Performance of the week was Yaya Toure's brilliant man of the match display in, probably, Manchester Cityís title winning performance at Newcastle United.
This week's goal of the week goes to Sergio Aguero for his first and Manchester Cityís second against Norwich City.
Sunderland win this week's performance of the week for ending Manchester Cityís 100% home record.
- Manchester City went in to the game with the chance of equalling Liverpoolís all-time top division record of 21 consecutive home wins which has stood since 1972.
- Despite their revival under Martin OíNeill, Sunderland had won only one of their last five away games in the Premier League.
- Sunderland have not won at Manchester City since 1998 and lost 11 of their 15 previous Premier League meetings including all seven in Manchester.
- Against the odds, Sunderland came within minutes of pulling off one of the shock results of the season and certainly put a severe dent into Cityís title ambitions.
- Seb Larsson scored either side of a Nicklas Bendtner header
Performance: Manchester Cityís 6-1 win at Manchester United
Too early to say if thereís been a seismic shift in power but, in arguably the most amazing result in Premier League history...
- City scored six in a Manchester derby for the first time since 23 January 1926 to equal their biggest ever win at Old Trafford and the biggest margin of victory in a Manchester derby.
- Only their second win at Old Trafford since 1974 ended Unitedís run of 37 home matches without defeat in all competitions; winning the last 19 in the Premier League.
- Unitedís heaviest-ever Premier League defeat came eight weeks after their stunning 8-2 win against Arsenal.
- The last time United conceded six in the Premier League was a 6-3 defeat
Goal of the Week this week is James Milner's goal - Manchester Cityís fourth against Aston Villa
- Cityís majestic fourth confirmed their rise to the top of the Premier League table with an impressive success against previously unbeaten Aston Villa.
- A superb crossfield ball from halfway by James Milner found Adam Johnson on the right wing.
- Johnson fed Gareth Barry who laid the ball square for Milner, who had effortlessly made up the ground before nonchalantly sweeping the ball home with a fine right foot shot from the edge of the box.
Goal of the Week: Adam Johnson (Manchester City)
- Following the fall-out from the midweek Carlos Tevez incident and defeat at Bayern Munich, Manchester Cityís impressive early season form was in danger of being derailed.
- The pressure was beginning to mount as, with almost an hour played, they had still to breakdown struggling Blackburn Roversí defence.
- After a corner was cleared, Adam Johnson controlled, took his time and curled a superb left-footer into the top corner past in-form former England keeper Paul Robinson from 20 yards.
Premier League previews for Sunday 28 August:
Manchester United & Arsenal
This will be the 46th time that managers Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson have met in Arsenal v United encounters. In all competitions, Sir Alex has won 19 games to Arsene's 15, with 11 drawn (excluding penalty shoot-outs).Manchester United have won 21 of their last 22 Premier League games at Old Trafford.Arsenal have won only two of their 13 Premier League games.
Newcastle United & Fulham
Fulham have lost only one of their last six visits to Newcastle United (all Premier League).Opposition players have been sent-off in three of Newcastle Unitedís last five Premier League games.Currently standing on 99 losses, Fulham will be trying not to become