5) Dimitar Berbatov – The Bulgarian was the star of the show at West Brom as Fulham took all three points. It was a massive result for Fulham as the Baggies have been one of the best teams of the season so far. Berbatov has been truly astonishing since his arrival at Craven Cottage. It’s a move that has worked extremely well for both Berbatov and Fulham. They’ve needed a player like Berbatov ever since Louis Saha left for United over five years ago.
4) Shaun Wright-Phillips – QPR haven’t played awfully bad this season. But they find themselves fighting for survival with an enormously good squad and a brilliant manager. Wright-Phillips joined QPR under Mark Hughes but had yet to score until he scored against Chelsea this week. Not only was it his first goal for Rangers but it was the winning goal in a disastrous match for Chelsea. Wright-Phillips has under-performed ever since he re-joined Manchester City a few years ago. If he works hard enough, an England return could be on the cards.
3) Danny Graham – Swansea were about to lose to a sorry Aston Villa before Danny Graham popped up inside the box and secured a point for the Swans. Graham hasn’t been a regular all season since Michu arrived at the Liberty. He rescued his team today with a fantastic finish that Brad Guzan couldn’t keep out. Perhaps Laudrup may partner Graham and Michu together now, since both strikers have proved that they can find the net for the Welsh club.
2) Javier Hernandez – The Mexican striker scored two of United four goals against Wigan Athletic. Both goals were what you’d expect from the Little Pea; poacher’s goals of the highest quality. He just always seems to be in the right position. He was outstanding throughout the entire game and could have had more than two goals. Although Chicharito has found some tremendous form, I think there’s no doubt that Wayne Rooney will either push Hernandez out of the team or the English may revert to an attacking midfielder.
1) Luis Suarez – The Uruguayan star played a blinder for Liverpool as he score two out of the three winning goals against Sunderland. Not just content with the goals, he also bagged himself an assist from Raheem Sterling’s opening goal. Suarez is performing at such a high standard at the moment. He is undoubtedly improving game after game with goals after goals for the Reds. He still gains a lot of stick as most top players at top clubs do. Unfortunately that the life of a Liverpool footballer. However Suarez doesn’t care that he’s hated. He just wants to score goals and he is doing that at a high standard at the moment.