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Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has fired himself to the chart summit after scoring two goals and helping Bernardo Silva through a win against Brighton on Saturday.
Team-mate Kevin De Bruyne (Number 5) had already broken the deadlock in two minutes in the Etihad and teed up Aguero for City’s second before half-time, whereas Raheem Sterling’s (No 10) three-game goal series ended.
Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham secured runner-up spot after netting a twice to the second week running through a 2-2 draw with Sheffield United, while Leicester’s Jamie Vardy (Number 3) soared with two goals in a 3-1 win over Bournemouth.
Liverpool cruised to a 3-0 win in Burnley, keeping their perfect start this effort, with Roberto Firmino (No 4) assisting Sadio Mane (No 8) and Mohamed Salah (No 11) hammering an opening to the Brazil forward to score himself.
West Ham seem to have found a successful striker at Sebastien Haller, scoring his third goal in two matches in a 2-0 victory against Norwich, with last week’s table topper, Teemu Pukki (No 7), eventually ceding his perfect target streak.
Below we provide the form player in the ranks of each club, together using four defenders which makes the chart using Willy Boly emerging as Wolves’ player – .

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