The two widemen were in fine form for the two Manchester sides during another dramatic weekend of action in the English top-flight
Mat Ryan | Brighton and Hove Albion
Cedric Soares | Southampton
Cedric Soares made more interceptions (four) than any other player on the pitch in Southampton’s match against Bournemouth, while also supplying a joint-high three crosses from open play for the Saints.
Michael Keane | Everton
Michael Keane delivered a game-high eight clearances in Everton’s match against Crystal Palace, while also supplying his second Premier League assist of the season.
Issa Diop | West Ham United
Not only did Issa Diop have the highest passing accuracy of any other player in West Ham’s match with Tottenham (96.7%), he regained possesion more times for the Hammers than any other player (nine).
Lucas Digne | Everton
Only Idrissa Gueye (65) played more passes for Everton than Lucas Digne (62), while the Frenchman attempted more open play crosses for the Toffees than any other player (five), completing four in a 2-0 win.
Etienne Capoue | Watford
No player played more passes in Watford’s 2-0 win at Wolves than Etienne Capoue (87), while the Frenchman also netted his first Premier League goal since August 2017.
Fernandinho | Manchester City
Man City’s Fernandinho both scored and assisted in a Premier League game for only the second time, also doing so vs West Brom in October 2017.
Moussa Sissoko | Tottenham
The Frenchman regained possession 12 times in Spurs’ 1-0 win at West Ham, more than any other player. He also assisted Erik Lamela’s winning goal.
Riyad Mahrez | Manchester City
No player completed more dribbles than the Algerian winger in Man City’s 5-0 victory over Burnley, while no other player played more key passes than Mahrez (four).
Bobby Reid | Cardiff City
Bobby Reid both scored and assisted in a Premier League match for the very first time in Cardiff’s win over Fulham, while also creating three chances for his team-mates – only Joe Bennett (four) managed more.
Anthony Martial | Manchester United
Anthony Martial scored a competitive brace for Man Utd for the first time since November 2016 versus West Ham.
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