Each week BetVictor Brand Ambassador Harry Redknapp picks his Premier League Team of the Week, made up of the players who impressed the most from the previous Gameweek.
The London Stadium is a tough place to go, so Graham Potter will be delighted to take three points back on the short trip home. And a clean sheet as well! That was down to some fine saves from Robert Sanchez. Tomas Soucek tested him a couple of times, but he was well up to the task. A solid performance.
I really like this lad. He’s solid, a real no nonsense defender. And what a handful he is at the other end. He won’t score many better than that, a goal any striker would be proud of. I can’t wait to see more of him this season.
What a day that was for Leeds’ fans. The home side were full of energy, giving Chelsea no time to settle at all. They were great going forward, but I was really impressed with Pascal Struijk at the back. He defends on the front foot, and his passing is immaculate. Leeds have got a top player there.
This lad is in the form of his life. I’m not sure if there is any other English centre-back who’s playing as well as him right now. And at the other end, he is always good to get a goal. If he keeps playing like this, he can’t be far away from Gareth Southgate’s plans.
Goals, assists and a fantastic work rate. That’s what you got from Jack Harrison yesterday. He just gets better. He’s a future England international that’s for sure. He’s someone that Leeds will be desperate to keep a hold of this transfer window.
Allan Saint-Maximin - Star of the Week
Simply unplayable. City couldn’t get near him yesterday. Only thing missing from that performance was a goal, but with two assists, he’ll be more than happy. He gave Kyle Walker a torrid time all afternoon and deservedly earned the man of the match award. He’s my Star Man this week.
I love watching this lad play. His runs from midfield are just fantastic. The way he ghosted in for his goal was so intelligent. He’s always 2/3 moves ahead. I hope City keep him. We need these types of players in the Premier League.
Odegaard impressed me again on Saturday night. He seems really settled now and fits in this team perfectly. His link-up play with Jesus is really starting to prosper, and that could spell trouble for the rest of the Premier League.
He made us wait a while before arriving in England, but it looks like he’s still a player at the top of his game. He’s no stranger to the big occasion, so will be someone the Tottenham manager, Antonio Conte, will rely upon this season. He always looks dangerous, and it’s no surprise him and Kane have hit it off straight away.
He’s had an excellent start to the season, hasn’t he? A goal at Anfield last week and a double against Villa on Saturday. He’s big, strong and when he’s on top form, he’s up there with the very best in the league.
Che Adams changed the game when he came on for Southampton. They moved the ball well and created plenty of chances, but Adams gave them that focal point up front. And what about that finish for his second? Simply out of the top drawer.