The latest round of Premier League games saw plenty of drama and controversy, with Arsenal scoring a 90th-minute winner to down Manchester United 3-2 in a thriller at the Emirates.
Erling Haaland netted a clinical treble to help Manchester City ease past Wolves, and hotshot striker Harry Kane equalled Jimmy Greaves’ all-time goalscoring record for Tottenham with a ruthless finish in a 1-0 win against Fulham.
West Ham beat struggling Everton – leading to the Toffees sacking manager Frank Lampard – and Aston Villa edged out Southampton in a contentious 1-0 win.
Eddie Nketiah (L) and Bukayo Saka (R) scored as Arsenal beat Manchester United on Sunday
Newcastle’s Kieran Tripper (L) and manager Eddie Howe (R) kept hold of third spot in the table
LAST WEEK’S TOP 10
10. Harry Kane – down seven
9. Casemiro – non-mover
8. Brennan Johnson – new entry
7. James Ward-Prowse – new entry
6. Erling Haaland – down two
5. Luke Shaw – new entry
4. Solly March – new entry
3. Bukayo Saka – up two
2. Marcus Rashford – non-mover
1. Martin Odegaard – non-mover
The clean sheets continued for Newcastle and Kieran Trippier after a stalemate with Crystal Palace, while Liverpool and Chelsea, Leeds and Brentford also played out goalless draws.
Brighton, shorn of winger Leandro Trossard, scored late to rescue a point against Leicester, while promoted sides Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth drew 1-1.
With all that in mind, here’s the latest top 10 of Sportsmail‘s Premier League Power Rankings.
10. David Raya (new entry)
Brentford will consider themselves a little fortunate to have left Elland Road with a draw.
Jesse Marsch’s side enjoyed 59 per cent possession, nine shots to Brentford’s six and five on target to a big fat zilch from the Bees.
The trouble is, goalkeeper David Raya was in the way of all of them. The Spanish stopper tops the league for saves (86), ball recoveries (212) and accurate long balls (216), as well as ranking highly for clean sheets and man-of-the-match awards.
Thomas Frank’s side are currently one point off sixth – and at the weekend, they had Raya to thank for that.
David Raya’s safe hands have helped Thomas Frank’s Brentford to one point off sixth position