Mohamed Salah and Mason Mount on fire as Newcastle beat Spurs: Premier League team of the week
Richard Jolly has selected his best XI from this weekend's matches in the photo gallery below, with players from 10 clubs included
Goalkeeper: Ederson (Manchester City) – Made a string of fine saves in victory at Bournemouth and had no chance with Harry Wilson’s spectacular free-kick. Reuters
Right-back: Frederic Guilbert (Aston Villa) – Helped keep Everton quiet and justified manager Dean Smith’s decision to bring him into the team with a fine display. Getty Images
Centre-back: Joel Matip (Liverpool) – scored his second goal of August but also excelled at his usual job, defending very well in a victory over Arsenal. Reuters
Centre-back: Paul Dummett (Newcastle United) – A rock at the back, making 12 clearances as Newcastle snuffed Tottenham out to get Steve Bruce an unexpected first win. Getty Images
Left-back: Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace) – The man who sealed a famous win. The goalscoring left-back popped up in the 90th minute to get Palace a rare victory at Old Trafford. Getty Images
Right midfield: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – A nerveless penalty and a sublime second goal made Salah the scourge of Arsenal as he maintained Liverpool’s 100 percent start. EPA
Centre midfield: James Maddison (Leicester City) – Provided a beautiful pass for Jamie Vardy to open the scoring at Sheffield United. Should have impressed Gareth Southgate. Getty Images
Centre midfield: David Silva (Manchester City) – Marked his 400th City appearance with a typical display of classy passing and a part in all three goals at Bournemouth. EPA
Left midfield: Mason Mount (Chelsea) – A revelation this season, he made it two goals in as many games with a terrific finish as Frank Lampard got his first win at Norwich. Getty Images
Centre forward: Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace) – Led the line wonderfully and took his goal well to show why Roy Hodgson recalled him as Palace defeated Manchester United. Getty Images
Centre forward: Sebastien Haller (West Ham) – The £45 million man opened his West Ham account with a brace at Watford. His second was spectacular and special. PA
Liverpool continued their winning start to the Premier League campaign with a 3-1 win over Arsenal with Mohamed Salah leading from the front.
The Egyptian forward scored an excellent penalty before sliding his second of the game beyond Bernd Leno as Liverpool ran out 3-1 winners in their now annual evisceration of their North London opponents at Anfield.
Manchester City returned to winning ways against Bournemouth with David Silva pulling the string to fashion a 3-1 victory over Bournemouth..
Embattled Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce finally had something to cheer about as his side pulled off a
shock 1-0 win away to Tottenham Hotspur. Record signing Joelinton was on the scoresheet but it was an excellent rearguard action inspired by Paul Dummett that kept Spurs at bay in search of an equaliser.
Crystal Palace pulled off a
2-1 upset over Manchester United at Old Trafford, with goalscorers Jordan Ayew and Patrick van Aanholt both excelling.
Following the action, Richard Jolly has selected his best XI from this weekend's matches in the photo gallery above.
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Updated: August 26, 2019 12:33 PM