It was quite a remarkable game at the Vitality Stadium and the hosts came from 3-1 down to secure a 4-3 win over the Reds.
Cook scored against Liverpool and made more clearances (19) than any other defender in the Premier League on the weekend.
Left-back: Patrick van Aanholt (Sunderland)
Van Aanholt created more chances (5) than any other player in Sunderland vs Leicester, a tally also higher than any other defender in the Premier League on the weekend.
Right-wing: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal)
The Gunners were in fine form at the London Stadium and Oxlade-Chamberlain improved following a frustrating first-half for himself.
He completed six take-ons against West Ham - more than any other player on the pitch and the second-most of any player across the weekend – scored once and registered an assist.
Centre-midfield: Idrissa Gueye (Everton)
The midfield battle at Goodison Park was of intrigue and Gueye came out on top over Paul Pogba as he won more tackles (5) than any other midfielder in the Premier League over the weekend.
Centre-midfield: Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)
The Danish international hasn’t been at his very best so far this season but scored twice and created five chances - the joint-most of any premier League player over the weekend.
Left-wing: Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth)
Speaking of the seven-goal thriller on the South Coast. Fraser came off the bench to provide his first Premier League assist and score his first goal within two minute spell.
Forward: Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal)
The Chilean international stole the show at the London Stadium. Sanchez scored a hat-trick from four shots on target, while also creating five chances and registering an assist.
Forward: Diego Costa (Chelsea)
With the visitors trailing at the Etihad Stadium, they looked to the Spaniard for inspiration and that’s exactly what they got.
Costa scored from his only shot on target against Manchester City to register his 11th goal of the season and also provided an assist for Willian.
Write-up by Tashan Deniran-Alleyne for Squawka.com
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