It was a fantastic point fought for in a fantastic way. I'm sure you were there or have seen the highlights, you've read what we reckon - so now it's your turn to rate the players. Who has made the biggest leap towards November's WAW Reader's Player or the Month accolade?
You've seen the match, you've seen the replays, you've made your mind up about the controversy and agree with the rest of the football world that Lee Mason had a mare. Now it's time for you to tell us how you thought the players performed individually.
It will come as no surprise to learn that Steven Fletcher is currently way ahead in the ratings. The battle bottom is close between the other two strikers, with Will Buckley also challenging for the unwanted accolade - do you agree? Whether or not you do, it's time to register your ratings.
You've read and disagreed with ours. You've watched and enjoyed a hard-fought victory polished off by some great goals. Now it's your turn to rate the players individual performances after SAFC registered their first away win and their second in four games. Sounds class when you put it like that!
You will all have had the chance to cringe at yesterday's blunders and here is your chance to rate everyone's individual performances. Patrick van Aanholt is your leader with Wes Brown propping up the list but there is plenty of time for that to change. We'll be closing the votes down for the WAW Reader's Man of the Match against Arsenal which in turn will be the final votes for player of the month too tomorrow.
Who was at fault for the second goal? Who failed to impress? Who belonged on the winning side? It's time for you to rate the players who fell foul to a couple of blunders against Arsenal. Being the last match in October, this is also you're last chance to influence this month's ratings.
I can't imagine this been anything other than a grim set of results, but here is your chance to rate the player performances from yesterday's debacle. Really sorry but you can't score lower than a 1, despite minus figures being more appropriate in most cases.
It comes as no surprise to see the ratings less than flattering for the majority of SAFC players after last night's cup exit to Stoke City. The fact substitute Patrick van Aanholt leads the way at this point with a rating of just 6.59 highlights that, though it is close at the top and bottom so have your say by voting below and all could change!
Well, it's that time again. Rate the players yourself after Sunderland drew 0-0 with Swansea in a game where yet again we lacked that winning touch in front of goal.
No surprises so far in the WAW Reader's player ratings as Steven Fletcher leads the way with a hefty score of 8.85. There is still plenty of time to have your say so whether or not you agree vote below!