Salah & Rashford lead Premier League Team of the Week

The Liverpool hotshot's hat-trick took his side to the top of the table while the Red Devils picked up their first win in five over Fulham

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    Kepa Arrizabalaga | Chelsea

    Kepa became just the second goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet against Manchester City this season after Liverpool's Alisson.
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    Ashley Young | Manchester United

    Red Devils captain Young scored and assisted in the same Premier League game for the first time since April 2015.
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    Sokratis Papastathopoulos | Arsenal

    Sokratis helped Arsenal to a clean sheet against Huddersfield Town, making five interceptions in the process; three more than any other Gunners player.
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    David Luiz | Chelsea

    No Chelsea player made more recoveries (seven) or clearances (seven) against Manchester City than David Luiz while he also secured the points for the Blues with his second-half goal.
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    Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

    No Liverpool player had more touches (97), tackles (four) or clearances (three) than Robertson in their 4-0 victory over Bournemouth.
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    Felipe Anderson | West Ham

    Anderson has scored five goals in his last six league games, as many as his previous 34 combined for both the Hammers and Lazio.
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    Juan Mata | Manchester United

    Mata is only the third Spanish player to both score 50+ goals and register 50+ assists in Premier League history after Cesc Fabregas and David Silva.
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    Robert Snodgrass | West Ham

    Snodgrass scored his first Premier League goal for West Ham against Crystal Palace, and his first for any club since January 2017 for Hull City against West Brom, 705 days ago.
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    Marcus Rashford | Manchester United

    Rashford was involved in three goals in a Premier League match for the first time since February 2016 against Arsenal – his debut in the competition.
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    Mohamed Salah | Liverpool

    Salah has scored the opening goal in more Premier League games than any other player this season (seven).
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    Son Heung-Min | Tottenham

    Son was directly involved in six of Spurs’ seven shots against Leicester (four shots, two chances created).