Here is my team of this week have a read and find your own below.
Goalkeeper – Kasper Schmeichel
A point blank save from Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson didn’t merely turn Saturday’s game for Leicester – it place the whole tone to their victory.
There is not any doubt about it, the arrival of Brendan Rodgers has received a significant impact on the functioning of the Foxes’ senior players – and also that you really don’t have more senior in Leicester than Kasper Schmeichel.
It was a great clean sheet.
Did you know? Because the start of this 2015-16 season, just Lukasz Fabianski (495) has generated more saves in the Premier League than Kasper Schmeichel (378).
Wes Morgan: Where is Wes Morgan getting his appetite for goals? The Leicester captain’s inaugural film past Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic was similar to Denis Law.
Morgan has scored 2 goals in 2 games and seems solid as a rock . Quite apart from Morgan appearing striking in both penalty areas, the whole team looks very happy under the leadership of the new boss.
What a great way to observe their overdue owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s 60th birthday.
Did you know? Leicester’s Wes Morgan has played in consecutive Premier League appearances for the first time in his career, also netting three goals in his past 4 games.
Ben Mee: It was James Tarkowski who made my team of this week after Burnley past victory over Tottenham. Well, this week it’s Ben Mee.
I thought both defenders have been unique against wolves however, Mee gets the nod. Congratulations should go to director Sean Dyche, that has been in charge of Burnley for 300 matches. Very bad.
Did you know? Only James Tarkowski (42) has generated more cubes than Ben Mee (38) at the Premier League that season.
Kurt Zouma: What was that all about? Manuel Pellegrini said it was a terrible day at the office? I’ll say. West Ham were also shocking. I’ve criticised Everton for their lousy defending in 2013 but I found myself applauding their blank sheet in London Stadium on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Kurt Zouma is starting to resemble a defender who is trusted.
Did you know? Kurt Zouma has gained 68 percent of the aerial duels at the Premier League in 2013; it may be actually the highest proportion of any Everton centre-back.