Supporters voted in their thousands on the final whistles for their top performers in Matchweek 5 via the official Premier League website and app.
To view full voting results click on the results.
The Liverpool winger claimed 48.6 per cent of the vote after scoring two first-half goals, taking his tally to four strikes in five matches.
Maupay received 30.5 per cent of the vote after giving Brighton the lead with a volley.
The Manchester United striker's match-winning contribution, with his early converted penalty, secured him a 43.4 per cent share of the vote.
Djenepo was rewarded for scoring the only goal of his match, his second strike in successive Premier League outings, as he received 46.9 per cent of the vote.
The South Korean swept his rivals aside with a massive 81.4 per cent of the vote after scoring two goals in the opening 23 minutes.
Abraham was even more dominant in his vote, with his hat-trick securing him an enormous 91.7 per cent share as he claimed his third straight King of the Match.
The striker's double helped AFC Bournemouth claim their first home win of the campaign and as a result he earned 63.2 per cent of the vote.
Two goals at Vicarage Road gave the striker 64.7 per cent of the vote for his third King of the Match this season.
The Polish goalkeeper made five saves, his most in a single Premier League match this term, to earn a second clean sheet of the season and 36.4 per cent of the vote.