ASMIR BEGOVIC | BOURNEMOUTH
The Bournemouth keeper made a crucial injury-time penalty save against Crystal Palace to keep the score at 2-2, making six stops in total against the Eagles.
JOE GOMEZ | LIVERPOOL
Along with his assist for Salah's goal, Gomez also made four tackles against Everton; double the amount of any other Liverpool player.
WINSTON REID | WEST HAM
Winston Reid made an impressive 10 clearances against the Blues, to secure a win and a clean sheet for the Hammers.
ANGELO OGBONNA | WEST HAM
Ogbonna was at the heart of a West Ham defence that kept a clean sheet against current Premier League champions Chelsea. No player made more blocks on matchday 16 (3).
BEN DAVIES | TOTTENHAM
Ben Davies picked up his third assist of the season against Stoke last time out. In fact, the Spurs defender has created more chances for his team than other defender.
KI SUNG-YUENG | SWANSEA CITY
Ki Sung-yueng created five chances for the Swans in their 1-0 win over the Baggies at Liberty Stadium, his best return since December 2013.
JONATHAN HOGG | HUDDERSFIELD
Hogg dominated the midfield as Huddersfield beat Brighton 2-0. The Terriers midfielder created three chances, made six tackles and had a pass accuracy of 89.2%; no Huddersfield player had better totals.
SON HEUNG-MIN | TOTTENHAM
Son Heung-Min both scored and assisted in Tottenham's win on Saturday. The South Korean created six chances for his teammates, no player created more in MD16.
DAVID SILVA | MANCHESTER CITY
The Spanish playermaker opened the scoring in City's 2-1 win over their Manchester rivals. In fact, five of David Silva’s six Premier League goal involvements against Man Utd have come at Old Trafford (3 goals, 2 assists).
MOHAMED SALAH | LIVERPOOL
Salah has scored 19 goals in 24 appearances for Liverpool this season (all competitions), as many as he netted for Roma last term in 41 games.
HARRY KANE | TOTTENHAM
Harry Kane found the net twice as Spurs ran out 5-1 winners against Stoke. The England man scored his 90th Premier League goal in just his 131st game – only Alan Shearer (113 games) did so quicker.