Each week throughout the 2020-21 season, Sportsmail will bring you a Power Rankings table, listing the top-10 hottest players in the Premier League.
As the stories of the season unravel, the rankings will provide a form guide with players moving in and out of the top 10 depending on both their performances in the previous fixtures and also in recent weeks.
So, in a gameweek which saw a 100th-minute penalty awarded after the final whistle, Manchester City hit for five at home, the handball rule getting people very angry and Andy Robertson going from zero to hero for Liverpool, there was a lot to unpack.
With all of that in mind, how do Sportsmail's latest batch of Power Rankings look?
10. Jarrod Bowen - West Ham (new entry)
Just when West Ham were being written off, up stepped Jarrod Bowen.
His brace against Wolves were his first goals for the club since his full debut back in February and having arrived for £25million from Hull, there will be expectations that if West Ham are to stay up this season, Bowen is absolutely key.
Deployed on the right wing, the key for Bowen to remain effective - and in Sportsmail's power rankings - is to remain a goal threat.
His first against Wolves was brilliant, cutting inside off the right before curling into the corner while the second showed great instinct after Pablo Fornals' shot hit the post.
Leicester, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool are the next four league assignments so things will only get tougher for Bowen from here.
Jarrod Bowen (right) showed West Ham will not go down without a real fight this season
9. Callum Robinson - West Brom (new entry)
Another new entry and this time it is West Brom's Callum Robinson.
When you strike a brace to leave star-studded Chelsea stunned - and 3-0 down - you've more than done enough to force a way into the rankings.
Impressing on loan last season off the left, his contribution against Chelsea suggests his long-term future is through the middle.
Both finishes were clinical and what many expected would have been evidenced on the day by Chelsea's Timo Werner - only for the German to draw a blank as he eyes his first goal for the club.
Robinson's versatility is impressive but Bilic prefers him through the middle and if that persists, expect his goal return to soar.
Callum Robinson had lots of reasons to smile as his brace left Chelsea speechless on Saturday
8. Patrick Bamford - Leeds (new entry)
Given his struggles in the second tier, many would have been forgiven for holding major concerns about Patrick Bamford's suitability as a Premier League striker.
His record showed just 16 goals from 45 games in the Championship and given the increase in quality, the improved defenders he would be facing, the omens did not look great for the 27-year-old.
But three goals and an assist in three games is writing a very different chapter of his life in the Premier League and Bamford's consistency against Liverpool, Fulham and Sheffield United has seen him more than earn a rankings spot.
His winner at Sheffield United could prove vital down the line as Leeds not only look to survive this year but instead finish in the top half.
Much was made about Leeds needing a goalscorer but Bamford's form suggests they may be OK as they are.
Patrick Bamford has shown he can step up to the top level after a flying start with Leeds
7. Son Heung-min - Tottenham (down six)
Not the weekend many Tottenham fans - and Fantasy Football owners - had expected from the South Korean.
His four goals away to Southampton were breathtaking and that will remain one of the best individual performances over the entire season.
But blunted against Newcastle and hooked at half-time due to a hamstring injury, Son's influence was close to nil and the fact he is now facing an extended spell on the sidelines does not help his six-place drop.
An inevitable fall out of the rankings awaits... but given the Spurs winger's immense quality, it is unlikely to be too long before he is back in contention for top spot.
6. Emiliano Martinez (up three)
Aston Villa survived by the skin of their teeth last season and early indicators in 2020-21 suggest they have no intention of cutting it quite so fine this time round.
For that they need a meaner defence. They shipped 67 goals last year, only rock-bottom Norwich City conceded more.
Dean Smith targeted a goalkeeper and lucked out in coaxing Emiliano Martinez out of Arsenal, amid