Goalkeeper - Watford
The Brazilian stopper is 36 years old but in is playing as well as he ever has. Gomes was supreme against West Ham. He made 5 saves, some of them incredible, to preserve Watford's clean sheet.
Centre-back - Arsenal
Finally we got a glimpse of the "old" Laurent Koscielny as, reunited with Shkodran Mustafi, the French defender dominated Spurs' attack at the Emirates and secure victory for Arsenal.
Centre-back - Arsenal
Dismissed talk of a summer move as poppycock, and Arsenal fans will be delighted to hear that after his excellent performance against Spurs. 1 goal, 2 interceptions and 14 effective clearances put him in this team.
Centre-back - Bournemouth
His display against Huddersfield will confound Chelsea fans who will wish they could have seen this Aké in blue. He put in 14 effective clearances, 2 blocks, 1 interception, and 100% tackle success.
Right wing-back - Everton
Everton's young right-back was caught out after 50 seconds for Crystal Palace's first goal, but rebounded to put in a superb performance. A league-high 8 interceptions stands out, as does 6 effective clearances, 4/6 tackles-won and 1 chance created.
Central midfield - Manchester United
The majestic Paul Pogba returned to Premier League action and instantly made Manchester United (and the league) better. Set-up the first goal, scored the third and ran the show from start to finish.
Kevin De Bruyne
Central midfield - Manchester City
De Bruyne's goal was the kind of thing you just don't see anymore. A straight-as-an-arrow strike from the edge of the box that rose perfectly still at lightning speed into the top of the net. Manchester City's midfield general is almost in a class of his own in the division.
Left wing-back - Manchester United
No one ever thought Ashley Young was going to be this good as a full-back for Manchester United, and yet here we are. Young completed 3/6 crosses, created 2 chances (1 assist), won 4/4 tackles and made 3 interceptions and 3 effective clearances.
Right-wing - Liverpool
What more can you say about Salah? Two goals, the first a gorgeous curling effort from the edge of the box and the second a wonderfully clipped finish, handed Liverpool a much-needed win.
Left-wing - Chelsea
The Champions' brilliant Belgian is slowly whirring to life again. Won 7/8 dribble attempts and was involved in three of Chelsea's four goals. His composure to 'round the goalkeeper for his first is worthy of inclusion alone.
It's not every day that you get to score a Premier League hat-trick, even rarer is the occasion that you can do it from just 4 shots. Bournemouth's Callum Wilson did both against Huddersfield. Take a bow, son.