The England number one made two great saves – one from Hatem Ben Arfa and one from Demba Ba – which ultimately helped secure a win at St James' Park that keeps City in the box seat for the title.
Wolves were playing for nothing more than pride, but the Everton full-back played his part in ensuring the Molineux crowd did not get a win in their team's final Premier League fixture.
The Spanish defender made plenty of tackles and blocks in both the centre of defence and when he was moved out to right-back midway through the 1-1 draw at Spurs.
The Newcastle goal machine that is Papiss Cisse was halted by City's defence, as ever led by their irrepressible captain Kompany.
A first Premier League goal in more than a year for the makeshift left-back, and it was a beauty. A veritable rocket of a strike that drew Sunderland level at Fulham, if only for a minute.
Young may have scored, but it was his cohort on the opposite flank who was by far the better performer for United, setting up the opening goal.
A colossal performance from the midfielder, even before he scored two brilliant goals which marked the first league brace of his career. He could hardly have timed it better.
The Moroccan was at the centre of all of QPR's good work, and it was no surprise he had a hand in the winner. A very influential display.
The Bulgarian winger was in superb form and at the heart of everything that Bolton did well.
Curled a lovely free-kick for Fulham's opener – his 50th goal in the Premier League - and was a constant threat, working tirelessly for the team.
Despite being hugely frustrated at his side dropping points, the Arsenal captain scored two clinical goals and almost single-handedly ensured a point.