Manchester United were the only other member of the 'big six' to pick up a victory as history was made at Bramall Lane for good and bad - Sheffield United confirming the worst start in English top flight history and Man United coming from behind to win away for the sixth time already this season.
Here, Sports Mole selects its Premier League team of the week for gameweek 13.
Man City will still be wondering quite how they were not able to beat West Brom, but much of the answer lies on the shoulders of Sam Johnstone, who made seven saves - a few of them from point-blank range and late on - to keep Pep Guardiola's side at bay and pip the similarly-impressive Nick Pope to the gloves.
Mason Holgate actually played at right-back during the win over Leicester but is more than capable of playing in the middle too, taking his place alongside clubmate Michael Keane, having scored his first ever Everton goal and kept a clean sheet to boot.
West Ham United's Vladimir Coufal completes the back three in a slightly different position to his usual one, having provided the assist for Sebastien Haller's stunning bicycle kick in his side's draw with Crystal Palace.
Indeed, Leeds can perhaps consider themselves unfortunate to only have a couple of representatives in this team, with Patrick Bamford, Mateusz Klich, Raphinha and substitute Pablo Hernandez among those unlucky not to make the cut.
Jack Harrison is chosen on the left, though, having helped himself to a brilliant assist and an even better goal, while the man he assisted - Rodrigo Moreno - also features in what appears to be his new position of central attacking midfield.
Wolves are also unlucky not to have more selections following their win over Chelsea, with Pedro Neto only missing out by the narrowest of margins to his teammate Daniel Podence, who fired home the equaliser in style at Molineux.
Everton's Abdoulaye Doucoure completes the quartet in the middle of the park, narrowly edging out Ilkay Gundogan of Man City.
There was plenty of competition up front, with Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Andros Townsend and Richarlison among those worthy of honourable mentions, but in the end our front three all come from the same game.
Marcus Rashford and David McGoldrick both helped themselves to braces at opposite ends of the field as Man United edged past Sheffield United, while Anthony Martial scored one himself before creating what would prove to be the winning goal.