Aguero, Silva and the Premier League Team of the Week

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A 6-1 win over Huddersfield sees Man City dominate this week's panel, but which players made the cut?

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    #1 GOALKEEPER | Neil Etheridge (Cardiff)

    Etheridge made six saves against Newcastle, including a 96th minute penalty stop to preserve a point for Cardiff.

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    #2 RIGHT-BACK | Kieran Trippier (Spurs)

    In addition to scoring a direct free kick, Trippier made four accurate crosses in Spurs' win over Fulham.

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    #3 CENTRE-BACK | Harry Maguire (Leicester)

    Maguire made seven clearances for Leicester as they kept a clean sheet against newly-promoted Wolves (2-0 win).

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    #4 CENTRE-BACK | Vincent Kompany (Man City)

    Kompany completed more passes than any other player for Manchester City against Huddersfield (109).

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    #5 CENTRE-BACK | Steve Cook (Bournemouth)

    Cook made a team-high 11 clearances for Bournemouth at the London stadium, while also netting the winning goal for the Cherries.

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    #6 LEFT-BACK | Marcos Alonso (Chelsea)

    Alonso provided the assist for Chelsea's opener against Arsenal, before scoring their third in a 3-2 victory.

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    #7 MIDFIELD | Will Hughes (Watford)

    Hughes made six tackles in Watford's 3-1 win at Turf Moor; the most of any player for the Hornets.

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    #8 MIDFIELD | Eric Dier (Spurs)

    Dier completed 95% of his passes in the opposition half against Fulham (39 attempted).

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    #9 MIDFIELD | David Silva (Man City)

    The Spaniard scored his first ever direct free-kick goal for Manchester City in their 6-1 win against Huddersfield.

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    #10 FORWARD | Sergio Aguero (Man City)

    The Argentine striker scored a hat-trick against the Terriers from just four shots on target.

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    #11 FOWARD | Sadio Mane (Liverpool)

    Sadio Mane sealed Liverpool's 2-0 victory against Crystal Palace with an impressive run and finish late in the contest. He has now scored six goals in his eight Premier League appearances against Palace, more than he has against any other side