Jermain Defoe inspired Sunderland to a huge win 4-2 over Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
Defoe bagged a hat-trick, with Patrick van Aanholt also scoring for the Black Cats in south Wales.
But who scooped the man of the match gong? Richard Mennear gives his player ratings here.
Vito Mannone: 5. Sent the wrong way for the penalty. And could do little about Ayew's precise finish. Had a nightmare second half, almost cost Sunderland.
Billy Jones: 6. Put in some feisty challenges first half, didn't get anywhere near Ayew for the goal.
John O’Shea: 6. Nervy moments in opening 10 minutes, Sunderland got away with it though. Much improved as the game wore on.
Wes Brown: 6. Gave away the penalty but it was never a foul. Ayew kicked the floor. Decent display from Brown.
Patrick van Aanholt: 7. Modou Barrow gave him a tough time first half, again positive going forward though, just lacked a final ball. Did really well for the goal, deflected off Fernandez.
Lee Cattermole: 5. Beaten far too easily for Ayew's goal. The forward moved past him like he wasn't even there. Not his best game. Subbed.
Yann M’Vila: 6. Poor passing and couldn't find his range in the first half. Sloppy in build-up to Swansea goal. Improved second half but maybe in need of a rest?
Adam Johnson: 7. Huge miss shortly after Defoe had put Sunderland 1-0 up. Blasted his shot well, well wide. Nice ball to play in van Aanholt to make it 2-2 and impressed second half.
Jeremain Lens: 8. Played in the Number 10 role again, behind Defoe. Did his defensive duties too. Showed some nice touches, always wanted the ball and to attack.
Fabio Borini: 7. Put a real shift in for his side. Did a lot of running. Didn't have a sight on goal though. Subbed late on.
Jermain Defoe: 9. MOM. Led line really well and scored hat-trick, second a cool finish. First two goals offside but officials didn't spot either and Defoe capitalised.
Jack Rodwell (for Cattermole, 73): 6
Danny Graham (for Borini, 83): 6
Duncan Watmore (for Lens, 86): 6
Subs Not Used: Pickford, Coates, Yedlin, Watmore, Fletcher
Booked: Mannone (67, time wasting), van Aanholt (79)
Goals: Defoe (3, 61, 85), van Aanholt (49)
Lukasz Fabianski: 5.
Kyle Naughton: 5
Federico Fernandez: 5
Ashley Williams: 5
Neil Taylor: 6
Leon Britton: 5
Ki Sung Yueng: 6
Gylfi Sigurdsson: 6
Wayne Routledge: 6
Andre Ayew: 7
Modou Barrow: 7
Angel Rangel (for Britton, 42): 6.
Bafe Gomis (for Routledge, 75): 6.
Jack Cork (for Ayew): 6.
Subs Not Used: Nordfeldt, Amat, Montero, Emnes.
Booked: Naughton (37, serious foul play)
Goals: Sigurdsson (21, pen), Ayew (40)
Attendance: 20,140 (Sunderland, 700)
Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire) Had an absolute nightmare. Defoe's first two goals were offside, never a Swansea penalty and red card was harsh...2/10