- Premier League's player of the month of October have been announced as Vardy and Lampard scoop best manager award
- The Leicester City striker scored four goals in three matches including his hat-trick during the 9-0 win at Southampton
- Chelsea won all three matches in the month against Southampton, Newcastle and Burnley
Premier League's best player and manager for the month of October have been awarded to Jamie Vardy and Frank Lampard.
The Leicester City striker scored four goals in three appearances for the Foxes including a hat-trick during their 9-0 win at Southampton.
The former England international also got the winner for his side after coming back from a goal down to defeat Burnley by 2-1.
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He took his scoring form into November and became the first Premier League player to hit double figures when he scored against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Chelsea manager Lampard scooped the manager's award after his side recorded all three victories and secured maximum points in the month.
The Blues defeated Southampton 4-1, Newcastle 1-0, and Burnley 4-2 and further cemented their hold in the Premier League following a 2-1 win over Watford in November.
Christian Pulisic's hat-trick at Burnley would be one of Lampard's favourite moment in October and the United States international also made his first selection count with a goal against Watford.
Lampard's men will be hosting Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge after his young side rallied back from three goals down to level the score at 4-4 against Ajax in the Champions League.
On the other hand, Leicester will be testing their title credentials when they welcome Arsenal to the King Power Stadium.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsenal fans have called for the sacking of Spanish boss Unai Emery shortly after Joe Willock won the club's October Goal of the Month award.
Willock scored a brilliant 30-yard effort against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup which ended in a shoot-out defeat after playing 4-4 in regulation time.
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