Erling Haaland strengthened his grip at the top of the market for Premier League Top Goalscorer after his eighth goal of the season against Nottingham Forest.
It was a fairly slow start for Haaland - by his standards at least - scoring three goals against newboys Burnley and Sheffield United and blanking against Newcastle, but he was back to his devastating best with a second-half hat-trick against Fulham, and the Norwegian already looks tough to catch after scoring in back-to-back games against West Ham and Nottingham Forest.
While the Norweigian may look set to claim back-to-back golden boots, there are plenty of potential options in the Top Goalscorer without Erling Haaland market.
Heung-min Son's impressive double in the North London derby moved the Spurs captain onto five goals. Elsewhere, Mohamed Salah has now scored or assisted in his last 12 Premier League appearances after netting against West Ham.
Jarrod Bowen and Callum Wilson both made it four goals for the season when they scored at Anfield and Bramall Lane on Sunday afternoon.