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Hat-trick hero Perisic tops Power Rankings ahead of Brignoli, De Gea

Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes react to this week's Player Power Rankings, which feature two goalkeepers in the top three.
Relive all of David De Gea's saves from his brilliant performance in Man United's win over Arsenal.

ESPN FC's global editorial desks nominate their top performers from the weekend's action. 

1. Ivan Perisic | Inter

Why he's here: A hat trick vs. Chievo took his season tally to seven and was the star turn in a 5-0 victory that sent Inter to the top of Serie A.

2. Alberto Brignoli | Benevento

Why he's here: The goalkeeper headed a 95th-minute equaliser to give Benevento their first point of the season after 14 straight defeats. 

3. David De Gea | Manchester United

Why he's here: Fourteen saves, including several that almost defied belief, saw De Gea provide the backbone for United's win at Arsenal.

4.Eden Hazard | Chelsea

Why he's here: On a day when he took nine shots -- six of which were on target -- the Belgian international scored twice against Newcastle.

Ivan Perisic's three-goal day sees him finish top of this week's Player Power Rankings.

5. Gonzalo Higuain | Juventus

Why he's here: Following a week of speculation concerning whether he'd play, Higuain got the winner on his latest return to former club Napoli.

6. Philippe Coutinho | Liverpool

Why he's here: After setting up two goals, Coutinho capped a fine display at Brighton with a clever free kick goal under the defensive wall. 

7. Roberto Firmino | Liverpool

Why he's here: Having gone without a Premier League goal since Oct. 28, Firmino scored twice from three shots in Liverpool's 5-1 win.

8. Jesse Lingard | Manchester United

Why he's here: Two goals helped secure victory at the Emirates; Lingard has scored three times in his last two Premier League games.

9. David Silva | Manchester City

Why he's here: The Premier League leaders left it late once again and it was Silva who eventually beat West Ham with an acrobatic volley. 

10. Serge Gnabry | Hoffenheim

Why he's here: There's no more reason needed than this! Gnabry scored twice -- his first goals of the season -- in a 4-0 win against RB Leipzig. 

Also receiving votes: Yunus Malli (Wolfsburg), Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton), Nolito (Sevilla), Stephane Bahoken (Strasbourg).

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

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