A series of illustrations highlighting some of the key moments I liked from each week of the Premier League season 2015-16.
A shrewd signing
Andre Ayew scored on his first Premier League start for Swansea by stabbing a close-range equaliser against Chelsea.
Nearly taken off
Philippe Coutinho was nearly taken off before taking a stunning long-range strike that gave Liverpool a late victory over Stoke on the opening weekend.
Olivier Giroud of Arsenal scored the opening goal vs Crystal Palace by executing an fabulous scissor-kick.
Bournemouth earned their first ever top-flight win as Callum Wilson's hat-trick downed West Ham in a dramatic encounter.
Swansea stun Manchester United with Bafetimbi Gomis winner.
Steven Naismith came off the bench to score a perfect hat-trick for Everton against Chelsea.
Manchester United's £36m teenager Anthony Martial marked his debut in sensational fashion with a stunning goal as Liverpool were beaten at Old Trafford.
Chelsea won over nine men Arsenal, while Diego Costa escaped red card after pushing Arsenal defender Koscielny in the face.
Romelu Lukaku scored twice as he helps Everton come from two goals down to win against West Brom.
A Five Star Performance
Sergio Aguero smashes five goals in just 20 minutes as Manchester City demolished Newcastle United.
Georginio Wijnaldum scored four goals as Newcastle trounced Norwich for their first Premier League win of the season.
Andre Ayew steals spotlight away from brother Jordan Ayew with winner as Swansea beat Aston Villa.
Back in Form
Harry Kane returned to goalscoring form with a hat-trick as Tottenham came from behind to thrash Bournemouth.
Jumping in Joy
Jurgen Klopp secured a hugely impressive first Premier League win by defeating Chelsea since taking charge at Liverpool.
Arouna Kone scored a first Everton hat-trick as his side thrashed Sunderland.
Chelsea suffer seventh Premier League defeat as Marko Arnautović scored a superbly executed acrobatic volley for Stoke City.
Liverpool tore Manchester City apart with a dazzling performance.
Jamie Vardy of Leicester City scored against Manchester United to become the first Premier League player to score in 11 consecutive appearances.
Taking Centre Stage
Riyad Mahrez's hat-trick propelled Leicester to the top of the Premier League as they beat Swansea.
Junior Stanislas scored a direct goal from the corner kick (called an 'Olimpico' in Spain) as Bournemouth defeats Man Utd.
Stoppage Time Finish
Substitute Ayoze Pérez scored three minutes into stoppage time as Newcastle came from behind to beat Tottenham.
The Attacking Threat
Odion Ighalo of Watford scored a brace against Liverpool to continue their remarkable rise with a fourth consecutive Premier League win.
A Sublime Finish
Marko Arnautović produced a sublime finish from outside the penalty box as Stoke City condemned Manchester United to a fourth straight defeat.
Shane Long grabbed two goals as his side Southampton thrashed Arsenal on Boxing Day.
Xherdan Shaqiri scored one of the goals of the season as Stoke earned a thrilling win against Everton.
Wayne Rooney's brilliant instinctive winner beat Swansea as Manchester United ended a run of eight games without a win.
Joe Allen's late equaliser gave Liverpool a deserved point against Arsenal.
John Terry scored a controversial 98th-minute equaliser to earn Chelsea a point in a thriller against Everton.
Stoppage Time Strike
Adam Lallana's injury-time strike saw Liverpool edged a nine-goal thriller at Norwich in one of the most dramatic Premier League games of the season.
Jamie Vardy scored twice including a stunning goal as Leicester beat Liverpool to stay three points clear at the top of the Premier League.
Robert Huth scored twice as Premier League leaders Leicester stunned nearest rival Manchester City with a convincing victory to move five points clear.
Danny Welbeck threw the Premier League title race wide open when he scored a dramatic winner with only seconds left as Arsenal beat leaders Leicester City.
A Special Talent
Teenager Marcus Rashford scored twice and set up the third as Manchester United derailed Arsenal's Premier League title challenge at Old Trafford.
Fabio Borini struck a stunning late leveller against Crystal Palace to lift Sunderland out of the bottom three.
Stoppage Time Winner
Dimitri Payet's 90th-minute winner completed a stunning late West Ham comeback against 10-man Everton to maintain their top-four challenge.
Tottenham closed the gap on leaders Leicester to two points after Harry Kane scored two goals in three minutes to sink Aston Villa.
Sadio Mané scored a brace as Southampton snatched a dramatical victory against Liverpool.
Last Minute Heart Break
Martin Olsson fired in a stoppage-time winner as Norwich dealt a huge blow to Newcastle's hopes of survival.
Andy Carroll's hat-trick dealt another blow to Arsenal's already slim Premier League title hopes, despite the Gunners fighting back to draw at West Ham.
A Sergio Aguero hat-trick moved Manchester City closer to secure Champions League football next season with a victory at 10-man Chelsea.
From Zero to Hero
Tottenham's title ambitions were hit by a severe blow as West Brom's Craig Dawson's cancelled out his own goal with a second-half header, which puts Leicester one win from the title.
Eden Hazard scored a brilliant goal for Chelsea as Tottenham squandered a two-goal lead to draw against them, which made Leicester City crowned champions of England for the first time in their history.
West Ham United marked their departure from Upton Park after 112 years with a thrilling victory against Manchester United.
After narrowly avoiding relegation the previous season, Leicester City won the league for the first time in their 132-year history, becoming the 24th club to become English football champions, and the sixth club to win the Premier League.