Arsenal continue to sit atop of the Premier League following a dramatic Bonfire matchweek.
Gabriel Jesus’ 63rd minute close-range winner from Bukayo Saka ensured Arsenal defeated Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, which in turn ensured Mikel Arteta’s Gunners stay top for a 12th consecutive matchweek.
Manchester City remain one point behind in second place after Erling Haaland’s injury-time penalty snatched a 2-1 home win against Fulham, having initially seen Julian Alvarez’s opening goal cancelled out by Andreas Pereira’s penalty amidst Joao Cancelo’s red card for a foul on Harry Wilson.
Goals from Miguel Almiron, Chris Wood, Joe Willock and Bruno Guimaraes saw Newcastle beat Southampton 4-1 to climb to third.
Tottenham consequently slipped to fourth after Mohamed Salah’s brace handed Liverpool a 2-1 win in North London, despite Harry Kane netting a 70th minute consolatory goal.
Down in the relegation zone, Nottingham Forest remain rock-bottom on goal difference following a 2-2 draw against Brentford, thanks to Mathias Jorgensen’s injury-time own-goal after the Bees had fought back through Bryan Mbeumo and Yoane Wissa after Morgan Gibbs-White’ opener.
Wolves remain second-bottom after suffering a 3-2 home defeat to Brighton having played the second-half with 10 men after Nelson Semedo was sent off, as Pascal Groβ struck a late winner following first-half goals from Adam Lallana, Goncalo Guedes, Ruben Neves and Kaoru Mitoma.
Bournemouth slipped to just one point above the bottom three in 17th position after suffering a 4-3 defeat at Leeds, in which Marcus Tavernier provided a goal and assists for Philip Billing and Dominic Solanke to lead 3-1 before Sam Greenwood inspired the Whites’ dramatic comeback.
Elsewhere, Aston Villa made a winning start to life under Unai Emery in a 3-1 victory at home to Manchester United, in which Jacob Ramsey assisted Leon Bailey’s opener then wrapped up the win himself after Lucas Digne’s free-kick, whilst Luke Shaw briefly reduced Utd’s deficit in the 45th minute.
Wilfried Zaha cancelled out Said Benrahma’s opener then provided the assst for Michael Olise’s 90th minute winner, as Crystal Palace came from behind to beat West Ham at London Stadium.
Finally, Youri Tielemans and Harvey Barnes struck late in both halves respectively as Leicester produced a smash-and-grab victory at Everton.