Man City’s style of play is definitely easy on the eye and they showed this once again in the 4-0 win against Bournemouth.Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling were class, but who else merits a ridiculous amount of praise?Here, talkSPORT looks at the best players and selects a team of the weekend.Scroll through the gallery to see the team, which has been set up in a 4-4-1-1 formation and let talkSPORT know the line up you’d select. Centre back: Scott Dann (Crystal Palace) – That’s two goals this season for Dann, with his second coming in Palace’s demolition of Stoke. He was in control at the back and Eagles fans will wonder if an England call will ever come. Central attacking midfield: Nacer Chadli – Chadli was a menace to West Ham and on his home debut for West Brom, scored twice and created two goals in the 4-2 win. 11 11 11 11 Holding midfielder: James McArthur (Crystal Palace) – A wonderful performance in the middle during Palace’s 4-1 win against Stoke, which was capped with a goal. 11 Right back: Seamus Coleman (Everton) – What a goal from the full back in what was a star performance for Everton in the 3-1 win against Boro. 11 11 Centre back: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) – Impressive against Chelsea and scored, too. The partnership with Joel Matip looks promising. Left back: Christian Fuchs (Leicester) – Fuchs starred in Leicester’s 3-0 win against Burnley and his free-kick was met by Islam Slimani for one of his two goals. 11 11 Wide forward: Raheem Sterling (Man City) – He bamboozled the opposition, he won the ball, he set up a goal and he scored one himself. Sterling’s afternoon against Bournemouth was perfect. Goalkeeper: Jordan Pickford (Sunderland) – scroll through the gallery to see the weekend’s 11 best Premier League players – Without the goalkeeper, Tottenham could have scored more than just the one goal. Wide forward: Heung-min Son (Tottenham) – Son’s man of the match display was well deserved and he gave Sunderland’s Jason Denayer a torrid time. “He put a couple of great crosses into the box and he should have had an assist if people went to meet his ball,” said Sky Sports’ Thierry Henry. 11 Second striker: Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) – Man City destroyed Bournemouth and De Bruyne was key. He scored one and created another. 11 Striker: Islam Slimani (Leicester) – Slimani is Leicester’s record signing at £30m and thumped in two goals on his home debut.