Palace have never lost when Mamadou Sakho and James Tomkins start together. The run goes on.
Eleven years to the day since being humbled by Man United, De Rossi guided Roma to glory.
Their January transfer window was worthy of a 'C' at best, and yet it has surely helped keep Newcastle up.
It is entirely feasible that Lukaku will crack the top 10 PL goalscorers before he turns 28. Enough?
Pochettino can offer a bespoke attack for each different challenge. Is any manager less reliant on his best player?
Kurt Zouma has been pivotal in a defence that could end up keeping Stoke in the Premier League.
Jupp Heynckes has won 48 of his last 51 matches, and has completely transformed Bayern Munich.
All the anticipation surrounded Arsenal's new boys, but the defence is starting to look more familiar.
On one of his busiest days,, Jordan Pickford highlighted again why he's now England's best...
His first goal and his first assist of the season... Christian Benteke badly needed that. Can he build upon it?
Tony Pulis based unlikely survival at Stoke on home form. History is repeating itself at Huddersfield.
Not even Jose Mourinho could sidestep the question. Paul Pogba is irreplaceable for Man United.
With 12 goals already this season, Mohamed Salah is dominating Liverpool's attack. He is our winner...
Rashford is a special case. McTominay is flying the flag for Mourinho and Man United's youth.
After a horror show at Palace last week, Michy Batshuayi rescued Chelsea and perhaps his Blues career.
Paul Clement has shown he's far more than just a trusted assistant. He has rescued Swansea.
Jurgen Klopp straddled that fine line between genius and insanity on Saturday. Only barely, but still...
Zaha lacks 'fight', apparently, but the Palace winger squared up to the leaders on their own patch and showed England's loss is Ivory Coast's gain...
Sakho was the key to Palace victory. One Klopp's trash is another Sam's treasure.
Forget the transfer talk. Why wouldn't you want to be part of something so potentially special?
Crisis? Obviously. Jesus is 19. Sane is 21. Sterling is 22. Stones is 22. And Aguero is probably worried right now.
Two crucial goals followed by one slight injury. So goes the career of Andy Carroll. But he looks good.
Oh, how Zlatan's doubters have been proven wrong. The numbers, and his age, are ridiculous.
Wenger described Perez as a "gamble" in the summer. After a tough few months, it could finally pay off.
Nobody saw that coming. Yaya Toure's fire might be dwindling, but he still has more than a spark...
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