Congolese Bolasie equalised as visiting Crystal Palace held Arsenal 1-1 and Senegalese Mane rescued Southampton at Everton in another two-goal match.
Nigerian Ogenyi Onazi scored on a rare start as Lazio won in Italy, but a goal from compatriot Leon Balogun could not prevent Mainz losing in Germany.
YANNICK BOLASIE (Crystal Palace)
The Democratic Republic of Congo winger rescued a point for the Eagles in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal that dented the Gunners' hopes of Champions League qualification when his shot from the edge of the box somehow crept in at goalkeeper Petr Cech's near-post nine minutes from time at the Emirates Stadium.
SADIO MANE (Southampton)
The Senegal midfielder answered the Saints' prayers by scoring their equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Everton when he finished off a goalmouth scramble after the hosts failed to deal with Dusan Tadic's cross in the 76th minute at Goodison Park.
RIYAD MAHREZ (Leicester City)
His blistering pace has been a feature of the Foxes' rise to the top of the Premier League table and the Algeria winger's skills were on show again as he released N'Golo Kante, whose pass set up Jamie Vardy for the opening goal of a dramatic 2-2 draw with West Ham United at the King Power Stadium.
ALEX IWOBI (Arsenal)
The Nigeria teenage forward was one of several Arsenal players who, in all-too familiar fashion for Gunners' fans, spurned chances against Palace as Arsene Wenger's side dropped what could yet be a costly two points against FA Cup semi-finalists Palace.
CARL MEDJANI (Levante)
Algeria defender Medjani breathed new life into Levante's hopes of beating relegation with his first goal for the club in a 2-1 win over Espanyol. Medjani bundled home from close range to move the Valencia side within two points of safety.
ALFRED N'DIAYE (Real Betis)
Senegalese international N'Diaye slotted home his second goal of the season to open the scoring in a 1-1 draw at Celta Vigo that should secure Betis's place in the top flight next season.
MOHAMED SALAH (Roma)
Salah is known as one of Roma's fastest players and the Egyptian's speed was pivotal as he chased down a long ball and then cut back for Belgian international Radja Nainggolan to hit Roma's second goal just before the half hour at Atalanta. Roma then collapsed to concede three goals before club legend Francesco Totti came off the bench to hit the leveller in a 3-3 draw.
OGENYI ONAZI (Lazio)
was his first home game in charge, the Nigerian seized the day. After Italy international Antonio Candreva put Lazio ahead from the penalty spot on six minutes, Onazi virtually wrapped up the 2-0 win with his strike just before half-time.
LEON BALOGUN (Mainz 05)
The Nigeria centre-back scored his first goal for Mainz in Germany's top flight when he headed home from a corner in their 3-2 home defeat by Cologne in the Rhineland derby. Mainz were heading to fifth in the table after Balogun's 49th-minute goal put them 2-0 up before Cologne roared back.
SAMBOU YATABARE (Werder Bremen)
Playing on the wing, the Mali international claimed Bremen's third goal in their 3-2 league win over Wolfsburg to boost their survival chances in Germany's top flight. Yatabare, on loan from Olympiakos, enjoyed a simple tap-in after Zlatko Junuzovic drove in a fierce shot from the left on 83 minutes.
SOFIANE BOUFAL (Lille)
Known for his dribbling wizardry, the 22-year-old attacking midfielder can look awesome with the ball at his feet, and was on fire as he hit a hat-trick in Lille's 4-2 win at Gazelec Ajaccio. Some at Lille say he calls to mind a young Eden Hazard but his coach Frederic Antonetti compared him to legendary Dutch striker Marco Van Basten after a wonder goal, which many feel may win goal of the season.