LONDON (AP) Quotes from voters in this week's Associated Press Global Football 10:
Tom Timmermann, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, United States
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''Bayern Munich's win may not have been as forceful as some of the other clubs' wins, but their body of work all season long remains the best of everybody.''
Jonathan Johnson, beIN Sports USA, France
''Netherlands international Georginio Wijnaldum was an absolute assassin in front of goal as Newcastle demolished Norwich 6-2 and was one of the few Dutch players who can hold his head high at present after their Euro 2016 qualification debacle.''
Tito Puccetti, ESPN, Argentina
''Wilfried Bony, who snapped a streak of eight games without scoring, and Raheem Sterling with his hat trick, led Manchester City to victory over Bournemouth.''
Manos Staramopoulos, Dimocratia, Greece
''The ingenious Brazilian striker, Neymar, scored four goals and led Barcelona to a 5-2 victory, showing that the Spanish team may not have injured Lionel Messi, but there is Neymar, so fans do not need to be worried.''
Umaid Wasim, Dawn Newspaper, Pakistan
''Sensational passing and movement coupled with four fantastic goals. (Georginio) Wijnaldum joins an elite list of players to have scored four goals in an English Premier League match following his exploits in Newcastle's demolition of Norwich, helping them to a belated first win of the season.''
Mike McGrath, The Sun, England
''Neymar getting four goals stood out as the individual performance of the week. He's one of the reasons why Barcelona are looking like one of the best teams at the moment.''
Marco Monteverde, News Corp. Australia
''With his struggling team in desperate need of a win, Newcastle star Georginio Wijnaldum delivered in style with a four-goal haul against Norwich.''
Aurelio Capaldi, RAI Sport, Italy
''Manuel Neuer was brilliant and kept his 137th Bundesliga clean sheet and Thomas Mueller scored the winner against Bremen. Bayern have won all of the last 43 games in which he scored and that means something.''
Francois Colin, De Standaard, Belgium
''Bayern Munich has 27 points out of nine games, a new record to open the Bundesliga.''
Paul Ryding, South China Morning Post
''The wily Dutchman Dirk Kuyt continues to revel in his return to the Eredivisie, netting a first-half hat trick for Feyenoord, his fifth, sixth and seventh of the campaign.''
Peter auf der Hyde, author and lecturer at Southampton Solent University, England
''Messi, Messi who? In the absence of the little maestro, Neymar finds his form and even if two of them were penalties, the Brazilian gives the Barcelona faithful something to smile about as he scores four in a row.''