Watford 0-4 Bournemouth
Bournemouth moved up into fifth place in the Premier League by handing out a surprise 4-0 thrashing to ten-man Watford at Vicarage Road.
David Brooks scored for the second game running after just 14 minutes before the pivotal piece of action came just after the half-hour mark when Christian Kabasele was given a second yellow card after conceding a penalty by bringing down Joshua King.
King fired in the penalty, and added a second just before the break to send the Cherries in at half time 3-0 up. Callum Wilson added a fourth just two minutes after the restart but that was the end of the scoring as Bournemouth enjoyed their biggest ever away win in the Premier League.
Leicester City 1-2 Everton
Gylfi Sigurdsson's 50th premier League goal was one to remember as he fired in a brilliant winner for Everton against ten-man Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
Richarlison put the Toffess ahead of with his fourth goal of the season after just seven minutes, before birthday boy Ricardo Pereira celebrated by scoring his first Leicester goal to level it up five minutes before the break.
Wes Morgan was sent off for the second time in three games just after the hour mark before Sigurdsson lashed in a fine winner on 77 minutes to put Everton level on points with Leicester in tenth.
Tottenham 1-0 Cardiff City
Eric Dier scored a rare goal for Tottenham after just eight minutes in what looked like being a comfortable home win against Cardiff at Wembley, but it turned out to be hard going for the hosts.
Neil Warnock’s side would not just roll over, even when going down to ten men with Joe Ralls send off for a foul on Lucas Moura – with the Welsh side even hitting the Spurs post at one stage.
Spurs got over the line in the end though to move up into third place in the table with Chelsea playing on Sunday.
Crystal Palace 0-1 Wolves
Wolves bagged a fourth win of the season to continue their impressive march up the table – while Crystal Palace have failed to score in any of their four home games in the Premier League this season.
For all of the praise Nuno Espirito Santos’ side have been getting for their attacking play, their defence got them the three points at Selhurst park as they grabbed a clean sheet after an unlikely goal from Matt Doherty.
Roy Hodgson’s Eagles has 67 percent possession and had five shots on target but their lack of goals cost them again as they fell to a fifth defeat of the season.
Burnley 1-1 Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield picked up just their third point of the season as they came from behind to grab a draw with Burnley at Turf Moor - although again David Wagner's side had chances to win the game.
The Terriers have had trouble scoring goals all season so when Sam Vokes gave the Clarets a 20th-minute lead you feared the worst for the visitors.
Christopher Schindler scored Huddersfield's fourth goal of the season on 66 minutes and although both sides had chances to win it both had to settle for a point in the end - which keeps Huddersfield in the bottom three.