Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sergio Aguero or Eden Hazard… who’s made the most impressive start in the Premier League so far?
With the first international break of the season underway, the Premier League is beginning to take shape after just three games.
There have been some impressive displays already with some players standing out more than others.
TIBS News has compiled a top 10 list of those who have shone and we want you to vote in our poll below. If you believe we’ve missed out on someone let us know in the comments section.
Manchester City’s star striker has scored three goals in the league so far as Pep Guardiola’s side sit top of the table on goal difference.
It’s early days but the Ivory Coast centre back looks like a seasoned professional in England’s top flight. A major reason as to why Manchester United have only conceded once so far.
The 22-year-old looks rejuvenated under Ronald Koeman. One goal and one assist have helped push Everton into the top four.
Having recently signed a new three-year deal, Sam Clucas has epitomised the spirit at beleaguered Hull City. Yet to be substituted – highlighting his importance to the Tigers.
Hull’s captain has led from the front as they sit fifth in the table. Has dealt with the threat of Jamie Vardy and Zlatan Ibrahimovic impressively already this term.
Chelsea’s chief playmaker is back after a disappointing previous campaign. Two goals and an assist has inspired the Blues to a 100% record in the league.
Much was expected upon his arrival to Manchester United and so far Zlatan Ibrahimovic hasn’t disappointed. Three goals in as many games has quickly silenced any doubters.
The 24-year-old looks a perfect fit for Jurgen Klopp’s gegenpressing style at Liverpool. Has shone against Arsenal and Tottenham – scoring a stunning strike against the former.
Middlesbrough should be commended for the signing of the Spain international. Has demonstrated his qualities with a goal and an assist to help the Teesiders pick up four points.
Pep Guardiola has had the Midas touch with Raheem Sterling. An assist each in the wins against Sunderland and Stoke was followed up by a two-goal salvo in Manchester City’s 3-1 win over West Ham on Sunday.
By Luke Augustus
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