Norwich and Arsenal attackers star following international break
Energetic winger Anthony Pilkington was the joint top points scoring player when the Premier League resumed at the weekend with six points.
The Norwich City wide-man bagged two goals in the 3-1 win over fellow new-boys Swansea as the Canaries racked up a second successive home win.
Robin van Persie also registered six points in Arsenal's 2-1 win against Sunderland after opening the scoring inside the first minute.
The skilful Dutchman put the Gunners ahead after just 29 seconds and curled in a delightful free-kick to win the game, following Sebastian Larsson's leveller.
Manchester City moved into first place by thrashing Aston Villa 4-1 and Adam Johnson collected five points for a goal and an assist.
Fellow winger Chris Eagles also scored five points as Bolton won for the first time since the opening day, a total matched by West Brom's Billy Jones.
Attacking duo Matthew Etherington and Emmanuel Adebayor both finished the weekend with four points for two assists apiece.
Etherington set up each of the goals the Potters put past Fulham, while Adebayor was involved in both Tottenham goals as they drew 2-2 against Newcastle.