And to give you a flavour of how their performances were viewed across the land, we have also included tweets from players, journalists and random punters.
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It is rare a goalkeeper makes it into the Team of the Week having conceded three goals but Mignolet saved another nine shots in the Merseyside derby and some of them were simply sublime.
Key moment (22’): Lukaku! Oh my. What an effort from the Belgian. He whips a tremendous curling effort that is sneaking in the bottom right but Mignolet reacts magnificently to get a hand to it and push around the post.
Mignolet is only 25 saves shy of Pepe Reina's total for the whole of last season (73).
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) November 23, 2013
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Key moment (13’): Cameron does well to find space on the right with a neat trick, and his cross inside is cleared away, and his second attempt is cleared by Brown, and volleyed away.
— Tyler Hill (@Tyler_B_Hill) November 25, 2013
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CB: Fabricio Coloccini, for Newcastle v Norwich (7/10)
The Newcastle skipper's long-term commitment to the club remains rather murky but in the short term he remains a key asset and put in a fine performance as the Magpies continued their good run of form with a 2-1 win over Norwich.
Key moment (88’): Good half-chance for Norwich as Redmond almost hits it back across the box into Howson's path - Coloccini makes a desperate clearance.
Fabricio Coloccini > David Luiz
— Jim Halpert (@Loganfn7) November 23, 2013
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An ever-present in the Premier League for Chelsea this season, Terry was in imperious form once again in a 3-0 win over West Ham and Jose Mourinho appears to be getting the best out of the controversial centre-back.
Key moment (79’): Terrific play from Terry - who has arguably been Chelsea’s player of the season. The defender initially comes across and makes a superb sliding challenge before acrobatically heading away at the near post.
Roy Hodgson may be wrong. England DO need John Terry, despite baggage. Defence could get ripped up by top teams. Not a popularity contest
— Ian Darke (@IanDarke) November 23, 2013
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LB: Ben Davies, for Swansea City v Fulham (9/10)
The Swansea full-back worked tirelessly all day and was a real danger. Davies overlapped on every occasion and sent in a number of fantastic crosses. Defensively he was solid, too.
Key moment (31’): Lovely play from the visitors. They pass the ball out of defence before de Guzman finds the overlapping Davies with a sweeping cross-field ball. Davies’ cross from the left is whipped in with pace but evades Bony.
Buzzing with that!!!! Massive 3 points!!!!
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Key moment (80’): GOAL! Cameron Jerome did really well there, dancing to the byeline and slipping the ball across the box for Bannan to finish coolly!
Tony Pulis will despise Barry Bannan.
— Tom McGowan (@tompmcgowan) November 24, 2013
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CM: Oscar, for Chelsea against West Ham (9/10)
Lampard may have scored twice against his former side to help Chelsea on their way to a comprehensive victory, but Oscar was the focal point in everything the visitors did. The Brazilian was economical with the ball, yet showed moments of brilliance to unlock the West Ham defence. A well-taken goal was the icing on the cake.
Key moment (33’): GOAL! Very, very easy for Chelsea. Lampard, inside his own half, feeds Hazard who draws in Collins to roll the ball into the path of Oscar. The Brazilian bears down on goal and with no challenge coming, shoots from 20 yards – beating Jaaskelainen down at his right-hand post.
Oscar made 7 tackles against West Ham. Chelsea's back 4 combined (Iva, Cahill, Terry, Azpi) completed 6. This boy's rate work is unreal.
— Seleção Brasileira (@BrazilStats) November 23, 2013
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Wasn't given the start he craved during the international break for England but the midfielder continues to shine for Roberto Martinez's side and will be a strong contender to go to the World Cup finals if he continues his current form.
Key moment (28’): Barkley receives the ball on the half-turn and evades a flailing Liverpool challenge but, slightly unbalanced, his effort is always rising.
— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) November 23, 2013
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ST: Romelu Lukaku, for Everton against Liverpool (9/10)
A genuinely top level striker who bagged two in a dramatic 3-3 draw in the Merseyside derby. He led the line wonderfully well and could have had a hatful more had it not been for the performance of Mignolet.
Key moment (72’): GOAL!! Lukaku with it. From Mignolet’s save, Everton work it wide and the cross from the left finds Lukaku on the penalty spot and he fires home.
"i've called him a man-boy, 50% boy 50% man, 100% quality." robbie earle, just now, on romelu lukaku
— Ken Early (@kenearlys) November 23, 2013
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ST: Sergio Aguero, for Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (9/10)
Scored two in a 6-0 rout of Spurs, hand a major hand in two of the others, and would surely have had a hat-trick if he'd not been subbed off to save his fitness with over 20 minutes left.
Key moment (41’): 3-0! IT'S A ROUT! Sergio Aguero gets on the scoresheet now as City turn on the style: Navas is released in the clear up the right thanks to a lovely pass by Fernandinho, and the cross is perfect for Aguero to glance the ball into the net. Beautiful stuff.
119.5 - Thanks to his brace today Sergio Aguero has the best mins-per-goal rate of any player with 40+ PL goals (overtaking T Henry). Star.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 24, 2013
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ST: Shane Long, for West Brom v Aston Villa (8/10)
A constant thorn in Villa's side during the first half. Took both of his goals brilliantly, showing magnificent control and technique in the lead up to each strike. Deserved to be on a winning side.
Key moment (3’): GOAL! West Brom 1-0 Villa! Chris Brunt's sensational diagonal ball over the top is plucked out of the air by the deftest of touches by Shane Long who then cuts inside and flashes a low shot into the corner. Great start for the hosts.
So, this is the Shane Long Show. Airs once every couple of months, on present form. Rarely syndicated.
— James Tyler (@JamesTylerESPN) November 25, 2013