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Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham leapfrogged Sergio Aguero atop the chart after netting a hat-trick in a 5-2 win at Wolves in four starts – stretching his league tally to seven objects on Saturday.
Abraham became the first Englishman to score a hat-trick for Chelsea since Frank Lampard in 2011, while England and club team-mate Mason Mount (No 7) was also among the aims at Molineux.
Aguero slipped to runner-up area after Manchester City suffered a shock 3-2 defeat in Norwich, reducing a two-goal deficit before Rodri (No 9) scored a late consolation for those champions.
Teemu Pukki (No 8) retained his top-10 standing, helping Todd Cantwell and smashing home the winner from close range after Emiliano Buendia dispossessed Nicolas Otamendi in the box.
Liverpool’s’Fab Three’ were flying after a 3-1 win in Newcastle, with Sadio Mane netting two before substitute Roberto Firmino (Number 5) made a sublime back-heeled movie for Mohamed Salah (No 6) to secure victory.
Abraham was among five English gamers – but it was Tom Cleverley, who played for England six decades back, who aided Watford instigate an extraordinary comeback.