Tottenham Hotspur remain top of the Premier League on a weekend which saw football mourn the death of Sir Bobby Charlton.
Goals from Son Heung-min and James Maddison saw Tottenham stay top with a 2-0 home win over London rivals, Fulham.
Early goals from Julian Alvarez and Erling Haaland saw Manchester City climb to second with a 2-1 win at home to Brighton, despite finishing with ten men after Manuel Akajni saw red in injury time with a second booking.
Late goals from Declan Rice and Leandro Trossard saw Arsenal fight back to draw 2-2 at Chelsea, after Cole Palmer’s penalty and Mykhailo Mudryk’s stunner had put the Blues 2-0 up at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool round out the top four after Mohamed Salah netted twice in the second half to snatch a 2-0 home win over Merseyside rivals, Everton at Anfield.
Down in the relegation zone, Sheffield United remain rock bottom without a win after Diogo Dalot’s thunderous strike sealed a 2-1 win for Manchester United, after Oli McBurnie had cancelled out Scott McTominay’s opening goal hours after Charlton’s death was announced.
Second half goals from Matheus Cunha and Sasa Kalajdzic saw Gary O’Neill’s Wolves come from behind to win at his former team, Bournemouth after the Cherries led through Dominic Solanke but had Lewis Cook sent off in the 54th minute as they still sat second bottom.
Burnley stayed just inside the relegation zone following a 3-0 loss at Brentford in which Yoane Wissa, Bryan Mbeumo and Saman Ghoddos found the net for the Bees.
Elsewhere, Douglas Luiz’s brace plus goals from Ollie Watkins and Leon Bailey saw Aston Villa end their ten-match winless streak against West Ham with a 4-1 win at Villa Park, which put the Villains fifth and four points off the summit.
Jacob Murphy produced a goal and assists for Anthony Gordon and Callum Wilson as Newcastle hammered Crystal Palace 4-0 at Tyneside, with Sean Longstaff also on the scoresheet.
Finally, Chiedozie Ogbene and Elijah Adebayo struck late to rescue Luton a 2-2 draw at Nottingham Forest, after having fell behind to Chris Wood’s brace for the hosts in an entertaining second half.