Top game: City's thrashing of United and QPR's shocking win against 9-man Chelsea were two results no bookie or fan would have expected. It just shows that predicting is impossible in the Premier League, you never know what is around the corner. But the more nailbiting, exciting and entertaining it is! I will definitely never forget this weekend! 6:1!!!
Top team: City widened the gap to United to five points at the top of the table. They looked worlds apart at Old Trafford, I have to say! Never have I seen United taken to the cleaners so badly and thoroughly! Newcastle need a mention as well. After their best start in 14 years, they are fourth in the league, same points and only four goals behind Chelsea in third and the team spirit is more than up and going, brilliant to watch and see.
Top player: City's Mario Balotelli was and is the main man again this week. His two goals and provocative attitude and character leading the way in their win against United. His shirt was a sweet touch to put the icing on the cake. Harsh booking. Why always him?!
Top goal(keeping): Sunderland's Stephane Sessegnon took a nice turnaround shot to make it 0:1 in his side's deserved win against Bolton. Both goalkeepers starred at Anfield with brilliant saves keeping the scoreline even, John Ruddy was the man of the match for me in the top performance by Norwich.
Top news: 11 Premier League sides in Carling Cup action this week, in the Last 16.
Flop game/fans: Wolves struggled, but then produced a vital comeback, two goals in two minutes, to show you should never give up! Swansea thought they had it in the bag, dominated most of the game, but it's not over till the fat bloke whistles! Ha to the fans who were leaving the ground at that point, like Mick McCarthy said, never give up!!!
Flop team: It was the fifth consecutive defeat for Bolton. Owen Coyle's men didn't make much of the game and have now lost 12 and only won two of last 14 games, scoring 16, conceding 36 and taking 6 only points out of a possible 42. Worrying stats.
Flop player: The sent off players of the weekend proved they are unable to deal with pressure. They just snapped and crashed under pressure leading to their sending off and their team's demise. Jonny Evans, Jose Bosingwa and Didier Drogba, shame on you!
Flop goal: Liverpool are still waiting for their first clean sheet this season. They only netted one of over 20 attempts, hitting the bar three times! It was one of those games you just knew it wasn't ment to be! There were and are promising signs but as long as it doesn't show on the scoreboard, it's no good!
Flop news: The John Terry race row, just when you think the top players have learnt and are more mature and exemplary and BOOM, they show they are still the same old idiots!
My predictions - Actual results
Wolves 2:0 Swansea - 2:2
Aston Villa 2:1 West Brom - 1:2
Bolton 0:0 Sunderland - 0:2
Newcastle 1:0 Wigan - 1:0
Liverpool 3:0 Norwich - 1:1
Arsenal 2:1 Stoke - 3:1
Fulham 2:1 Everton - 1:3
Man Utd 3:3 Man City - 1:6
Blackburn 0:2 Tottenham - 1:2