Roundup of the latest Premier League action as Tottenham Hotspur moved top of the table.
Mickey van de Ven poked in a 52nd minute winner from James Maddison’s pass as ten-men Tottenham moved top of the table, despite Yves Bissouma’s red card in first half injury-time.
Gabriel Martinelli curled in a 87th minute winner as Arsenal beat third-placed Manchester City to go second, by virtue of two less goals than Spurs.
Liverpool stay fourth after Lewis Dunk’s late volley rescued Brighton a 2-2 draw against Jurgen Klopp’s Reds, after Mohamed Salah’s brace saw Liverpool come from behind to lead after Simon Adringra put the Seagulls in front.
Aston Villa remain fifth following their 1-1 draw at ten-men Wolves as Pau Torres cancelled out Hwang Hee-chan’s goal before Mario Lemina was red carded for the hosts in injury time.
Down in the relegation zone, Sheffield United remain rock bottom after suffering a 3-1 loss at Fulham as Wes Foderingham’s own goal and Willian’s 92nd minute strike gave the Cottagers victory, after Antonee Robinson’s own goal had pulled the Blades level following Bobby Reid’s opening goal.
Bournemouth remain second bottom after a 3-0 defeat at Everton, in which James Garner, Jack Harrison and Abdoulaye Doucoure all netted for the Toffees to secure a first home win of the season.
Cole Palmer produced a goal and assist as Chelsea came from behind to beat third bottom Burnley 4-1 at Turf Moor, after Wilson Odobert had put the Clarets ahead before Ameen Al-Dakhil’s own goal plus strikes from Raheem Sterling and Nicolas Jackson sealed the comeback.
Elsewhere, Scott McTominay’s brace saw Manchester United snatch a 2-1 injury time win over Brentford, after Mathias Jensen had put the Bees ahead in the 26th minute from Casemiro’s mistake.
Mohammed Kudus’ 89th minute equaliser rescued West Ham a 2-2 draw at home to Newcastle, after Alexander Isak’s brace saw the Magpies come from behind to lead following Tomas Soucek’s eighth minute opening goal.
Finally, Crystal Palace held Nottingham Forest to a goalless draw at Selhurst Park.