Chelsea kicked off match week 36 with a 2-2 draw against Wolves at Stamford Bridge.
It was a quiet first half before Lukaku opened the scoresheet in the 56th minute with a penalty, after a foul from Saiss. He doubled Chelsea’s lead and his goals two minutes later after a curl in from teammate Pulisic.
Wolves then added their first goal in the 79th minute after a goal from substitute Trincao, and a stoppage time header from Coady pulled the game back for the away side, leaving the match 2-2.
Without a win in the last three matches, Chelsea are third with 67 points, one point ahead of Arsenal. Wolves stay eight with 50 points.
Brighton stunned the football world with their first home win against Manchester United in a thrilling 4-0 match at the Amex stadium.
Caicedo kicked off the scoreboard in the 15th minute with his first league goal and put Brighton a goal ahead at half time. Cucurella doubled their lead in the second half, and teammate Gross followed in suit eight minutes later.
After Trossard created Brighton’s second and third goal, he added his own name to the scoreboard in the 60th minute, sealing Brighton’s impressive 4 goal win over Manchester United after their defensive blunder.
Three games unbeaten leave Brighton ninth with 47 points, and Manchester United’s hopes of a top four finish come to an end, as they sit sixth with 58 points, 12 points behind fourth-place Arsenal.
Spurs dent Liverpool’s chance of the Premier League title after a 1-1 draw at Anfield.
A quiet first half pushed both teams to go hard in the second half, and it paid off after Son found the back of the net in the 56th minute with his 20th Premier League goal of the season.
Diaz pulled one back for the Reds in the 74th minute, but both teams were unable to break the deadlock, and the game ended a draw, with Liverpool dropping points for the first time since October.
Liverpool stay second with 83 points, now 3 points behind first place. Spurs stay fifth with 62 points, four points behind a top four finish.
A brace from Nketiah earned Arsenal a 2-1 win over Leeds at the Emirates Stadium.
Nketiah found the back of the net in the first five minutes of the game after chasing Meslier down and scored another five minutes later.
It seemed like it was all done for Leeds after Ayling was sent off in the 27th minute, but they pulled one back in the second half after a goal from Llorente. Their efforts were not enough to level with the Gunners, and the game ended 2-1 to the home side.
A fourth straight win for Arsenal keeps them at fourth with 66 points, and Leeds drop to 18th with 34 points, one point behind 16th-place Everton.
Manchester City cruised through a 5-0 win over Newcastle at the Etihad stadium to keep them top.
Sterling scored City’s first goal of the game in the 19th minute, and Laporte doubled their lead in the 38th minute, leaving Pep’s side two goals up at half time.
Newcastle tried to pull one back for themselves, but City proved too much for the away side as Rodri added a third in the 61st minute. Substitute Foden found the back of the net in the 90th minute, and Sterling sealed his brace and City’s win in stoppage time.
City remain top but now go three points clear from second-place Liverpool, while two defeats in a row leave Newcastle 13th with 43 points.
Brentford v Southampton – 3-0
Burnley v Aston Villa – 1-3
Crystal Palace v Watford – 1-0
Norwich v West Ham – 0-4
Leicester v Everton – 1-2