Harry Kane and Alexis Sanchez lead the latest Team of the Week after firing their sides to impressive Super Sunday victories.
Sanchez returned to Arsenal's starting line-up for their 5-2 victory over Everton, while there was no change in the late kick-off as Kane continued his stunning form with another double in Tottenham's 4-1 win over Liverpool.
Based on the Opta data which powers Dribble, the new single-matchday fantasy football game, we take a look at the weekend's best individual performances - brace yourself for some surprise inclusions!
Jordan Pickford - 48 points
Everton may have conceded the most goals over the weekend but Pickford managed to rack up more points than any other goalkeeper thanks to a season-high nine saves, worth six points apiece, far more than the 10 available for a clean sheet.
Nicolas Otamendi - 47.5 points
Otamendi was instrumental as Manchester City registered their fifth clean sheet of the season, and he scored their second goal against a resilient Burnley side while he also completed 98 passes.
Pablo Zabaleta - 40.1 points
Zabaleta makes the team despite giving away a penalty against Brighton. The right-back won a weekend high of eight duels, completed four key passes and won five tackles in West Ham's 3-0 defeat at the London Stadium.
Maya Yoshida - 38.4 points
Sofiane Boufal's 85-minute winner for Southampton over West Brom was well worth the wait, but the platform for the victory was provided by another solid defensive display with Yoshida, who won seven defensive duels, helping the Saints record a fourth clean sheet of the season.
Nacho Monreal - 38.1 points
Monreal kick-started Arsenal's revival at Goodison Park, equalising Wayne Rooney's opener. The Spaniard went on to complete 72 passes and won three tackles and five duels.
Mesut Ozil - 52.4 points
Ozil proved his value again after being restored to Arsene Wenger's starting line-up, making eight key passes, scoring one and setting up another against the Toffees.
Aaron Ramsey - 69.7 points
However, team-mate Ramsey picked up the most points on Super Sunday as he had a joint weekend-high of seven shots, scoring once, while producing four key passes along with an assist in the Goodison Park goal-fest.
Dele Alli - 43.3 points
Alli's form has been questioned this season but his display against Liverpool answered his critics. The England international, deployed in a deeper role against the Reds, fired Spurs into a 3-1 lead just before half-time, and went on to win eight duels and complete two key passes.
Leroy Sane - 40.8 points
Sane just edges out team-mate Kevin De Bruyne thanks to a goal, an assist and also contributing another two key passes in Manchester City's 11th successive victory in all competitions.
Alexis Sanchez - 69.4 points
Like Ramsey, Sanchez was impressive against the Toffees, unleashing seven shots, eventually finding the net in the fourth minute of added-time, while also providing an assist and winning 10 duels.
Harry Kane - 63.9 points
It will come as no surprise that Kane matched the week-high tally of seven shots as he scored twice against Liverpool. He also contributed with an assist as Spurs hammered Liverpool at Wembley.