Premier League Team of the Week: Aguero, Salah and Hazard lead the way

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The star trio lead the line after another productive weekend, with the Manchester City and Liverpool forwards closing in on the league scoring lead

  1. Martin Dubravka | Newcastle

    Martin Dubravka | Newcastle

    Dubravka made three saves on his Premier League debut for the Magpies, leading them to a 1-0 win over Manchester United.
  2. Kyle Walker | Manchester City

    Kyle Walker | Manchester City

    Walker had more touches (126) and completed more passes (92) than any other Manchester City player in their 5-1 win over Leicester City.
  3. Jamaal Lascelles | Newcastle

    Jamaal Lascelles | Newcastle

    Lascelles made three blocks and nine clearances in Newcastle's hard-fought win over the Red Devils at St James' Park.
  4. James Collins | West Ham

    James Collins | West Ham

    Collins made 19 clearances while helping preserve West Ham's clean sheet in a 2-0 win over Watford — more than twice as many as any other Hammers player.
  5. Ben Davies | Tottenham

    Ben Davies | Tottenham

    The Welsh international provided the assist for Harry Kane's goal in a 1-0 triumph over Arsenal at Wembley.
  6. Kevin De Bruyne | Manchester City
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    Kevin De Bruyne | Manchester City

    De Bruyne produced a hat-trick of assists for Manchester City, with two of those coming for Sergio Aguero, as the league leaders thrashed Leicester.
  7. Ki Sung-yueng | Swansea City

    Ki Sung-yueng | Swansea City

    The midfielder made three key passes and scored the game's only goal in a victory over Burnley.
  8. Mousa Dembele | Tottenham
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    Mousa Dembele | Tottenham

    Dembele completed 97 per cent of his passes in the north London derby victory over Arsenal — the best percentage of any Spurs player.
  9. Mohamed Salah | Liverpool
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    Mohamed Salah | Liverpool

    Salah scored and assisted for the third time in a Premier League game this season, though the 2-0 win over Southampton was his first such performance away from home.
  10. Sergio Aguero | Manchester City
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    Sergio Aguero | Manchester City

    The Argentine netted the eighth hat-trick of his Premier League career, with each of his four shots on target against Leicester being converted.
  11. Eden Hazard | Chelsea
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    Eden Hazard | Chelsea

    After his double in a 3-0 win over West Brom, Hazard has now had a hand in 105 goals in the Premier League for Chelsea (68 goals, 37 assists) — only Didier Drogba (159) and Frank Lampard (237) have been involved in more for the club.