Midfielders and forwards were the dominant forces in Gameweek 5's Dream Team.
His team-mate Marko Arnautovic (£7.0m) was almost as productive up front.
The Austrian's goal, assist and maximum bonus award brought in 12 points.
The duo take their places in a side that totalled 136 points with an attacking 3-5-2 formation.
The wing-back is the joint-cheapest member of Gameweek 5's high rollers. His first assist of the season was backed up by a clean sheet and maximum bonus as Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Burnley 1-0.
Gameweek 5's top scorer, the Chelsea midfielder hit a hat-trick to continue his superb start to the season. Hazard is the only player to have delivered a goal or an assist in all five matches of the campaign.
A first Premier League start for the Ukrainian winger produced a bumper haul. Yarmolenko scored West Ham's first two goals at Goodison Park and added two bonus points.
The second Man City man to make the Dream Team, Silva marked his fourth consecutive start with his second goal of the season.
The other budget bargain in the Dream Team hit a stunning opener in Southampton's draw with Brighton. After two seasons without a Premier League goal, the Denmark international now has two in two matches.
The Austrian has been in fine form regardless of West Ham's results. His goal in the club's first league win of the season at Everton was his third in four Gameweeks and he has five bonus points from that run as well.
A goal, an assist and two bonus points helped the AFC Bournemouth forward to his first double-digit haul of the campaign. King has been losing FPL ownership since a Gameweek 1 blank, but his form might force a rethink.