Six players were nominated for the Castrol Game Changer of the Season award.
New to 2021/22, the award is given to the individual with the single most game-changing performance over the course of the campaign.
You, the fans, had until 15:00 BST on Friday 27 May to vote via the Castrol website for your favourite from the shortlist below.
See: Gundogan wins Castrol Game Changer award
Stepping up in the moments that matter 🙌— Premier League (@premierleague) May 25, 2022
🌟 De Bruyne
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On the opening weekend of the season, Pogba produced four assists in a 5-1 win over Leeds United. In so doing the Man Utd midfielder became only the seventh player in Premier League history to set up that many goals in a single match.
The Arsenal goalkeeper was in inspired form to help his side to a 2-0 win against Leicester City. He made eight saves, his most in a single match throughout the season, with one of them being perhaps one of the greatest stops ever seen in the Premier League to keep out a James Maddison free-kick.
After coming off the bench in the 79th minute with Tottenham Hotspur trailing 2-1, Bergwijn inspired an incredible late turnaround with goals in the fifth and seventh minutes of stoppage time. It was the latest a team had ever been losing a Premier League match before going on to win.
Ronaldo was the star of the show, scoring a sublime hat-trick to give Man Utd a 3-2 win at Old Trafford. One of his goals was a long-range stunner on a day when he recorded his 807th career goal, the most by any player in history.
The Man City star produced a virtuoso performance, netting four goals in a 5-1 win. His hat-trick after 24 minutes was the third-earliest treble scored from the start of a Premier League match.
With Man City 2-0 down to Aston Villa and seemingly waving their title dreams goodbye, Gundogan came off the bench to make an extraordinary impact. He scored twice in six minutes to inspire a 3-2 turnaround win, helping his team to retain the title and lift a sixth Premier League Trophy.
Vote now for your Castrol Game Changer of the Season, awarded to the player with the single most game-changing performance during the 2021/22 Premier League Season. Go to https://t.co/KnRF7tOAMP #GameChanger pic.twitter.com/eHoHKjM4I6— Castrol (@Castrol) May 25, 2022
Part 2: Castrol Save of the Season shortlist
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