Football analysts Opta have teamed up with BT Sport to name a Premier League Dream Team made up of this season's top performers.
The star-studded XI was selected based on key statistics from the opening seven rounds of top-flight fixtures.
Six British players made the grade, alongside three other Europeans, an African and a South American.
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The Polish keeper has made 19 saves and 15 catches.
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Going forward, Walker has created 13 chances and has a passing accuracy of 85%.
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He has delivered 55 crosses, created 11 chances and scored two goals.
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The former England skipper, who has made six interceptions, five tackles and 48 clearances, partners Southampton's Jose Fonte in the centre of defence.
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Fonte has not missed a minute of the Saints' league campaign, contributing to the cause with 15 interceptions, six tackles and a whopping 68 clearances.
The Portuguese centre-half has also made his mark at the other end of the pitch, scoring a late equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Sunderland in August.
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Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard features in a three-man midfield.
The Belgian earned his place in Opta's side by creating 11 chances, making nine crosses, having nine shots and scoring one goal.
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The Welshman has registered 12 shots, created eight chances, made 35 tackles and been on target with 87% of his passes.
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The 30-year-old Cote d'Ivoire international has made 14 tackles and scored four goals from nine shots.
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Sergio Aguero is the second member of the Etihad Stadium crew to make the super team.
The Argentinean forward has terrorised defenders by winning 11 fouls and creating eight chances, as well as hitting the target with seven of his 10 shots, scoring four goals in the process.
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The 27-year-old, who scored his 202nd goal for the Red Devils in their shock 2-1 defeat to West Brom last month, has found the net with three of his 15 Premiership shots this season. He has also created nine chances and delivered 35 crosses.
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