Watford's Abdoulaye Doucoure (£5.1m; 11 points) and Brighton & Albion's Pascal Gross (£5.4m; 18 points) were the other cut-price midfielders to flourish in Gameweek 4. He didn't give the red card immediately but when he saw the player bleeding.
The Liverpool winger has already suffered 270,000 sales since Saturday, almost 130,000 more than any other player.
"The English teams are a step back in that respect", he said. West Ham against Huddersfield.
There are two things worth saying about the game's central incident. However, this time by Winston Reid. Over 50% of their attacks went down that flank.
Lineker agreed, saying "You've got to go for that". "He wanted to get the ball". Why isn't Matt Ritchies?
But Feyenoord have started well, too.
"It's going to be tough to stay standing against this club (Manchester City)", Berghuis told daily tabloid De Telegraaf. "Luckily Ederson is okay".
Those on Neville's side of the debate shouldn't be ignorant to the laws of the game and support the outmoded notion that football is a man's game. Sympathy for Mane of course. Ederson was exceptionally brave in coming for the ball.
At the time, City was only leading through Sergio Aguero's 24th-minute strike.
Janusz Michallik and Alejandro Moreno discuss Sadio Mane's red card and whether or not intent should have mattered.
So who better than to scout wrestling talent? At this moment they have the ability to get results this year. Moss was correct, in my opinion.
Asked if Toure will return to the side in the near future, Guardiola added: "Hopefully".
City's 5-0 win over Liverpool - the first time they had put five past the Merseysiders since 1937- made it 12 games unbeaten stretching back into last season. Endangering an opponent is a red card offense. Was Winston Reid's challenge okay?
De Bruyne's performance against Liverpool has been noted by Gazzetta dello Sport, who include him in their European Team of the Week.