The Premier League's top four clubs all recorded victories as the race for the title hots up after the 27th round of matches.
Below, Sports Mole has picked out the 11 players who made the biggest impression on us over the last two days.
John Ruddy (Norwich City)
In what was a huge victory for Norwich at Carrow Road, Ruddy made a couple of vital saves, as well as coming off his line to ease the pressure on his team by taking catches.
Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
Defensively the Frenchman improved upon his recent showings, while he was at his best going forward. He was involved in both of United's goal, having been fouled for the penalty, before crossing for Wayne Rooney to seal the outcome.
John Terry (Chelsea)
The Chelsea skipper was at his stubborn best defensively and was also heavily involved in forcing the winning goal deep into stoppage time.
Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United)
Injuries and age may have hampered Ferdinand's mobility and leave him vulnerable to a pacey striker, but his ability to read the game was there for all to see at Selhurst Park.
Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull City)
Hull's Egyptian full-back showed his qualities with an attack-minded display as the Tigers thrashed Cardiff in Wales.
Juan Mata (Manchester United)
United's club-record signing looked more comfortable as part of an attacking quartet which also included Rooney, Robin van Persie and Adnan Januzaj. The Spaniard figured heavily in his side's second goal.
Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
Scoring goals has never been Henderson's forte, but he weighed in with two at Anfield, including the winner in the closing stages to keep Liverpool in the title race.
Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)
He may not have scored any of Arsenal's four goals, but Wilshere was at his creative best against Sunderland. He was involved in his team's first and third goals.
Nathan Dyer (Swansea City)
The Swansea winger may have ended up on the losing side against Liverpool, but his pace and trickery caused numerous problems to the home side's rearguard.
Olivier Giroud (Arsenal)
The French striker has had problems off the pitch in recent weeks, but he put them behind him by scoring twice to help the Gunners record a routine victory.
Nikica Jelavic (Hull City)
Steve Bruce parted with £7m to bring the Croatian to the KC Stadium in January, but he is already repaying that fee. How his former club Everton could have done with the two goals that he scored against Cardiff!
Numpty of the week
Martin Skrtel (Liverpool): On a few occasions Liverpool's Slovakian centre-back has got away with clearly tugging back an opponent inside the area, but this time his being of the rules was punished. Skrtel hauled Wilfried Bony over and referee Mike Jones awarded the penalty, which Swansea's Ivorian striker converted. Had Henderson not scored late on, then Skrtel would have cost Liverpool two points.
Goal of the week
Tomas Rosicky (Arsenal vs. Sunderland) The North Londoners scored a memorable team goal against Norwich earlier in the campaign, but this one may have been even better. Wilshere and Giroud were heavily involved in releasing Czech midfielder Rosicky, who then calmly lifted the ball over an advancing Vito Mannone and into the net.