TOTW pictures

Jack Butland
This wasn’t a classic encounter but Stoke will be grateful for the point. Last week, Jack Butland grabbed the headlines for all the wrong reasons having made a costly error. Against Southampton the Stoke supporters found themselves chanting "England’s number one" again. Having had Gordon Banks and Peter Shilton between the sticks in years gone by they know a top-class keeper when they see one.
Matt Lowton
What a ball from Matthew Lowton for Ashley Barnes to put Burnley back on level terms against Everton. It needed something a bit special from Burnley at the time. The full-back was in great form and has been for most of the season for the Clarets. Everton boss Sam Allardyce, on the other hand, must be careful. He is losing matches and the support of a number of Toffees fans. The same thing happened when he was at West Ham and that eventually ended in tears.
Lewis Dunk
Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy played like two bouncers with strict instructions not to let anyone into the nightclub. Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang crept past these two bruisers briefly - only to be discovered and promptly thrown out. What exactly is going on at Arsenal is difficult to fathom. I said at the end of last season that boss Arsene Wenger should have walked then; now I fear he may be forced to leave. This should not be happening to a man of this stature. And why don’t Brighton fans chant manager Chris Hughton's name? "Chrissy Hughton's blue-and-white army" will do.
Adrian Mariappa
This is the second time this player has featured in my TOTW and not without good reason. Adrian Mariappa’s block on Grzegorz Krychowiak's shot was absolutely sensational. Not only did it stop West Brom from taking the lead but it ripped the heart out of the Baggies as well. What this latest defeat means for manager Alan Pardew is anyone's guess, but missed chances and rank incompetence in defence may cost him. Salomon Rondon may be a willing striker but he is not good enough for the Premier League. Is that Pardew’s fault?
Ben Davies
What a slide tackle by Ben Davies. Just when I thought the skill had well and truly deserted the game, Davies demonstrates that the noble art is alive and kicking and just how a great tackle should be executed. The full-back's challenge on Huddersfield's Danny Williams was absolutely brilliant and his all-round performance was outstanding. If I were fellow Spurs full-back Danny Rose I'd be somewhat concerned.
Son Heung-min
Son Heung-min is already a national treasure in South Korea and rapidly becoming the latest Wembley darling among Tottenham fans. Son took both his goals brilliantly against a totally outclassed Huddersfield. He is also slowly eclipsing the presence of Dele Alli, who was amazing last season. Both players have very important roles to play if Spurs are going to win a trophy this season. However, I would like both players to be playing brilliantly at the same time, if you don’t mind.
Jordan Henderson
We know he can run all day, he is committed and puts his foot in. However, it was Jordan Henderson's ability to do what Steven Gerrard used to do every week for years at Liverpool - to 'spread the love' - that stood out against Newcastle. Henderson’s ability to hit every pass in the coaching manual was clearly evident against the Magpies. If the Liverpool captain keeps playing like this he’s a must for England’s starting line-up in Russia.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
I said last week that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was starting to look like a player again. His performance against Newcastle only served to support that view. However, Jurgen Klopp’s rendition of The Beatles classic Twist And Shout having been refused a penalty appeal best summed up the manager's hysterical behaviour on the Liverpool touchline. What was that?
Sadio Mane
The move that gave rise to Sadio Mane's 14th goal of the season was pure craftwork. The actual finish by Mane was sheer class. The Senegal international has had to play second fiddle to Mohamed Salah for most of the season but that won't bother the west African. Mane has played as big a part as the Egyptian in Liverpool's success.
Andre Ayew
If you’re going to make a statement to the club that has just sold you then playing your part in the four-goal demolition of your former employer is the way to do it. Andre Ayew and his brother, Jordan, absolutely destroyed West Ham. Their father, the great former Marseille and Ghana international Abedi Pele, should be very proud of his boys.
Leroy Sane
When I watch Leroy Sane I try to assess which other 21-year-old would get into this particular Manchester City side. There can't have been many. Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi or maybe even or a young Cesc Fabregas. However, Sane is in that class and against a very tactical Chelsea the Germany international made a dogged affair look occasionally interesting.