Anthony Gordon's 55th minute goal from Kieran Trippier's cross gave Newcastle United a deserved 1-0 home win over Manchester United.
Everton beat Wolves 3-2 at Goodison Park in Liverpool on Sunday, thanks to a brace from Richarlison.
Brazilian forward Richarlison drew the first blood for the hosts in the 5th minute of the game but the happiness could not last long as within 4 minutes to the goal, Moroccan midfielder Romain Saiss played a leveller. And soon the guests were toe-to-toe with the hosts.
In the 12th minute, Nigerian forward Alex Iwobi guided a cross pass with a brilliant header to put the ball into the net, giving Everton the lead. Meanwhile, Wolves had their moment of respite in the 75th minute when Mexican forward Raul Jimenez headed the ball into the post playing the equalizer.
Within 5 minutes after this, Richarlison scored his second and Everton’s third goal to lock the victory in favour of the hosts.
In another match on Sunday, Arsenal played a 2-2 draw with Tottenham after trailing by 2-0.
Earlier, Christian Eriksen in the 10th minute and Harry Kane in the 40th minute gave Tottenham a two-goal lead. But later in the match, Alexandre Lacazette in the 45+1st minute and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the 71st minute got the goals and helped Arsenal battle back.
In terms of ball possession, pass accuracy and shots, the Gunners inched the Spurs but the game ended with both the sides scoring 2-goal each.