Premier League hotlist: Marcus Rashford, Heung-Min Son and Riyad Mahrez
By Sky Sports Football
Last Updated: 12/03/18 1:31pm
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...
After Kane went off injured, Son took on the goalscoring responsibility and did so with flying colours. When the game was firmly in the balance, Son scored the game's pivotal goal before putting the visitors further ahead three minutes from time.
Son continued his fine form as he now has six goals in his last four matches.
Mohamed Elneny impressed and Mesut Ozil - who pulled up in the first half before playing on - was at the centre of Arsenal's best attacking play before the break but Petr Cech takes the prize on his milestone day.
Speaking on Super Sunday co-commentary, Alan Smith said: "He's not been flawless but he made four saves and got that 200th clean sheet. He deserves it."
It's been a difficult few months for Marcus Rashford. Starts in Jose Mourinho's preferred starting line-ups have been at a premium and, as a result, goals have been hard to come by.
But the local lad answered some of his critics and gave his manager food for thought with a match-winning performance against his club's fiercest rivals.
There were plenty of contenders for MOTM at Goodison Park, but it has to go to Jagielka, who has been out of the side of late through injury.
He was dominant alongside Michael Keane, who has been anxious recently, and dealt with anything Brighton threw at them as they looked to go long to Glenn Murray early on.
Special mentions for Cenk Tosun, Theo Walcott and Leighton Baines - but Jagielka stole the show - registering more clearances (six) than any other Everton player.
It was a heroic performance by all of Swansea's defenders, but Fernandez was the pick of them all, repelling everything thrown his way as Huddersfield laid siege to the Swansea penalty area.
The Argentinian made a game-high 15 clearances for his side as Carlos Carvalhal's side returned to Wales with a valuable point.
Kenedy proved to be the matchwinner for Newcastle after scoring his first goals for the club but Shelvey was at the heart of all that was good in his side's 3-0 victory.
Neat and tidy in possession, the 26-year-old ran the game from central midfield and picked out Kenedy for his opening strike before laying the ball on a plate for Ritchie to pick out the bottom corner.
Replaced in the 83rd minute, Shelvey received an excellent ovation from the St James' Park crowd, who recognised his contribution to what could prove to be a vital three points in their bid to beat the drop.
West Ham dominated the opening 45 minutes, but as soon as Wood came on midway through the second half, the game was turned on its head.
Wood quickly forged an effective partnership with Barnes up front and assisted his team-mate's goal before getting two himself, and he did it all in just 30 minutes.
Chelsea's in-form forward was at it again, registering more shots on target (4) than any other player on the pitch and getting a goal to show for it too, albeit deflected.
He really came into his own after half-time, putting what should have been a third on a plate for Giroud and keeping the Palace defence chasing shadows at times.
The Brazilian has now scored five times in his last five games for Chelsea, having found the net only once in nine previous matches.
Leicester's playmaker was at the heart of their attacking play, pulling the strings from deep in midfield as helped the Foxes control the match with pinpoint crosses and defence-splitting passes.
Mahrez walked off to a standing ovation from the travelling Leicester fans.