5) Mohamed Salah
The top scorer and player of the year last season, some people think Mohamed Salah hasn’t been quite as good this year.
That may be true, but then the Egyptian set ridiculously high standards in his first season at Anfield, so was he ever really likely to reproduce that kind of form again?
Anyway, Salah’s still been pretty great, contributing six goals and three assists, and finds himself 5th in this list with a rating of 7.56 from WhoScored.
4) Sergio Aguero
The Premier League’s top scorer at the moment, Sergio Aguero remains lethal in front of goal and as important to this City side as ever.
The Argentina international has eight goals and four assists in twelve games so far, so thoroughly deserves a spot high up on this list.
WhoScored rank Aguero fourth, and with a rating of 7.76.
3) David Silva
A player who just continues to ooze class, David Silva has been at the heart of much of City’s best football again this season.
An intelligent passer who keeps the team ticking, Silva has also added a few more goals to his game so far this season, netting four already, along with two assists for his team-mates.
That’s earned him third place in this list, with a WhoScored rating of 7.78.
2) Raheem Sterling
Write this guy off at your peril – Raheem Sterling is playing another blinder for City this season, and finds himself second on a very impressive list of players.
The England international continues to improve at the Etihad Stadium, and has contributed a hugely impressive six goals and five assists in just ten league games this season.
That’s enough for a 7.90 rating from WhoScored, and who knows what kind of individual accolades it could earn him by the end of the season?
1) Eden Hazard
Hard to argue with this as Eden Hazard makes it into top spot after his dazzling start to the season for Chelsea.
It’s a little surprising not to see some of his Blues team-mates here, but Hazard has arguably been in a class of his own so far.
The Belgium international is loving life under Maurizio Sarri, playing some superb football and scoring seven goals whilst laying on four assists.
That makes him statistically the best player in the Premier League with a WhoScored rating of 7.95 – and few would be surprised if he stayed there by the end of the 2018/19 campaign.