Welcome to the 2011-12 TEAMtalk Soccers ceremony, with James Marshment presenting the Game of the Season as voted for by our army of readers.
With West Ham and Chelsea fans still basking in the glory of respective Championship and Champions League final victories, we keep the celebrations going with our annual end-of-season awards, which will run for the next fortnight, with 10 gongs being handed out by our TEAMtalk bloggers.
The accolades - decided upon following suggestions from you, our loyal readers - are what every player and manager wants on their mantelpiece.
And our first award is one of the most fiercely-contested categories of the lot.
Game of the Season - by James Marshment
We have been genuinely spoilt this season after a campaign of what has been, for me, the most dramatic and most entertaining set of matches we have ever witnessed. I'll stop short of saying we'll never see the likes of this again, because as the Premier League continues to prove, absolutely anything can (and inevitably does) happen.
Such has been the strength of candidates for Game of the Season this time around, there are a number of contenders which haven't made the cut this year - yet on another given season could easily have scooped the top award.
So finalising this shortlist was certainly easier said than done and Man United 4 Everton 4, Chelsea 3 Man United 3, Arsenal 5 Tottenham 2, Man City 3 Tottenham 2, Man City 3 Sunderland 3 and Chelsea 4 Napoli 1 can all consider themselves desperately unlucky not to make the cut.
However, after 'consultation' with TEAMtalk's invaluable and ultra-informed readership, I bring before you the definitive list for Game of the Season.
5. Chelsea 3 Arsenal 5, October 2011:
The game that pretty much had it all: the under-fire away team coming back from 1-0 and 2-1 down to claim victory; the under-fire (then) England captain bouncing back from a racism storm to score; Juan Mata announcing his arrival as a quality addition to the Premier League; and Robin van Persie scoring a sensational hat-trick that there and then announced him as probably the best striker in the Premier League.
Such was the quality of this match, it's hard to fathom looking back how it's only just crept into our top five. As a former TEAMtalk (shall we say, commentator) once said: "Wonderful. Magical. Mysterial." Indeed!
4. Barcelona 2 Chelsea 2, April 2012:
Despite taking a hard-fought 1-0 lead into their Champions League semi-final second leg in the Nou Camp, few gave Chelsea much hope of seeing the job through and reaching the final.
When TEAMtalk favourite Sergio Busquets gave Barca the lead on the night to level the aggregate scoreline, there seemed little doubt about the eventual outcome.
But when John Terry saw red for a moment of madness and then Andres Iniesta doubled their lead, mission improbable became mission (not-a-cat-in-hell's-chance) impossible.
But what then followed was a display of such dogged determination, grit and a never-say-die refusal to lose that the match will be remembered as one of the finest ever in Chelsea's history.
Ramires' fine chip reduced the deficit, and with Lionel Messi slamming a second-half penalty against the crossbar, the only thing more improbable than Jose Boswinga starring as a makeshift centre-half was the sight of 'left-back' Fernando Torres striding unchallenged half the length of the field to round Victor Valdes and tap home the equaliser. The stuff of dreams: Gary Neville may well still be having 'Goalgasms' now. "Un-believ-able."
3. Man United 8 Arsenal 2, August 2011:
As unlikely scorelines go, you could probably have been given 100 free stabs at predicting the scoreline in this one and you wouldn't have come close.
I still rate this game as the best attacking display I've ever seen in the Premier League's 20-year history such was the devastation and fluency of United's attack. It's also the main reason why I believe England's best hopes of glory this summer lie on the shoulders of Ashley Young, who grabbed a brilliant brace.
Wayne Rooney weighed in with a terrific treble too - yet most of the headlines were reserved for just how bad Arsenal were and when (not 'if') Arsene Wenger would be sacked on the back of this display. It was Arsenal's worst ever defeat against United and the first time they had conceded eight in a league game since 1896.
Yet the Arsenal board kept faith with Wenger and I'm quite certain we'll not see a Gunners side put up such an inept display again. When you look back at that performance now, it underlines just how well Arsenal did to recover and finish the season in third place.
2. Man United 1 Man City 6, October 2011: I still look back at this scoreline and rub my eyes in disbelief. OK, so three of City's goals came in injury-time, but the sheer magnitude of this result - a 10-goal swing that was eventually to prove one of the key factors in the title being won by the blue half of Manchester - will forever be etched on my brain.
City were simply brilliant that day, with David Silva and Mario Balotelli really catching the eye and illustrating to everyone that they were genuine title contenders this season.
It's hard to remember that in recording only their second win at Old Trafford since 1974, City inflicted United's first home defeat since April 2010 and also ended their run of 19 consecutive home league wins.
If it's safe to say we'll not see Arsenal ship eight goals on their travels in one game again, I think it's even more certain to say that a Sir Alex Ferguson side will never lose so heavily on their home turf again.
1. Man City 3 QPR 2, May 2012: The game that coined the phrase 'Aguero time' and the match that settled unquestionably the best title race of all time.
All City needed to do going into their final Premier League game of the season was to beat a dire QPR side to secure their first league crown in 44 years. Sounds simple.
But with the unthinkable happening and City staring down the barrel of a 2-1 home reverse with the match heading into injury time, it seemed as though all the club's hard work over the season, and their title dreams with it, were going up in smoke.
QPR even did their best to aid City's cause, Joey Barton losing his cool in such a way that if he could have picked up three red cards, he probably would have done.
As the match entered its second minute of four added-on minutes, Edin Dzeko nodded home the equaliser to give City fans a glimmer of hope.
But even that could not prepare anyone for what was to follow and in a script that would not have looked out of place in a Hollywood blockbuster, Sergio Aguero showed astonishing composure to round one tackle and slam home a low shot with literally seconds of the season left to not just blew the roof off the Etihad, but win the title in such dramatic circumstances that the likes of which (probably?) never be seen again. To quote TEAMtalk's Jon Holmes, "I'm shaking!"
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