Premier League Team of the Week: De Bruyne, Can & Walcott all star
The Bournemouth goalkeeper kept a cleansheet as his side recorded a shock 3-0 victory over Chelsea, made all the sweeter for the fact that the Blues are his former team.
The full-back turned in a solid display as Swansea stunned Arsenal 3-1 at the Liberty Stadium, despite having only 26 per cent possession.
The centre-back was on target for Southampton as they came from behind to secure a 1-1 home draw with Brighton.
Just a minute after Swansea fell 1-0 down against Arsenal, the defender set up an equaliser for Sam Clucas that triggered an astonishing 3-1 home win.
Patrick van Aanholt
The Dutchman came on at half-time as Crystal Palace won at Southampton and allowed his side to dominate possession to a greater extent.
The Germany international midfielder got the ball rolling for Liverpool as he opened the scoring in their 3-0 win over Huddersfield with a deflected strike from outside the area.
Kevin De Bruyne
The Belgian was once again in terrific form for Manchester City. He created Fernandinho's opening goal in the 3-0 win over West Brom before then bagging the second himself.
The former Arsenal attacker maintained his fine start to his Everton career by netting twice as Leicester City were defeated 2-1 at Goodison Park.
It took the Denmark star only 11 seconds to open the scoring against Manchester United as Tottenham claimed a 2-0 victory that keeps their top-four hopes burning brightly.
The 27-year-old was on target twice as Swansea came form behind to stun Arsenal 3-1. He had scored only once previously since arriving from Hull in the summer.
The Bournemouth forward was the key man as his side beat Chelsea 3-0 at Stamford Bridge. After being set up by Jordon Ibe, he opened the scoring early inthe second half and then he provided a pass for Junior Stanislas to make it two.