Guardiola's Manchester City slip up at home to Bielsa's Leeds (1-2)
Leeds United pulled off one of the surprise results of the Premier League season after beating Manchester City 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Stuart Dallas gave Marcelo Bielsa's side the lead just shy of half time, but they were reduced to 10 men almost immediately into the second half as Liam Cooperwas shown a straight red card. Ferran Torres equalised in the 76th minute, yet Dallas popped up in second-half stoppage time to score a late winner for Leeds.
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City will look to immediately respond when they face Borussia Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie on Wednesday.
City remain 14 points clear at the top of the Premier League table, but they have now played two games more than second-placed Manchester United.
Cavani earns Manchester United redemption over Spurs (1-3)
Having been beaten 6-1 in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, Manchester United exacted revenge over Tottenham with a 3-1 win in North London on Sunday.
What tension was built up in the coaches' press conferences in the days beforehand was stoked in the incident that saw United supposedly take the lead in the first half.
Scott McTominay fended off Heung-min Son before Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani combined to beat Hugo Lloris. After a lengthy VAR review, the goal was disallowed for a foul from McTominay on Son.
The visitors were sill rueing that decision when Spurs went ahead, Lucas Moura crossing for Son to head past Dean Henderson at his near post.
Fired up from perceived misjustices, United dominated much of the second half, finding an equaliser when Fred knocked in a rebound from Cavani's original shot.
The former Paris Saint-Germain striker final got his name on the scoresheet later on, nodding in Mason Greenwood's cross with around 10 minutes to go.
Gareth Bale was introduced for Spurs, who hit the post when Cavani attempted to intercept a flick-on from a corner in the final minutes.
Greenwood's late strike settled the match in United's favour, closing the gap between them and Manchester City to 11 points, with the Red Devils having a game in hand. Mourinho's side stay seventh, six points off the top four.
West Ham United 3-2 Leicester City
Havertz stars as Chelsea brush aside Crystal Palace (1-4)
Chelsea retook their place in the top four of the Premier League after a 4-1 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The visitors raced out of the blocks in South London, scoring twice in the opening 10 minutes. Kai Havertz netted the first and set up Christian Pulisic to fire in the second.
Mason Mount's cross was met by Kurt Zouma's head for the third goal after 30 minutes, setting Chelsea well on their way to three points.
Christian Benteke's header planted seeds of doubt of that, only for Pulisic to tap in Reece James' cross to confirm the result.
After wins for West Ham and Liverpool since Chelsea were beaten by West Brom, Tuchel's side move back into the Champions League places in the Premier League with the win.
Alexander-Arnold ends Liverpool's winless home run (2-1)
It's never too late to pick up your first home win of the year, especially when Real Madrid are due to visit in the coming days.
Liverpool did just that on Saturday, coming from behind to beat Aston Villa 2-1 in what was their first victory at Anfield in any competition in 2021.
The hosts dominated the first half yet found themselves a goal down at the break, with Ollie Watkins squeezing a shot through Alisson to give Aston Villa the lead.
Having had a goal ruled out for offside at the end of the first period, Liverpool forced an equaliser when Mohamed Salah knocked in a rebound after Emiliano Martinez had saved from Andy Robertson.
As Jurgen Klopp's side pushed for a winner, it looked like their chance had gone when Martinez stopped Thiago's effort in added time, only for Trent Alexander-Arnold to curl a shot inside the far post moments afterwards.
Liverpool's only previous home win of 2021 had come in the Champions League when they beat RB Leipzig 2-0 in a neutral venue in Budapest. The same scoreline against Real Madrid on Wednesday would see them into the last four of the competition.
In the Premier League table, the victory takes Liverpool up to fourth place ahead of Chelsea's match against Crystal Palace.
Ceballos skill sets Arsenal up for victory in Sheffield (0-3)
Dani Ceballos shone in Martin Odegaard's absence as Arsenal ran out 3-0 winners over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Sunday.
With the Norwegian out injured, the Spaniard set up Alexandre Lacazette's opener with a magnificent backheeled pass.
Thomas Partey provided Lacazette's second goal in the closing stages after Gabriel Martinelli had doubled Arsenal's lead before that.
Mikel Arteta's side move to within 10 points of fourth-place West Ham as they continue their unlikely quest for Champions League qualification through the Premier League.
Source: Marca / Billy Munday
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