​The Blues got one of the biggest surprises of their life when Sam Allardyce and his men came in what seemed like a revenge on the Stamford Bridge. 

Cesc Fabregas put the league leaders very early before ten minutes but two quick and successive goals from Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke were all the visitors needed to demolish the bridge.

Arsenal and Manchester City edged out in what was a terrific and dramatic draw in the Emirate Stadium. Leroy Sane put City in front very early but Theo Walcott did well to cancel the celebration when he got the better of Citys defenders and slotted a fine finish. Sergio Aguero put them back in the lead just on the stroke of half time but Mustafi would not take it easy as he nodded a fine corner home to leave Willy Caballero helpless in goal. Tottenham extended their charge to the throne by winning 2-0 away from home by thrashing Burnley. Culled from Sport News

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