Before we begin with the top five, it's worth looking at the plays which narrowly missed making the list.
Julio Cesar double-save keeps QPR moving forward
Many feared the worst for QPR against Tottenham Hotspur. Gareth Bale and friends arrived at Loftus Road with a slaughtering in mind.
Thankfully for the home side, Julio Cesar produced two fantastic saves to deny Jermain Defoe's long shot and Emmanuel Adebayor's subsequent rebound. Cesar used his left arm to pluck Defoe's effort away from the top corner before puffing his body out to halt Adebayor.
The 0-0 result was rightfully met with a cheer from the home fans.
James Morrison and Romelu Lukaku
Both players produced excellent performances for West Bromwich Albion today. The opening goal and a host of other chances were created by Morrison's ability to run directly and cross with precision. With Shane Long missing, Lukaku made a nuisance of himself by scoring, having a goal disallowed and hitting the post.
Mark Schwarzer saves Fulham
A brilliant diving save kept Fulham ahead of Wigan when the score was 1-0. Schwarzer stretched as far as possible to push Shaun Maloney's long shot onto the bar and away from danger. An important feat considering the 1-1 result.
Arthur Boruc reaction denies Aston Villa
Arthur Boruc saved Southampton in an edgy game between two relegation candidates. Enda Stevens nearly made up for conceding a vital penalty with a fantastic shot from outside the area. He blasted low and straight, forcing Boruc into a top-draw reaction save that kept the Saints on track for a 1-0 win.