliant form against Everton while stars from Manchester United & Liverpool also make the grade

  1. Wayne Hennessey | Crystal Palace

    The Welsh goalkeeper made seven saves for Palace in their 1-1 draw against Newcastle United.
  2. Antonio Valencia | Manchester United

    Valencia recovered possession five times and made two interceptions in his team's win over Huddersfield Town.
  3. Laurent Koscielny | Arsenal

    As well as finding the net, the France international made nine clearances in Arsenal's 5-1 win over Everton; the most of any player for the Gunners.
  4. Marcos Rojo | Manchester United

    Rojo completed 94% of his passes against Huddersfield, with 36 of his 88 passes coming in the opposition half.
  5. Danilo | Manchester City

    Danilo scored Manchester City's only goal against Burnley, and also made the most tackles of any player for the Citizens (four).
  6. Mario Lemina | Southampton

    Lemina recovered possession on 10 occasions for Southampton at the Hawthorns; the most of any player for the Saints. He also netted his first Premier League goal with a stunning strike.
  7. Aaron Ramsey | Arsenal

    Wales international Ramsey scored his first Premier League hat-trick from just three shots in their win against Everton.
  8. Mohamed Salah | Liverpool

    Salah netted a brace for Liverpool, converting both of his two shots on target in the game.
  9. Henrikh Mkhitaryan | Arsenal

    Mkhitaryan is the first Arsenal player to provide three or more assists in a Premier League game since Santi Cazorla (4) vs Wigan in May 2013.
  10. Alexis Sanchez | Manchester United

    Alexis got off the mark for United as he netted the Red Devils's second of the game and also made three key passes for his team.
  11. Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang | Arsenal

    Aubameyang scored on his Premier League debut for Arsenal, and also provided a 'second assist' for the Gunners' opening goal.