Premier League team of the week: Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard the headline acts for Man City and Chelsea
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Goalkeeper: Heurelho Gomes (Watford) – Made a superb double save from Marko Arnautovic to help get Watford back to winning ways after three straight defeats. Clive Rose / Getty Images
Right-back: Matthew Lowton (Burnley) – Won his duel with Renato Sanches and, apart from threatening to score an own goal, was excellent in both defence and attack. Mark Runnacles / Getty Images
Centre-back: Shkodran Mustafi (Arsenal) – Made an impact at both ends of the pitch. Added solidity at the back and scored with a superb header in the North London derby. David Klein / Reuters
Centre-back: Nathan Ake (Bournemouth) – Ensured that, despite being down to 10 men for half the game, Bournemouth kept a clean sheet as they beat Huddersfield 4-0. John Sibley / Reuters
Left-back: Marcos Alonso (Chelsea) – The most prolific left-back in the league added another important goal as he helped Chelsea thrash West Bromwich Albion 4-0. Stu Forster / Getty Images
Right midfield: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – The Egyptian took his second successive brace in classy fashion to defeat Southampton and become the Premier League’s top scorer. Jan Kruger / Getty Images
Centre midfield: Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) – Scored a superb goal with his lesser, and left, foot, to cap another excellent performance as City made it 16 straight wins. Michael Regan / Getty Images
Centre midfield: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – Made a terrific comeback and showed how much United missed him with a goal and an assist against Newcastle. Alex Livesey / Getty Images
Left midfield: Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – At his outstanding best as he eviscerated West Brom. The Belgian scored twice and his shot led to Alvaro Morata’s opener. Peter Nicholls / Reuters
Striker: Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – The forward put his bad luck with injuries behind him to score a hat-trick in a hammering of Huddersfield. Bryn Lennon / Getty Images
Striker: Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) – Ended a six-month wait for a league goal at the Emirates Stadium on a day when he terrorised Tottenham in a derby triumph. David Klein / Reuters
You will not find many better saves than the double effort Heurelho Gomes summoned to deny West Ham United's Mark Arnautovic on Sunday night.
The Brazilian was superb in keeping the visitors at bay as
Watford registered a 2-0 win at Vicarage Road to end a run of three straight defeats.
Bournemouth's impressive 4-0 win over Huddersfield Town owed as much to the Nathan Ake's presence at the back after Eddie Howe's side were reduced to 10 men following Simon Francis' red card just before half time as the returning
Callum Wilson's hat-trick.
Speaking of returns,
Paul Pogba's restoration to the Manchester United midfield from injury added quality to Jose Mourinho's line up. The Frenchman supplied the cross for teammate Anthony Martial to head in an equaliser against Newcastle United before Pogba himself scored United's third in a 4-1 rout at Old Trafford.
Mohamed Saleh's double against Southampton took the Liverpool winger's tally to 14 goals in all competitions this season while Alexis Sanchez ended his long wait for a goal at the Emirates Stadium by
scoring Arsenal's second in the North London derby win over bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Updated: November 20, 2017 09:51 AM