The third most-popular captain in Gameweek 9, Calvert-Lewin gave his backers an early boost by finding the net after just 41 seconds, before striking again before half-time.
With 10 points already secured and another three likely to be added when the bonus points are confirmed, Calvert-Lewin looks set to beat the 11-point haul achieved by the most-popular Gameweek 9 captain, Bruno Fernandes (£10.7m) against West Bromwich Albion.
Calvert-Lewin continues to provide great consistency, having blanked just once in his nine outings this season.
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The leading 100 FPL managers were in agreement with the masses, captaining the same three players in an identical order.
Fernandes was also the most-bought player ahead of Gameweek 9.
Those managers who signed him would have had their hearts in their mouths as the midfielder had a penalty saved by Sam Johnstone (£4.5m).
But there was a let-off as he was allowed to retake because of goalkeeper encroachment, and he did not miss a second time.
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And Jack Grealish (£7.6m), the best-value midfielder in FPL coming into the Gameweek with 7.9 points per million, could only manage a single point in Aston Villa's 2-1 defeat by Brighton & Hove Albion.
Son Heung-min (£9.5m), who had blanked in his two previous matches, was also discarded by many managers ahead of his tricky run of fixtures.
But the top-scoring midfielder in FPL punished those sellers with his ninth goal of the season and 10 FPL points against Man City.
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