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Gab Marcotti breaks down his best XI from the fifth week of Premier League action and defends his exclusion of Andriy Yarmolenko.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop break down Saturday's fixtures from the Premier League, which saw Liverpool and Chelsea extend their winning streaks.
Stewart Robson and former Premier League referee Peter Walton share their thoughts on all the biggest decisions in the Premier League including the controversial call that denied Spurs a last minute penalty.
Shaka Hislop saw a complete performance from Manchester United in their win over Watford, but still sees room for improvement.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop delve into Maurizio Sarri's comment that Eden Hazard is the best European footballer.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says he doesn't like what he's seen so far from Liverpool's strikers to start the season.

Breaking down the highs and lows from the latest round of Premier League action.

Goal of the weekend

We have the "most valuable player" conversation quite a lot, but if the Premier League was to introduce an award for the player upon whom his team leans most, Wilfried Zaha would be a shoo-in. The Crystal Palace forward had done little vs. Huddersfield -- beyond having his ankle nearly snapped by Mathias Jorgensen -- when, seven minutes before half-time, he cut in from the left and lashed a shot...

Chris Smalling, David De Gea star as Man United hold on to win at Watford

Manchester United ended up with ten men but still managed to pick up their second consecutive away victory in the Premier League.

Manchester United claimed a 2-1 win away to an impressive Watford side, in a match where they claimed control and then conceded it. After going two goals clear by half-time, ultimately, they had to withstand some ferocious late pressure from the home team to pick up all three points. Once again, they ultimately had the brilliance of David De Gea to thank, but in ending Watford's 100 percent league record they provided the type of resilience you would expect from an elite outfit. It is all the...

Man United's Romelu Lukaku a good striker who still has time to improve, become great

As Marcus Rashford keeps scoring for England, the FC crew discuss whether he should leave Man United in search of minutes in a central position.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley would like to see Paul Pogba talking more with his play than with the media as his soap opera with Jose Mourinho continues.

Of all the frustrations in Manchester United's season so far, Romelu Lukaku missing an open goal when his side were playing well against Tottenham at Old Trafford is the most painful to watch.

The Belgian took advantage of a mistake by Danny Rose, rounded goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and hit the ball with his less-preferred right foot. It wasn't the tightest of angles, but Lukaku dragged the ball wide of the target and missed. He was as furious with himself as his manager and United fans were with the...

Manchester United's Andreas Pereira rejected Romelu Lukaku call to represent Belgium

After a banner was flown over Turf Moor in protest of Ed Woodward, Mark Ogden explains why Man United's chief executive has the club's safest job.
Mark Ogden explains why Jose Mourinho's job at Manchester United is likely secure despite a sense of chaos at Old Trafford in recent weeks.
The FC crew point to Man United's first-half performance at Burnley as the expectation for how Jose Mourinho's side should play all the time.

Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira has revealed club teammate Romelu Lukaku tried to convince him to play for Belgium.

Pereira, 22, who was born in the Belgian city of Duffel, represented them at youth level. However, he opted to play for Brazil's under-20s -- the country of his father -- and has been called up to the main squad for the upcoming friendlies against the United States and El Salvador.

"He [Lukaku] tried to convince me," Pereira told Globo Esporte. "He told me: 'You should...

Romelu Lukaku gets Manchester United on track but questions persist

The FC crew point to Man United's first-half performance at Burnley as the expectation for how Jose Mourinho's side should play all the time.

It has been a busy and momentous few months for Romelu Lukaku. He was instrumental in Belgium's advance to the World Cup semifinals, scoring four times and being hailed by Roberto Martinez, his national team's manager, as the "perfect" striker for his country.

His two against Burnley in Manchester United's 2-0 victory have given him three goals in four Premier League games. It was a match that also saw him draw level with the Premier League tally of Didier Drogba -- 104 goals, an amount that he...

Man United's Romelu Lukaku: Winning mentality 'needs to come out a bit more'

The FC crew point to Man United's first-half performance at Burnley as the expectation for how Jose Mourinho's side should play all the time.
Marcus Rashford was given a straight red in the second half but Manchester United were already in the lead, beating Burnley 2-0 and winning their second game of the season.
Marcus Rashford was given a straight red in the second half but Manchester United were already in the lead, beating Burnley 2-0 and winning their second game of the season.
Jose Mourinho assesses Manchester United's performance in their win at Burnley and responds to Marcus Rashford's red card.

Romelu Lukaku said Manchester United must show a winning mentality more often after their 2-0 victory at Burnley on Sunday.

Lukaku scored both goals for his side, giving them a measure of relief after losing 3-0 to Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford six days earlier.

"We have the mentality, but it needs to come out a bit more," Lukaku told the club's website. "That is what the manager wants and that is what we need to do."

The loss to Tottenham followed a surprise defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion,...