HUGO LLORIS | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
While perhaps he should have reacted quicker for Mohamed Salah's goal, Lloris more than made up for it after. The keeper made six saves at Wembley, including a spectacular second-half stop on Philippe Coutinho, conceding just one goal from Liverpool's seven shots on target.
BRUNO SALTOR | BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION
Bruno had more touches than any other Brighton player in the dominant 3-0 away win against West Ham (63), and also made three interceptions for the Seagulls.
VIRGIL VAN DIJK | SOUTHAMPTON
NICOLAS OTAMENDI | MANCHESTER CITY
FABIAN DELPH | MANCHESTER CITY
Maybe he is the left-back answer? Delph attempted 95 passes in the victory over Burnley for City and completed an impressive 93 per cent of them.
ABDOULAYE DOUCOURE | WATFORD
Scoring Watford's first goal, his fourth of the Premier League season, certainly helped Doucoure have a good day. But he also recovered possession more times than any other player for the Hornets (10), albeit in a 4-2 loss to Chelsea.
KEVIN DE BRUYNE | MANCHESTER CITY
Another game, another Premier League Team of the Week for De Bruyne. The Belgian created four chances and notched an assist against Burnley; more than any other player for Guardiola's side.
DELE ALLI | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
With Liverpool pushing for a late first-half equalizer, Alli pounced on a poor Joel Matip clearance to re-establish Spurs two-goal lead. In addition, Alli created two goal-scoring chances for his team-mates.
MESUT OZIL | ARSENAL
The German international created eight chances (including an assist) at Goodison Park, twice as many as any other Arsenal player and a Premier League high for any player so far this year.
HARRY KANE | TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
Harry Kane had a day to remember in Tottenham's 4-1 win over Liverpool. He attempted seven shots overall against Liverpool, but scored with both of his shots on target. He also added an assist.
ALEXIS SANCHEZ | ARSENAL