It was a treble of firsts for Matt Doherty in Matchweek 7.
The wing-back's first goal of the season not only helped Wolverhampton Wanderers to a first win, but it also earned him a maiden Budweiser King of the Match.
Supporters voted in their thousands on the final whistles via the official Premier League website and app for their top performers of all 10 matches.
To view full voting results click on the results.
Liverpool's hard-earned clean sheet was crucial in their 1-0 win at Sheffield United, and their Dutch centre-back earned 32.8 per cent of the vote, just ahead of match-winner Georginio Wijnaldum, with 28.1 per cent.
Scored in a second successive Premier League match while having another strike ruled out after a VAR review, the Scottish midfielder secured just over half of the votes.
Chelsea's Academy graduate earned just under half of the votes, and his second Budweiser King of the Match, after winning a penalty for the Blues' opening goal in another influential midfield display.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker was heavily involved in the build-up to the opening goal, before starting and finishing the move for Spurs' second. His crucial contributions earned him 40.4 per cent of the vote.
The wing-back received a little over half of the votes after putting Wolves ahead as Nuno Espirito Santo's side climbed up to 13th place in the table.
The Belgian produced two more assists to take his tally in 2019/20 to eight - twice as many as any other player in the league. His 56.3 per cent share of the vote meant he was crowned the King of the Match for the second week in a row, and the third time this season.
Leicester's fourth victory in five Premier League matches moved Brendan Rodgers' men to within two points of second-placed Man City. Vardy's two goals earned him 61.3 per cent of the vote.
The Gabonese forward's seventh goal of the season earned Arsenal a point at Old Trafford and 41.8 per cent of fan votes. Aubameyang has been the Budweiser King of the Match five times this term, including in each of the Gunners' last four matches.