Hugo Lloris is a reflection of his manager. There are no histrionics, just quiet excellence...
Bravo did not bench Aguero, nor does he place undue pressure on his keeper. Guardiola is to blame here.
Granit Xhaka did a Granit Xhaka. Also Moses, West Ham, Hull, Leicester, Middlesbrough and Stanislas
Given the decision again, would Jamie Vardy join Arsenal? Things are really not going well...
Five league goals already for Walcott. More importantly, he's dominating matches like never before...
Tottenham and Liverpool are maximising the power of together. Antonio Conte has a new formation
There's nothing wrong with being this influential, but only when you're being brilliant. An off day for Ibrahimovic
From stop-gap to vital cog in just a few short weeks. Finally, James Milner has found his specialty.
Walcott tops the winners, and boy does he deserve it. There's love too for Hernandez and Atletico
Until now, the experiment had gone well. But Kolarov was bad in Glasgow; really bad
Vincent Janssen was the loser but the Tottenham manager made a decision that won the game.
Lots of high-profile winners but Arsenal are top. Everton are in the other list.
His success at Everton looks like the outlier now, not the failures in Manchester and Spain.
Son played fewer games than Nacer Chadli last season, but is now Tottenham's hero. And that smile is infectious.
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