4. Anthony Martial (Manchester United)
After a slow first 45 minutes, the teenager turned the screw after the interval and was the catalyst for Manchester United’s much-needed 2-1 victory over Swansea City.
Minutes into the second half and the Frenchman had put the home side ahead as he headed Ashley Young’s cross into the ground and past Lukasz Fabiański.
With time running out after the Swans equalised, Martial glided past Angel Rangel before picking out Wayne Rooney whose sumptuous back-heeled finish eventually claimed three precious points for United.
The win moves the Red Devils to within two points off fourth place, while Martial moved level with Rooney as United’s top goalscorer with eight for the campaign.