English Premier League week 28 is in the books and it went largely to plan for the favourites.
Manchester United,and Liverpool treated us to goalfests, while Tottenham edged their North London rivals Arsenal in a game that had pivotal consequences for the loser.
Check in our Team of the Week and see if your favourites made it.
It's a bizarre 4-1-3-2 formation due to the plethora of attacking delights on show.
There were two stunning performances in goal this week and Pepe Reina is very, very unlucky to miss out after preserving a clean sheet for Liverpool against Wigan Athletic.
But West Brom's 1-0 loss could have been a lot heavier if it weren't for the heroics of Ben Foster, who pulled out save after save to keep the Midlands side within touching distance of their opponents.
And yes, that is the 'keeper acrobatically firing a shot on goal in the dying minutes.
Can you catch him? 'Cause Wigan Athletic sure couldn't.
Glen Johnson was a presence on the right all game long yet again for Brendan Rodgers, and as well as helping his side to a clean sheet had a telling impact at the other end.
An incredible run—in which the England international beat four players—culminated in a Luis Suarez goal so the Uruguayan could seal his hat-trick.
A mention for Seamus Coleman here too, who had a very good game for Everton.
In a fierce North London derby, Jan Vertonghen stood out from his peers with a commanding performance.
Lining up on the left side of central defence, he used his pace and positional sense to deal with Theo Walcott, while adding a physical element to make it a tough day for Olivier Giroud.
An all-around superb and mobile performance.
Swansea City bucked a trend this weekend by becoming the first club in three years to win the game following their League Cup victory at Wembley.
It was hard-fought and Newcastle United took them all the way, so the Swans had to stay alert at the back and keep things very tight.
Ashley Williams was a superb captain for the game; He came close to opening the scoring, kept his line in check against a physical Magpies attack.
Most importantly, he led by example by keeping his feet on the ground.
Patrice Evra has taken a lot of stick over the past two seasons—the signing of Alexander Buttner has clearly prompted the Frenchman to up his performance.
He's been very sound this season and his showing against Norwich was another reason to believe Manchester United are still set at left-back.
Morgan Schneiderlin continues to rise in many's estimations, so it's lucky Southampton just tied him down to a new long-term deal.
The Frenchman anchors our Team of the Week on his own due to the attacking delights on show, but he' more than up to the task.
Against Queens Park Rangers he totaled an insane nine tackles and 12 interceptions as his side fell 2-1 at St. Mary's Stadium.
Steven Pienaar deserves a lot more credit for his performance against Reading, but many have centered on Marouane Fellaini because of his goal.
The South African terrorised Ian Harte from the right-hand side and scored a thumping good goal to ensure the Toffees took all the spoils.
For anyone wondering what might happen when the Pienaar-Leighton Baines partnership is split, wonder no longer.
Shinji Kagawa technically started on the left side, but spent so much time surging into the box and cutting in off the flank we're slotting him here.
The Japanese ace scored an effortless hat-trick—if that's even possible—and in particular his rolled finish after Wayne Rooney's good work was so easy it hurt a little.
He's hitting his form at the right time.
Philippe Coutinho, starting his second consecutive game for new club Liverpool, absolutely bossed proceedings at the DW Stadium.
He played "from the left" and drifted inside much like Shinji Kagawa did and provided sharp, incisive passing.
Wigan Athletic's switch to a four-man defence had the midfield a little confused and the Brazilian found endless amounts of space in which to create.
Shinji Kagawa stole the headlines with a superb hat-trick, but Wayne Rooney was just as important during Manchester United's 4-0 win over Norwich City.
His intelligent movement and passes created problems for Sebastian Bassong and co. all day and got his deserved goal in the final minutes with a stunning strike.
When you hit it like that, no one's stopping it.
Now Wigan Athletic can feel just as lucky as Norwich City does.
Luis Suarez made it two English Premier League clubs he's scored hat-tricks against on Saturday as he ran the Latics ragged.
With the aforementioned Philippe Coutinho supplying the ammunition, the Uruguayan only had to be at his sharp, predatory best to finish a glut of chances.