Premier League witnessed one of its most thrilling games as seven goals were scored in the first 34 minutes. Manchester United had to come back twice against Reading to win 4-3 at the Madejski Stadium. United are three points clear on top of the league table with 36 points.
Manchester City failed to close the gap on league leaders Manchester United after being 1-1 at home by Everton. Marouane Fellaini opened the scoring for the visitors but was soon cancelled out as Carlos Tevez converted a penalty. The Toffees worked hard to earn a point as City began to attack.
Arsenal slipped down further down in the league standings after a shocking 2-0 defeat at home against Swansea City. Two late goals from Spaniard Michu helped Swans clinch all three points at the Emirates. Arsenal are currently 10th in the table with only one win in six games.
Tottenham moved into top four position after an impressive 3-0 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage. Jermain Defoe scored a brace in the second half after midfielder Sandro's opener.
West Brom lost their fourth spot after losing 1-0 against Stoke City at the Hawthorns. The Baggies suffered only their second home defeat this season while Tony Pulis' side won their first away game.
Liverpool claimed back-to-back to home wins for the first time sinced the start of last season. Daniel Agger scored the winner against Southampton just before the first half. The Reds dominated the game throughout but failed to convert their chances.
Queens Park Rangers' new boss Harry Redknapp saw his side comeback to draw 1-1 at Loftus Road against Aston Villa. Rangers are still without a win in 15 games