By Marcus ChhanFollow @@MarcusChhan
Following Luis Suarez's controversial bite on Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic, it was good to get back to talking about football and we can have Robin van Persie to thank for that.
The Dutchman's hat-trick in Manchester United's 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Monday wrapped up the Barclays Premier League title for the Old Trafford outfit with four games to spare.
Suarez actually had a very good game against Chelsea for Liverpool and it was the Uruguayan who pounced in stoppage time to rescue a 2-2 draw on Sunday at Anfield.
Elsewhere on 'Super Sunday', Tottenham came from a goal behind to smash Manchester City 3-1 to keep their UEFA Champions League hopes intact.
In the race to avoid relegation, Sunderland and Newcastle picked up some vital points while West Ham look safe as do Fulham despite a 1-0 loss to Arsenal on Saturday.
We've gone with a 4-4-2 formation this week.
GK: Jussi Jaaskelainen (West Ham United)
West Ham United not only secured their Premier League survival in Saturday's 2-0 win over Wigan, but they also moved up to 10th with the result. It wasn't any easy victory by any stretch of the imagination as Wigan created plenty of chances - they had 19 attempts on goal - but found opposing goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen in unbeatable form.
The former Finland international's moment of the match came when he denied Shaun Maloney a certain goal after the Wigan man sprung clear of the Hammers' defence.
RB: Stanislas Manolev (Fulham)
Stanislas Manolev was a deadline day loan signing from PSV to Fulham and has only managed a handful of games so far. To be honest, I didn't know too much about the player until Saturday's game between Fulham and Arsenal at Craven Cottage. I definitely won't forget his name now as he was brilliantly despite the home side's 1-0 defeat.
Fulham played most of the game with only 10 men but you wouldn't have guessed it had you tuned in after Steve Sidwell's dismissal as Manolev's jinking runs made Fulham look so dangerous.
LB: Danny Rose (Sunderland)
Paolo Di Canio has completely transformed Sunderland in his first two games in charge of the Black Cats. When you look down his team-sheet, almost every player has dramatically improved when compared to their performances in the Martin O'Neill era.
Full-back Danny Rose is perhaps one of the most obvious examples of the change. Excellent against Newcastle in the derby rout, he was equally impressive in Saturday's 1-0 win over Everton whenhe made Seamus Coleman look very average.
CB: Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal)
There might be a clamour for Per Mertesacker to get into our Team of the Week following his goal and clean sheet in Arsenal's 1-0 win over Fulham. Sorry to disappoint but he does not make the cut.
The German may have scored the winning goal against Fulham, but he pretty much nicked it from team-mate Laurent Koscielny as the Frenchman's header back across goal actually looked to be heading in before Mertesacker's touch from a yard out. Besides, Koscielny was the better defender on the night.
CB: Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Newcastle United)
Newcastle handed Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa the task of keeping West Brom's Romelu Lukaku quiet - which is never an easy feat to accomplish. Therefore, the Toon defender can feel fairly chuffed about his performance in Saturday's 1-1 draw with the Baggies although Lukaku did get an assist for West Brom's equaliser.
RM: Oscar (Chelsea)
There were some high quality performances in midfield for Chelsea in Sunday's 2-2 draw with Liverpool but none were better than Oscar's. The Brazil international kept Liverpool guessing with his dribbling ability and shots from long range while his excellent movement was rewarded with a goal after he was in the right position to finish off Juan Mata's cross from a corner.
LM: Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)
Ryan Giggs continues to amaze at 39-years of age. Credit must also go to Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's management of Giggs' minutes as the Welsh wizard consistently comes good at the business end of the Premier League season.
His two assists in Monday's 3-0 win over Aston Villa, which sewed up a 20th title for United, were a testament to his ability to always look for and find a team-mate in a better goal scoring opportunity than himself.
CM: Stephane Sessegnon (Sunderland)
Stephane Sessegnon is another Sunderland player playing out of his skin since the arrival of new manager Paolo Di Canio. His energy, drive and eye for goal sealed a 1-0 win for the Black Ctas over Everton on Saturday - their first over the Toffees in 20 attempts in all competitions.
"The little one is big. He's a big player. We all know he is capable of scoring a goal like that," Di Canio said of Sessegnon and the well hit low strike which condemned Everton to defeat.
CM: Tom Huddlestone (Tottenham Hotspur)
Normally I prefer not to include substitutes in my Team of the Week. If someone comes off the bench and performs well I'll usually give them a ‘Special Mention' at the end but in this case I'll make an exception for Tom Huddlestone.
The Tottenham midfielder suited up in the 60th minute with Spurs trailing Manchester City 1-0 in Sunday's early kick-off. And he came on and changed the game completely as Spurs switched to a 4-3-3. It was his passing in the final third which gave Spurs the impetus they needed to rally against City to win 3-1.
AM/FC: Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur)
Gareth Bale had a quiet first half but exploded into life once Tottenham threw caution to the wind. His first major contribution was to play a killer ball for Clint Dempsey to tap in for Spurs' equaliser and then Bale sealed the 3-1 win with the final Tottenham goal - a clever dink shot to leave City manager Roberto Mancini fuming on the touchline at his side's capitulation.
ST: Robin van Persie (Manchester United)
There is no question in my mind that the signing of Robin van Persie pretty much won Manchester United back the Premier League title. His consistent flow of goals has made United an even stronger force this campaign.
Three goals against Aston Villa is not a bad way to win your first Premier League title either! Everyone is also talking about Van Persie's second goal - and rightly so as it was superbly hit volley from a 40-yard pass from Wayne Rooney.
Special Mention: Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
When he's focused on playing football then he is up there with some of the best in the world at the moment, but let's face it: Luis Suarez is a brat. To bite an opponent - this is the second time he has done this in his career - is beyond childish and so embarrassing.
I've praised Suarez throughout the season and even backed him to win the PFA Player of the Year award over Robin van Persie - not anymore. You can't give this type of an award to someone who lacks any respect for his fellow professionals. Everyone makes mistakes but the fact that this is the second time he has been involved in such an unsavoury act makes it too big to sweep under the carpet with a ‘I am sorry' tweet and a fine.