Manchester City went back to the top of the Premier League table after a resillient 1-0 win against Tottenham at Wembley on Monday night. Pep Guardiola’s men were knocked off top spot by Liverpool after the Reds’ 4-1 mauling of Cardiff City on Saturday and could have dropped as low as fourth if Spurs had won in north-west London. Elsewhere, Arsenal’s 11-match winning run came to an end at Selhurst Park, while Manchester United survived a late scare to record a morale-boosting 2-1 win against Everton. But who made it into our team of the week? Goalkeeper: Ben Foster Ben Foster had to be at his best against Huddersfield (Picture: Getty) Ordinarily, a 3-0 win at home would see the plaudits go to attacking players but Foster had to be at his best to keep a clean sheet against Huddersfield. The Terriers were happy to test Foster from distance and he saved brilliantly from Aaron Mooy and Alex Pritchard. Foster saved his best for last though when he tipped Chris Lowe’s long-range effort onto the bar. The 3-0 scoreline looked comfortable but, had it not been for Foster, Huddersfield could have came away with something. Right-back: Aaron Wan-Bissaka Wan-Bissaka kept Aubameyang quiet (Picture: Getty) There’s not many more daunting opponents to face in the Premier League than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The Gabonese has been starved of starts by Unai Emery recently but he was pitched up against Wan-Bissaka on Arsenal’s left-wing on Sunday. The 20-year-old’s made an incredible rise into Palace’s first team in the last year but this was one of his best performances yet as he kept Aubameyang quiet. Wan-Bissaka came through as a winger at Selhurst Park and is brilliant going forward but it was his defensive work that really impressed. Centre-backs: Aymeric Laporte and Shane Duffy Shane Duffy’s Brighton have kept three clean sheets on the bounce (Picture: Getty) Brighton have recovered from a rocky start to string three consecutive victories together in the last fortnight. That has, by and large, been down to the Seagulls’ solid defence in keeping three clean sheets in that time. Nobody’s contributed to that than Duffy and the 26-year-old had to be at his best against Wolves as Brighton were put under the cosh for long periods on the south coast. The Seagulls had just one short on target and had to hold on to the win following Glenn Murray’s strike. Laporte is forming a fine partnership with John Stones (Picture: Getty) Manchester City are more readily associated with attacking football but their Premier League title defence has been built on the solidity of their backline so far. A surprising emergence has been the partnership of Laporte with John Stones. Monday’s 1-0 win against Spurs was the third Premier League game in a row that the pair have started together and they haven’t conceded a goal in that time. City did give up chances against Spurs but had Ederson to fall back on when Harry Kane was gifted an opportunity. With Laporte and Stones in this form it looks ominous for the rest of the Premier League.