Douglas Luiz is the engine driving Villa’s midfield, contributing five goals and consistent playmaking. Widely considered one of the Premier League’s most versatile midfielders, Luiz epitomizes Emery’s principles. Dominic Solanke is Bournemouth’s do-it-all player, excelling in the build-up, pressing, and scoring. With six Premier League goals in 12 games, he’s an indispensable asset. Mathias Jensen, Brentford’s playmaker, has taken his game to another level this season, shining in creating opportunities and providing crucial assists. Kaoru Mitoma’s first season in the Premier League has been nothing short of scintillating, with three goals and four assists in 16 appearances, making him a vital part of Brighton’s attack. Marco Silva has hailed goalkeeper Bernd Leno as one of the best in the Premier League, and Leno’s standout performances for Fulham have backed up that praise. Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah may not always take the spotlight, but he remains a key figure in their success, with crucial goals and assists maintaining their title challenge. Finally, for Luton Town, Thomas Kaminski’s heroics in goal have made him an invaluable asset despite not securing a clean sheet yet.
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