Supporters voted in their thousands to celebrate their Budweiser Kings of the Match in Matchweek 19.
Fans across the world voted on the final whistles for their top performers via the official Premier League website and app and here's who came out on top.
The midfielder scored a spectacular second-half winner as Spurs fought back from a 1-0 half-time deficit to beat Brighton & Hove Albion. He was a clear choice as King of the Match, receiving over half of the votes.
The Gabon striker proved a constant threat to AFC Bournemouth, netting his 12th goal of 2019/20 and 55.1 per cent of the vote. His equaliser secured a share of the points in Mikel Arteta's first match as the Gunners' head coach.
Taking two-thirds of the vote with 66.6%, the Villa captain led by example and crowned a dominant midfield display by setting up Conor Hourihane for the winning goal against fellow strugglers Norwich City.
A precision finish against Chelsea provided the striker with his first goal of the season and set Saints on their way to back-to-back away victories for the first time in 2019/20.
The forward's superb late solo effort secured a narrow derby victory over West Ham United at Selhurst Park. Ayew claimed a 62.9 per cent share of the vote, more than three times as many as his team-mate and closest rival Wilfried Zaha.
The striker netted his sixth goal in 17 appearances this season, and 53.7 per cent of the vote, to make it a winning start for the Toffees' new manager Carlo Ancelotti against Burnley.
There was little to choose between the two teams on the pitch, but the Blades' defender was the standout performer, according to fans, earning his side a penalty and the opportunity to level against Watford at Bramall Lane.
He scored twice and was simply too hot for Newcastle United to handle with a virtuoso display as the Red Devils made it an unhappy Old Trafford return for Steve Bruce. More than 60 per cent of fans voted for the Frenchman.
A staggering 81.2 per cent voted for the young full-back, who crowned a faultless display with two assists and the Reds' fourth goal as they eased past second-placed Leicester City.
The midfielder earned 51.1 per cent of the vote for a goal and an assist as Wolves came from behind to beat Manchester City in a thrilling comeback at Molineux.