The Manchester City captain scored on the final day as the Etihad Stadium club won the league with a comfortable 2-0 win over Sam Allardyce's West Ham United
|World Player of the Week|
|Manchester City||2-0||West Ham|
|Manchester City||4-0||Aston Villa|
Yaya Toure has stolen the limelight for much of this season at the Etihad but it was fitting that Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany had the final say in the Premier League title race on Sunday.
The Belgium international captained the side to the title two years ago and proved it wasn't just a one off by replicating that feat to pick up his second league winners' medal.
Goal's Alec Fenn said: "The 28-year-old has stood up to be counted in recent weeks as City held off relentless pressure from Liverpool to claim the Premier League title.
"Kompany marshalled his back four to two clean sheets in seven days, firstly in the 4-0 win over Aston Villa, before doing the same again as City brushed West Ham aside 2-0 on the final day of the season.
"And the centre-back capped off the season in perfect fashion by scoring his side's second to clinch the title and join an elite group of players to have lifted the trophy more than once."
|Congratulations to Vincent Kompany, Goal's 261st World Player of the Week winner!|
Willy Caballero - Malaga
Goal's Enis Koylu: "His reflexes single-handedly stopped Atletico winning La Liga on Sunday."
Robert Lewandowski - Borussia Dortmund
Goal's Alec Fenn: "Scored another two goals as Dortmund beat Hertha 4-0 ahead of the DFB-Pokal final."
Charles - Celta
@Demiluyi: "Ruthless. Capitalised on two defensive errors."
Goal's Miles Chambers: "His two goals ended Real Madrid's title bid."
Dwight Gayle - Crystal Palace
Goal's Joe Wright: "Scored twice in the thrilling 3-3 draw with Liverpool and bagged another double at Fulham."