Norwich City currently sit 11th in the Premier League table after two games of the season.
The Canaries lost 4-1 to Liverpool on the opening day, before smashing Newcastle United 3-1 last weekend.
Teemu Pukki scored all three goals for Norwich, whilst also scoring their only goal in the game against Liverpool, and has been stealing the headlines in recent days.
The Finnish international scored a sublime volley in the first-half against the Toon, before two calm finishes in the second-half made him the first Norwich player to score a top-flight hat-trick in the 21st century.
After the clash with the European Champions, we published our first Norwich Power Rankings of the campaign – picking out the best five performers at the club.
Following the match with Newcastle, the Power Rankings have now been updated to account for recent form – so here are our current top five Norwich performers…
5: Mo Leitner
Mo Leitner becomes the first player to break into the top five, forcing Emi Buendia out from last week’s Power Rankings. The midfielder was exceptional in midfield, completing an impress 95 passes – more than any other player in a Premier League game this season.
4: Tim Krul
Krul came in second after the clash with Liverpool, but has dropped down slightly due to having little to do against Newcastle. The Dutchman did, however, deal well with crosses into the box.
3: Todd Cantwell
Cantwell was fourth in our list after the first gameweek, but has been bumped up after two assists against Newcastle. He teed up Pukki for his second and third goals, whilst also providing an attacking threat throughout the game.
2: Ben Godfrey
Godfrey was top of the rankings after the opening game against Liverpool, but we have dropped him down to second. However, he did produce another fine display against Newcastle – sweeping up behind Hanley and making some impressive interceptions and blocks.
1: Teemu Pukki
Pukki moves to the top of the Power Rankings after his sensational display against Newcastle. Not only did he score a hat-trick, but he had a 100% pass completion rate and tracked back 50 yards to make a tackle to cover for Grant Hanley’s mistake. A top, all-round, performance.