Another exciting weekend in the Premier League has come to an end, as Liverpool and Manchester City continue to dominate at the top of the table but both left it late on Saturday afternoon.
Frank Lampard continues to work his magic at Chelsea whilst Unai Emery's struggles continue and Everton's 1-1 draw with Spurs was overshadowed by Andre Gomes suffering a nasty injury.
There was also more success for newly promoted Sheffield United whilst Leicester kept up there impressive form.
The weekend began with Bournemouth ending Manchester United's little resurgence as Eddie's Howe's men climbed to seventh with a 1-0 victory at the Vitality stadium, thanks to Josh King's winner.
It was a dramatic afternoon for the sides at the top, with twists and turns for both Liverpool and Manchester City before they both claimed three points with 2-1 victories.
It looked extremely unlikely for Liverpool, who trailed until Andy Robertson's equaliser in the 87th minute before Sadio Mane sealed a dramatic win for the Reds in the 94th minute.
In Manchester, Southampton responded to there 9-0 dubbing from Leicester by taking the lead over Manchester City and it wasn't until Sergio Aguero's strike in the 70th minute was Saints' resistance broken.
Kyle Walker sealed the three points five minutes from time, breaking Southampton hearts and kept City in tabs with Liverpool, with the two clashing at Anfield on Sunday.
There was also more misery for Unai Emery as he watched his Arsenal side only draw 1-1 at home to Wolves, that leaves the Gunners already six points adrift from the top four and only a point ahead of sixth place Sheffield United, who were 3-0 home winners against Burnley.
Struggles continued for the sides at the bottom of the league, Brighton condemned Norwich to fourth defeat from five, losing 2-0 at the Amex whilst Watford went down 2-1 to Frank Lampard's Chelsea.
It was a fifth straight League win for the Blues, with goals from Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic sealing the points.
There was also a welcomed win for Steve Bruce and Newcastle, who shot into a 3-0 lead against West Ham before a nervy end after the Hammers scored twice but Magpies held on for a third win of the season,
It was a fourth win in 5 for Brendan Rodgers' men as Leicester saw off Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park.
Caglar Soyuncu's first goal for the club put the Foxes a goal to the good before Jamie Vardy sealed the victory, meaning they're still only two points off second place Manchester City.
Spurs and Everton shared the points in Sunday's late game but the game was overshadowed with an horrific injury to Everton's Andre Gomes.
Dele Alli gave Spurs the lead midway through the second half before Spurs were reduced to 10 men following Son's challenge on Gomes.
With 12 minutes of added time, Everton made use of there man advantage, with substitute Cenk Tossun levelling things on the 98th minute.