The striker had come in for some unfair stick in recent times but has been scoring goals for run since returning to the starting line-up.
He further upped his game just when Arsenal needed him the most, scoring a hat-trick against Olympiakos in an away game that the Gunners needed to win by at least two goals.
Sportsperson of the week: Jamie Vardy
He then followed up his first treble for the club with his 50th league goal for Arsenal when the Frenchman scored from the spot against Aston Villa, becoming only the seventh player in the North Londoners’ history to reach that milestone.
1. Adam Voges
The 36-year-old scored a superb unbeaten 269 against the West Indies to guide Australia to a comfortable win in the first Test at Hobart. Voges was also involved in the highest-ever fourth wicket partnership in Test history with Shaun Marsh
Sportsperson of the week: Ajinkya Rahane
2. Shaun Marsh
The 32-year-old has been in and out of the Australian side often enough but staked a claim for a regular spot with a career best 182 in his record partnership with Voges
3. Kane Williamson
The New Zealand star made half-centuries in both innings against Sri Lanka to help his side to a 122-run win while also bringing his career average within touching distance of the magic 50-run mark