After their 2-0 win against Brighton early on in the week, Manchester United continued their winning streak as they travelled to Elland Road where they faced Leeds in a dramatic 4-2 win.
Maguire opened up the scoreboard in the 34th minute, and teammate Bruno Fernandes doubled Manchester United’s lead right before half time.
But things started taking a turn for the worse in the second half when Rodrigo and Raphina both scored within 60 seconds of each other to equalise.
Super subs Fred and Elanga came on to pull Manchester United out of the trenches, scoring a goal each in the 70th minute and 88th minute respectively, and Ragnick’s side secured the win. Manchester United move to fourth while Leeds stay 15th.
Arsenal defeated Brentford in a thrilling 2-1 match at the Emirates stadium.
Depsite the home side coming in hot early on, they couldn’t find the back of the net, and both teams entered half time levelled. It didn’t take long for Arsenal to take the lead in the second half after Smithe-Rowe found the back of the net in the 48th minute.
Saka following in-suit 11 minutes later to put the Gunners 2-0 up, and despite Norgaard’s stoppage time goal to try and pull it back for Brentford, it wasn’t enough and the game ended 2-1 to Arteta’s side. Arsenal stay sixth, while Brentford stay 14th.
Liverpool hosted Norwich at Anfield and cruised through a 3-1 win against the Canaries.
Liverpool were the stronger side in the first half, but it was Norwich who were the first to open the scoreboard in the 48th minute after a goal from Rashica.
It didn’t take long for Liverpool to come back from behind as Mané equalised and Salah scored his 150th goal for his club.
New signing Diaz scored in the 81st minute to net his first goal for Liverpool, and the Reds left home with all three points. Liverpool stay second and are now six points behind leaders Manchester City, with a game in hand. Norwich drop to the bottom of the table.
Chelsea travelled to Selhurst Park in an entertaining 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Chelsea came close to finding the back of the net in the first half, but Crystal Palace were strong in holding their place. Tuchel’s side thought they had scored in the second half, but Ziyech’s goal was disallowed.
But the winger was persistent and managed to score a late-winner in the 89th minute to secure the win for Chelsea. Chelsea stay third, seven points behind Liverpool, while Crystal Palace stay 13th.
Manchester City were handed their third loss of the season after Spurs defeated the league leaders 3-2 at the Etihad stadium.
Kuluselvski opened the scoreboard just four minutes into the game, giving Spurs a crucial lead. Gundogan equalised in the 33rd minute and both teams were level at half time.
Kane then scored in the 59th minute, putting Spurs ahead for the second time. Pep’s side was then handed a penalty in stoppage time after a handball from Romero, where Mahrez found the back of the net.
Just when you though it was all over, Kane came through for his team in the last few seconds of the game to earn Spurs their first important win in four. Spurs move to seventh while Manchester City stay top, six points in front of opponents Liverpool.
West Ham v Newcastle - 1-1
Brighton v Burnley - 0-3
Southampton v Everton - 2-0
Aston Villa v Watford - 0-1
Wolves v Leicester - 2-1