A victory snatched from the jaws of defeat? That's an old Mourinho move. PLUS: A nod to Salah's brilliance. It's the Premier League weekend review.
Arsenal's interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg said the club needed to hurry up and appoint a new permanent manager after a 3-0 loss to Man City.
Watching Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Co. cut Arsenal apart, you would be forgiven for wondering why Man City are so far behind Liverpool.
Jose Mourinho had huge praise for Tottenham keeper Paulo Gazzaniga's "magic hands" after his team held on for a 2-1 win against Wolves on Sunday.
Arsenal were poor everywhere on the pitch, but particularly in defence in a comprehensive thrashing at the hands of Manchester City.
Kevin De Bruyne may be the obvious choice but rising star Phil Foden made his case for Man of the Match in City's overwhelming win at Arsenal.
Kevin De Bruyne ran the show as Manchester City bounced back from their derby defeat against Manchester United by beating Arsenal 3-0.
Sunday's game was a microcosm of Man United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: After consecutive wins against top teams, they were frustrated by Everton.
"I was looking for a guy who could handle it better," Ferguson said of Kean's substitution after 18 minutes. "He struggled to get into the game."
Lucas Moura's Goal of the Month candidate helped Tottenham fend of a feisty Wolves side and climb up to fifth place in the Premier League table.
Mason Greenwood proved to be Manchester United's saviour against Everton, but David De Gea may consider himself at fault for the goal.
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