Premier League hotlist: Javier Hernandez, Jese Rodriguez, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcos Alonso
Last Updated: 21/08/17 9:22am
Who were the best Premier League players from the weekend games? We take a look at the man-of-the-match performances in our hotlist.
Swansea 0-4 Manchester United - Henrikh Mkhitaryan
Manchester United looked for a set for a tense final 10 minutes at the Liberty Stadium, having failed to add to Eric Bailly's opener.
However, two exquisite assists in two minutes from Mkhitaryan allayed any lingering fears.
The first, a disguised reverse pass, presented Lukaku with his first clear sight of goal from which he rifled home United's second - before the second, a deft through ball, was lofted beautifully over Fabianski by Pogba.
Bournemouth 0-2 Watford - Richarlison
The one-time Brazil U20 international was handed his first-ever competitive start for Watford following his £13m summer switch, with Stefano Okaka dropping to the bench, and boy did the youngster catch the eye on the south coast.
The 20-year-old was a constant threat to the Bournemouth back line with his pace and quick feet, creating his side's best opening of the first half.
And the forward then got the crucial first goal with just 17 minutes to go to cap off an eye-catching appearance, with more surely to come from him this campaign.
Burnley 0-1 West Brom - Ahmed Hegazy
The towering Egyptian international scored the winning goal on his debut last weekend and followed that up with a heroic display at the back.
Twice in the opening stages, Hegazi went down injured after receiving two blows to the head that drew blood but he recovered to lead his side to victory by thwarting the Burnley attack time and time again.
Leicester 2-0 Brighton - Harry Maguire
The centre-back was everywhere. The 24-year-old was commanding in defence and a danger going forward.
He is certainly not short of confidence with the ball at his feet, as shown in the second half when wriggling past a few challenges before being fouled by Bruno on the edge of the area.
Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace - Andrew Robertson
On his competitive Liverpool debut, auditioning for the left-back spot had even more importance given Alberto Moreno's impressive pre-season.
Robertson delivered at Anfield following his summer move from Hull, and provided Liverpool's main threat down the left flank with his dangerous early balls from deep.
He made more key passes (three), and touched the ball more (134) than any other player in an impressive first look for the Scot, but his delivery from left was outstanding each and every time.
He'll now look to make that left-back spot his own, but will also receive competition from James Milner once Nathaniel Clyne returns from injury.
Southampton 3-2 West Ham - Javier Hernandez
The striker didn't deserve to be on the losing side as this looks £16m well spent already.
Despite playing the majority of the game with 10-men, the Hammers made the most of their limited territory with Hernandez finishing the only two chances that came his way - both from inside the six-yard box.
His all-round game was also of top quality, including when mucking in as a makeshift left-winger. It's good to have him back in the Premier League.
Stoke 1-0 Arsenal - Jese Rodriguez
The Spaniard was thrown straight into the spotlight at the bet365 Stadium and he came up with a match-winning performance that will give the Stoke fans hope for the future.
Jese showed an exciting glimpse of his potential in the early stages when he sprinted beyond Mustafi, only to have his shot saved by Cech.
He worked tirelessly for his side in attack and he got his reward in the 47th minute with a fine finish to lift the roof off the stadium and secure his side's first win of the season.
Jese was replaced in the 71st minute after running out of gas and left the field to a standing ovation, acknowledgement of a fine debut performance.
Huddersfield 1-0 Newcastle - Aaron Mooy
Who else? In a match lacking in quality in the final third, the Australian's piece of class handed Huddersfield a win to remember.
The finish was sublime, after a nifty one-two on the edge of the box, opening his body up to guide it beyond Rob Elliot.
Besides his goal, Mooy was the most impressive player on the pitch for the first half, and had more passes in the opposition half (37) than any other player on the pitch.
Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea - Marcos Alonso
A match-winning brace from the wing-back, who continues to prove that he knows where the goal is.
His free-kick to open the scoring was sublime and he was in the right place to power home the winner, even if Hugo Lloris should have done much better with his effort.
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