Gameweek nine is all but done with just Arsenal and Sheffield United to play on Monday night.
Leicester and Chelsea continue their good starts to the season and currently occupy the Champions League places while Tottenham’s woes continue as they scraped a draw against bottom of the table Watford.
Marco Silva’s job was saved, for now, with a vital 2-0 victory against West Ham.
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Gabriel Jesus filled the void left by Sergio Aguero perfectly and scored a superb header in Manchester City’s 2-0 win over Crystal Palace. He was lively all game and it was his 50th goal in a City shirt, not bad for someone who has been mainly used off the bench.
Leicester’s Harvey Barnes grabbed two assists in their 2-1 home win against Burnley. The 21-year-old is growing in confidence with every game he plays and now has one goal and three assists so far this season.
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Theo Walcott played a vital part in Everton’s much needed 2-0 win over West Ham to lift his side to 14th.
The winger grabbed an assist and caused problems for the Hammers’ defence all afternoon.
Midfielder Jack Grealish continues to put up some impressive statistics this season and added another goal and assist in Aston Villa’s 2-1 win over Brighton.
Manchester City’s David Silva took his goal brilliantly against Palace and ran the show for the reigning champions as they cut Liverpool’s lead at the top of the table.
Youri Tielemans continues to show why it was money well spent for Leicester in the summer as he put in a man-of-the-match performance.
His goal in their win sees Brendan Rodgers’ side climb to the lofty heights of third place.
Left-back Marcos Alonso delivered when Frank Lampard needed a goal when he fired in against Newcastle to give them three points.
The Blues should have been a lot more comfortable than the scoreline suggested but it is now three consecutive wins for Lampard.
Brighton signed centre-back Adam Webster for £20million over the summer and he had a strong game against Aston Villa despite their defeat.
Webster scored in the first half but Aaron Mooy’s sending off did not help matters for the south coast side.
Norwich kept their first clean sheet of the season and got their first point away from home this season, so one of their defenders deserves a mention.
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Ibrahim Amadou kept Callum Wilson quiet all game in the much needed draw for Norwich.
Manchester United ended Liverpool’s winning run with a draw at Old Trafford and they were able to stifle their two attacking full-backs.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka did a good job in defending Andy Robertson by giving him little time on the ball.
Ederson did not have much to do for Man City in their 2-0 win over Palace but he made two excellent saves in the last 15 minutes to deny Roy Hodgson’s side a route back into the game.