The Pole pulled off a quite stupendous save to deny Wolves striker Kevin Doyle and was good value in keeping a clean sheet in the Gunners' 3-0 win at Molineux.
Typically understated yet immaculate performance at the back from the right-back in Everton's 4-0 win over Sunderland.
The defender produced a valiant performance at the back with his side down to 10 men and perhaps the pass of the season which led to the opening goal against Blackburn.
Dealt with the threat of Manchester United strikers Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez with aplomb.
Tottenham's Aaron Lennon can be a tricky customer, but veteran Drury dealt admirably with the treat in the Canaries' 2-1 away win.
The match with Bolton needed a moment of magic to bring it to life and the mercurial Frenchman supplied the inspiration that could give Newcastle Champions League football next season.
While other Arsenal players produced flashes of brilliance, Arteta kept the visitors to Molineux in possession and moving forward with a consummate display in midfield.
On a night of standout performances from QPR, Buzsaky clinches it with an energetic and dynamic display. And of course a fine third goal to seal the victory over Swansea.
The on-loan Tottenham midfielder dictated the play with his incisive passing and tireless running. Sunderland's Lee Cattermole spent the afternoon looking at Pienaar's back.
The Austrian linked well with Gabriel Agbonlahor and capped a solid personal display with a memorable strike to open the scoring in the draw with Stoke.
Two goals capped an inspired display from Aguero with the fleet-footed Argentine in sublime form for City against hapless West Brom.