What happened in the Premier League on Saturday?
As winners Manchester City surrendered points leaders Liverpool extended their advantage into 11 points with victory over Brighton at the peak of the Premier League.
Centre-back Virgil van Dijk led in twice in six first-half moments for Jurgen Klopp’s side, however, their day was soured somewhat as goalkeeper Alisson received a straight red card for handling outside the region and Lewis Dunk caught the hosts off-guard together with the consequent free-kick 11 minutes from time.
In Saturday in St James’ Park, the strong attack of Jonjo Shelvey earned a 2-2 draw against the City of Pep Guardiola to Newcastle.
Kevin de Bruyne’s equally dazzling 82nd-minute strike appeared to have salvaged victory after Raheem Sterling’s opener had been cancelled out by Jetro Willems, however, the equaliser of Shelvey sees Manchester City move to second on goals scored over Leicester.
The Foxes can decrease Liverpool’s lead to eight points when they host Everton on Sunday (16:30 GMT).
Jose Mourinho’s winning start to his reign as Tottenham manager continued as Dele Alli scored twice in Spurs’ 3-2 home triumph against Bournemouth.
A Alli struck either side of the period for the hosts, that also had a Davinson Sanchez aim ruled out by the helper for handball.
Moussa Sissoko included until Harry Wilson reacted for the traffic with a double, Tottenham’s third to seal the triumph.
Under pressure West Ham director Manuel Pellegrini watched his side border their London derby from Chelsea.
Left-back Aaron Cresswell scored the sole goal three minutes following half-time, as Pellegrini’s side ended their winless run in the league despite Michail Antonio having a goal ruled from VAR.
Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace left all three factors to Turf Moor as targets.
The well-taken complete in of zaha was introduced to by Schlupp with all Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope again beaten at his near post.
Even the Premier League’s bottom either side, Southampton and Watford, head head-to-head St Mary’s at Saturday’s late kick-off (17:30).
According to Sunday, interim manager Freddie Ljungberg takes control of Arsenal for the very first time in Norwich (14:00) and amateurs face Sheffield United in precisely exactly the same moment. Manchester United then sponsor Aston Villa (16:30).