The Premier League's third round of fixtures saw Chelsea maintain their 100 percent record with a thrilling 6-3 win over Everton while champions Manchester City suffered a shock home defeat to Stoke City.
Elsewhere Arsenal were held by Leicester City, Liverpool brushed Tottenham aside while Manchester United are still searching for their first win of the season after only registering a 0-0 draw with Burnley.
Our Team of the Week begins at Turf Moor where Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton (4) kept Manchester United at bay with some fine saves. The former United trainee thwarted Robin van Persie in the first half before claiming a number of balls into the box as the visitors chased a winner.
Heading up a defensive trio is Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross (4) who worked tirelessly to keep Sergio Aguero and Stevan Jovetic quiet at the Etihad Stadium, and no doubt impressed any possible suitors ahead of transfer deadline day.
He is joined in the backline by Leicester City's Wes Morgan (4.5), who put in a number of fine blocks in and around his own area against Arsenal, and Burnley skipper Jason Shackell (4.5) after he kept Van Persie and Wayne Rooney at bay with a tough-tackling display against Louis van Gaal's men.
Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling (4.5) takes his place on the right-hand side of midfield following another fine showing for the Reds. The England international opened the scoring at White Hart Lane with a tap-in at the back post and troubled the Tottenham defence whenever he found himself in possession.
Joining him in midfield are Morgan Schneiderlin (4.5), who put behind him a frustrating summer to score twice as Southampton recorded their first win of the campaign at Upton Park. Even an error which led to Mark Noble's opener couldn't ruin an impressive showing from the Tottenham target.
Swansea City are the only side other than Chelsea to have made a 100 percent start to the season, and they are represented by Gylfi Sigurdsson (4.5) and Nathan Dyer (4.5) as the pair shone in the 3-0 win over West Brom. The pair combined twice, with the latter finding the net on both occasions, to put the Baggies to the sword.
Leading the line is the league's top-goalscorer Diego Costa (4), who took his tally since moving to Stamford Bridge to four in three matches as he struck in the first and last minute at Goodison Park.
He spearheads an attacking trio that is completed by Leonardo Ulloa (4), who netted a fine header to secure a point for Leicester against Arsenal, and Gabriel Agbonlahor (4) after he ran Hull City ragged and produced a fine finish on the turn to open the scoring at Villa Park.
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