Week three of the Premier League brought with it more drama, sublime goals and quirky little stats.
It’s time to reflect on it all with our weekly awards.
They Travel Well Award
Manchester United’s 1-0 victory over Wolves on Sunday means that the club have now set a new English football league record for longest unbeaten run away from home.
Biggest Sulk of the Week Award
Richarlison demanded that he take Everton’s penalty against Brighton on Saturday, despite him not being the designated taker. He was less than impressed when the assigned man, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, was gifted the ball and even more so when his team-mate scored from 12 yards out.
Save of the Season Award
There’s no point in keeping this category open because David De Gea’s double save from Romain Säiss was bordering on the ridiculous.
File Mason Greenwood under: Boy Wonder.
The Barclays Heritage Award
Chris Wood’s goal for Burnley was the 30,000th scored in Premier League history. Burnley have been immortalised.
The Journeyman Award
Ivan Toney is off the mark for Brentford in the Premier League. His opening goal in the 1-1 draw with Aston Villa on Saturday completes an impressive feat of scoring in all top of England’s top divisions.
The Show No Mercy Award
Pep Guardiola’s side know full well where the onion bag is located and how to access it.
The Barren Spell Award
Bruno Lage’s men have no idea where the onion bag is located or how to access it.
The Hot Head of the Week Award
This is not the kind of stat you want from one of your most senior professionals not long after signing a new long-term contract is it?