Premier League Team of the Week: Man City stars lead the way after eight-goal Watford thrashing

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Four players from Pep Guardiola's side make the list after they comprehensively beat the Hornets at the Etihad on Saturday

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    Rui Patricio | Wolves

    The Portuguese goalkeeper made four saves in Wolves' 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
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    Trent Alexander-Arnold | Liverpool

    Alexander-Arnold netted Liverpool's opener, and also created the most chances of any player for the Reds (2) against Chelsea.
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    John Egan | Sheffield United

    Egan made 11 clearances and three interceptions as the Blades kept a clean sheet at Goodison Park.
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    Nathan Ake | Bournemouth

    Ake had the highest pass completion rate of any Bournemouth player against Southampton (74%).
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    Aaron Cresswell | West Ham

    Cresswell netted West Ham's second goal against Manchester United, while also making three tackles and eight recoveries of possession.
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    James Maddison | Leicester City

    As well as netting the winning goal, no Leicester player created more chances than Maddison against Tottenham (2).
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    Kevin De Bruyne | Manchester City

    The Belgian midfielder created eight chances against Watford, with two of those resulting in assists for goals.
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    David Silva | Manchester City

    Silva made more touches than any other Manchester City player against Watford (103), while also netting the opening goal of the game.
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    Riyad Mahrez | Manchester City

    Mahrez was one of three Manchester City players to score and assist against Watford, along with De Bruyne and Aguero.
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    Chris Wood | Burnley

    Wood netted a brace from three shots on target against Norwich, with both goals coming in the first 15 minutes of play.
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    ​Bernardo Silva | Manchester City

    Silva scored his first ever hat-trick for Manchester City, scoring three goals from four shots on target.