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1. SALOMON RONDON (WEST BROMWICH ALBION) – 8.0
The Venezuelan’s pace and power overwhelmed Burnley as he scored the Baggies’ fourth goal of the game in the second-half, capping a clinical 4-0 rout.
Having earlier assisted team-mate James Morrison in the 16th minute for West Brom’s second goal, it means Rondon has been involved in more Premier League goals than any other player for the midlands outfit (13 goals, four assists) since the beginning of last season.
2. VICTOR ANICHEBE (SUNDERLAND) – 8.0
The Black Cats striker smashed in two goals as Sunderland secured a vital Premier League victory over Hull City.
Anichebe, who previously worked under David Moyes at Everton, looks to be finding his best form after signing for the Stadium of Light club on a free transfer in the summer.
3. YAYA TOURE (MANCHESTER CITY) – 7.8
The Ivory Coast star marked his surprise return to the club’s first team XI with a brace as City beat Crystal Palace 2-1.
It was Toure’s first outing of the season for Pep Guardiola’s side and he certainly proved a point with his two-goal haul.
4. HARRY WINKS (TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR) – 7.6
The Spurs academy graduate equalised for Mauricio Pochettino’s side on his full Premier League debut during the dramatic 3-2 victory over West Ham.
The 20-year-old struck in the second-half to level the match before a late Harry Kane double helped Spurs to a crucial win and maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
3 points in a derby and a goal! No better feeling🙌❤️— Harry Winks (@HarryWinks) November 19, 2016
5. JAMES MORRISON (WEST BROMWICH ALBION) – 7.6
The Scottish star scored for the second successive match in the Baggies’ 4-0 home thumping of Burnley.
Morrison, 30, was a key man in Tony Pulis’ midfield and made the hosts tick throughout in the impressive victory.
While Manchester United have been struggling to match their high standards of the past in recent years, former centre-back Rio Ferdinand still remembers the golden days.
And beside the countless trophies, one of those moments was the prank former team-mates Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo pulled on the great Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ferdinand recalls in the video uploaded by Copa90 below, how Rooney used to roll the ball to Ferguson who, as soon as he tried to kick it back, would find his leg caught by Ronaldo hiding under the table.
According to the former England centre-back, Ronaldo was always involved in jokes and pranks that the team played on in the training ground.
Oh, to have been a fly on the wall of that United dressing room.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy recently went 11 games without a goal but he’d only need to look back at last season’s remarkable title run to settle any doubts about his goalscoring ability.
On this day last year, the England international scored for the 10th consecutive Premier League game, equalling Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record.
The Dutchman’s feat would go on to be broken by Vardy, against United as well, but he equalled his 2003 mark with a strike against Newcastle at St James’ Park – the same ground where Van Nistelrooy set the record.
Vardy exchanged passes with Leonardo Ulloa and rifled a shot low into the bottom corner in a 3-0 victory.
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