Liverpool came from a goal down to beat Tottenham 2-1 at Anfield. Palace and Arsenal encounter ended in a stalemate and Manchester United setting a Premier League record.

Liverpool hosted Tottenham at Anfield on Sunday afternoon in an intriguing encounter, as they came from a goal down to secure a famous 2-1 victory over the visitors [Tottenham] to move six points clear of Manchester City.

Henderson in celebration after leveling for Liverpool

Tottenham striker Harry Kane opened the scoreline just a minute into action, as the visitors [Tottenham] held onto the lead, as they went for the break.

Teammates celebrating with Kane after opening the scoreline

Following the break Liverpool found the equalizer through skipper Jordan Henderson before Mo Salah converted a penalty after Sergi Aurier had fouled Mane, to clinch all maximum points for the host.

Mo Salah scoring from the spot kick

Crystal Palace came from behind to clinch a point at the Emirates Stadium

Crystal Palace came from two goals down to secure a 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners raced into a two-goal lead within nine minutes of action, with center back pair – David Luiz and Sokratis Papastathopoulos scoring for the Gunners.

Arsenal defender Sokratis

However, Crystal Palace reduced the deficits before the break with Luka Milvojevic scoring from the spot, as they went for the break trailing 2-1 at the Emirates. Palace began to grow increasingly in the game following the break, and eventually found the leveler through striker Jordan Ayew in the 52nd minutes.

Jordan Ayew and teammate in celebration

The Gunners thought they have found the winner, after Sokratis powered a shot into the net following an Arsenal corner, but VAR review ruled out the goal as the scoreline remained 2-2 after the final whistle.

Manchester United becomes the first-ever team to score 2000 Premier League goals

Manchester United set a Premier League record following their 3-1 win over Norwich City at the Carrow Road. The Red Devils needed just a goal coming into the game to achieve this feet.

Manchester United

Following a difficult start to the season, Solskjear’s men finally won an away match in the Premier League with Scott MacTominay, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial scoring the goals, as Ole Gunnar Solskjear wins his first away Premier League game since becoming a permanent manager for the Red Devils.

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