The Leicester City striker scored against Manchester United on Saturday to become the first ever player to have scored in 11 consecutive games.
Romelu Lukaku has been in outstanding form this season, scoring five goals in his last four games, and the Everton striker has jumped to 2nd position in the player rankings table. His fellow teammate Ross Barkley lies in 5th, behind Tottenham’s Harry Kane.
Liverpool’s attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho has been in imperious form this season as well. The Brazilian was rested against Swansea City on Sunday, but he still maintains the #9 position in the Premier League rankings.
Alexis Sanchez provided an assist for Mesut Ozil against Norwich City on Sunday, but Arsenal were beaten 2-1 at Carrow Road.
Both Ozil and Sanchez finds themselves in #6 and #7 positions respectively, but how long the Chilean can maintain the position remains to be seen. The Arsenal forward has suffered a hamstring blow and could miss out on actions for 2-3 weeks.
Juan Mata dropped two places down to 14th but remains only the sole candidate for Manchester United within top #20 EA sports rankings.