There was late drama in the three big games of the weekend, as Wigan's Shaun Maloney gave Harry Redknapp 'the worst moment' of his 45-year career with a late equaliser at QPR; Gylfi Sigurdsson rescued a point for Spurs in a 2-2 draw with Everton; and Sergio Aguero gave Manchester City a win at rivals United. But which performances were enough to earn a place in the POT Team of the Week?
Goalkeeper: Tim Krul (Newcastle)
Krul allowed Newcastle to take all three points by keeping out Stalislav Manolev's close-range effort for Fulham and went one better when he stopped Dimitar Berbatov, who met a John Arne Riise's free-kick unmarked 12 yards out.
Full-backs: Matthew Lowton (Aston Villa), Kyle Walker (Spurs)
Lowton continued his impressive run of form with another goal as Villa moved away from the drop-zone while Walker's role in skinning Leighton Baines to set up Spurs's late equaliser was enough to earn the vote from Spurs fans.
Centre-backs: Vincent Kompany (Man City), James Tomkins (West Ham)
Kompany captained City to a rare win at Old Trafford, despite scoring an own goal, while Tomkins was outstanding, making one goal-line block from a Steven Gerrard effort, in keeping Liverpool's front three at bay.
Midfielders: Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle), Tomas Rosicky (Arsenal), Elliot Bennett (Norwich), James Milner (Man City)
Cabaye set up the late winner for Papiss Cisse while Rosicky bagged two goals for Arsenal in their win at WBA; Bennett was singled out by Bloomberg Sports Analytics as one of the outstanding midfielders of the weekend, while Milner was Man of the Match after scoring City's opener in the Manchester derby.
Forwards: Loic Remy (QPR), Fernando Torres (Chelsea)
Remy scored one of the goals of the weekend, a stunning breakaway goal for QPR, while Torres came on in the second half for Chelsea and gave them an impetus and cutting-edge that it lacked in the previous 45 minutes.