Supporters voted in their thousands on the final whistles for their top performers in Matchweek 6 via the official Premier League website and app.
To view full voting results click on the results.
The AFC Bournemouth defender claimed 36.6 per cent of the vote after scoring the opening goal against the Cherries' south-coast rivals.
With both of his side's goals in the victory over Norwich City, the New Zealander claimed more than half of the votes.
Bernardo Silva may have scored the hat-trick but De Bruyne was imperious again in the eyes of the voters, scoring one, assisting two and taking 57.6 per cent of the King of the Match vote.
A series of key saves preserved a clean sheet for Brighton at Newcastle United and ensured the Seagulls goalkeeper took the vote for best player with 32 per cent.
The Arsenal striker's late winner in the five-goal thriller secured 55.8 per cent of the vote for his fourth King of the Match in six matches this season.
Liverpool's full-back scored a ferocious free-kick to help his table-topping side to their 15th straight Premier League win, receiving 38.6 per cent of the vote.