Joleon Lescott's Premier League stars of Matchday 5
Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City and Aston Villa all came from behind to win during a thrilling Premier League weekend!
Let's see what you think of the five players I've picked out after all the drama on Matchday 5.
Andy Robertson (Liverpool)
Andy Robertson sometimes goes under the radar but I think he remains one of the most consistent players in the league — as he showed in Liverpool's 3-1 win at Wolves.
The 29-year-old combined superbly with Mohamed Salah for that slick second goal late on which ultimately got the Reds over the line after a tough first half at Molineux.
He found himself on the right flank for the goal and that's because he knows where the danger is — but he is also never a liability defensively.
That's why I think he's one of the most well-balanced full-backs you are likely to see. He has it all!
It was the late, late show at Tottenham and Richarlison — a man who has been under plenty of pressure of late — made the difference with a goal and assist in stoppage time.
The Brazilian has admitted he has been going through a tough period and, as someone who loves the game myself, it has been sad to see the recent images of him devastated after games.
So it was nice for him to contribute so crucially against Sheffield United and even better to see his team-mates put him at the forefront of the celebrations at the end.
That will give him so much confidence as he continues to adjust to life as Tottenham's starting striker after Harry Kane's exit.
Kyle Walker (Manchester City)
Jeremy Doku deserves praise for his display for Manchester City against West Ham but it is Kyle Walker who I'd like to highlight.
The right-back just continues to maintain such high standards week after week and his influential display in East London was the perfect way to celebrate his new contract.
He looks like he's enjoying his football more than he ever has and I'm so pleased that he continues to prove his worth in Pep Guardiola's team.
Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa)
Douglas Luiz is a player I rate really highly — he is so pivotal to Aston Villa under Unai Emery!
It was his composed penalty that put Villa in front late on against Crystal Palace but he did plenty more to earn that eventual 3-1 victory.
The Brazilian does the less glamorous roles and stepped up when his team were chasing the game at home, dictating the tempo and taking responsibility.
There was a lot of noise in the past about his future but he's never let that affect him and he's now playing some of his best football since arriving at Villa Park.
David Raya (Arsenal)
Plenty of the talk before Arsenal's win over Everton centred around David Raya and that's why I think the fact he went pretty much unnoticed was so impressive.
As contradictory as that sounds, you can stand out for the wrong reasons as a goalkeeper — particularly when you come into the team.
But he looked like he'd been in that team for years on his debut after waiting patiently for his chance.
The former Brentford stopper prevented the Toffees from gaining any momentum and that helped silence the crowd, which can be very important when you're at Goodison Park.
Joleon Lescott was speaking to Cian Cheesbrough