A 1-1 draw at St. Mary’s last Manchester City won their 13th consecutive Premier League game.
With just seven minutes left, Kyle Walker-Peters blocked Ralph Hasenhuttl’s first goal.
By the time Aymeric Laporte put on a rebound in the 65th minute, the game was over.
The owners of the trophy now have 12 points from second-placed Liverpool, despite having played two more games before the 17-day break in the Premier League.
Marcus Rashford’s second-half goal gave Manchester United a win over West Ham, which gave them a 1-0 victory.
Rashford scored with the final kick of the game to give Ralf Rangnick’s team a last-minute victory. Edinson Cavani’s amazing football looked set to make Rangnick’s team even more miserable.
Cristiano Ronaldo tried to get a penalty in the first half, but David Moyes’ Hammers gained more confidence.
Following Fred’s fine goal in the 49th minute, Michail Antonio missed the Hammers’ chance in the final.
Rangnick’s first victory since taking over thanks to a goal that sparked a celebration and gave the team their first win since taking over.
This is Duncan Ferguson’s second time as Everton’s interim manager. Aston Villa beat them 1-0 at Goodison Park, which gave him a bad start.
After Matty Cash and Lucas Digne were released from a bottle-throwing incident, visitors could get more attention.
Finally, Steven Gerrard’s first visit to Goodison Park as head coach was a very special one.
It did not matter that Yerry Mina tried to kick the ball twice, as Everton only got one shot on the post.
Shelvey’s free kick in the second half won Newcastle 1-0
It was Shelvey’s 20-goal goal in the 75th minute that gave Leeds a win over Marcelo Bielsa!
The only thing that stopped Leeds from leading early was Fabian Schar hitting Daniel James after a cut on Raphinha’s back, blocked by James.
Probably: Illan Meslier did his best to prevent Joe Willock from scoring in the last minute.
The drone caused a 20-minute delay in the Wolves v Brentford match at Community Stadium, which was played on. When Ruben Neves scored late, the Wolves won.
Premier League referee Peter Bankes and fourth captain Martin Atkinson took the players off the field after 31 minutes.
After a big one-two with Nelson Semedo, Joao Moutinho scored the first goal of the second half for the visitors.
Bryan Mbeumo’s goal led to Ivan Toney leading the home side in the 71st minute. Neves scored seven minutes later to make it 2-1 on the away side.