HIGHLIGHTS: BOURNEMOUTH 1-2 ARSENAL
HIGHLIGHTS: TOTTENHAM 3-1 CHELSEA
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TOTTENHAM 3-1 CHELSEA
And then there were two. Just Manchester City and Liverpool remain as the unbeaten sides in the Premier League as Chelsea are well beaten by Tottenham at Wembley.
Even though Chelsea will feel the game could have panned out differently had they been rightly awarded a penalty at 1-0 down, it could not excuse a shambolic performance without the ball, and Spurs richly deserve to jump above them into third.
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EVERTON 'NOT CONVINCING' DESPITE WIN
Charlie Nicholas says that despite a fourth consecutive home win, Everton were not convincing against Cardiff.
88: OVER! Well that really would have put the cat amongst the pigeons. Chelsea get more joy down the left, with the ball hooked back and seemingly missing its target as it drops behind Giroud and Kante. But Pedro catches it sweetly on the half-volley, sending his effort whistling a foot or so over the bar.
GOAL! TOTTENHAM 3-1 CHELSEA (Giroud, 85)
A glimmer of hope for Chelsea? Surely too late, but never say never when these two are involved. Giroud rises to nod in Azpilicueta's cross from the left for his first Premier League goal of the season.
TOTTENHAM 3-0 CHELSEA
'HENDO RED CARD HARSH'
Matt Le Tissier says Jordan Henderson's second yellow card for Liverpool against Watford was harsh and not every foul is worth a booking.
EMERY MEETS NICHOLAS
A reminder that Arsenal's trip to face Bournemouth is part of our live Super Sunday double billing.
Soccer Saturday's Charlie Nicholas caught up with Unai Emery, and talked about how the Spaniard has settled into life in London, how he deals with players and his ambitions for the club.
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70: OVER! Spurs are queuing up to put Chelsea on the rack, but they are passing up chance after chance after chance.
Kane turns provider as he holds up the ball in the box before turning and finding Alli, who is unmarked, before curling a shot beyond Kepa's bar, but close enough that it ruffles the netting behind the goal on its way down.
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67: OVER! Kane fires over when he could have absolutely put this one to bed. Davies' perfect 30-yard driven low pass forward finds Son just onside, and instead of feeding Kane or Alli either side he waits for the run of Aurier down the outside and finds the Ivorian.
He gets into the area and picks out Kane with a pinpoint ball into the middle, but the England captain skies his effort over from six yards.
MERSE: UTD NOT GOOD ENOUGH
Paul Merson says Manchester United were not good enough during their goalless draw with Crystal Palace and are way behind rivals Manchester City.
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WEST HAM 0-4 MAN CITY STATS
GOAL! TOTTENHAM 3-0 CHELSEA (Son, 54)
BEAUTIFUL. Stunning. Heung-min Son may have just put the game beyond doubt with what is surely the best of his 50 goals for Spurs. The hosts counter from the edge of their own area when Alli bends a ball around the outside, which Son races onto on the half-way line.
He beats Jorginho in a footrace down the wing but then a simple turn takes him inside Luiz who barely hints at a tackle, and from the right he bends the ball beyond Kepa into the far corner for a majestic solo goal.
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HODGSON PROUD OF PALACE DISPLAY
Roy Hodgson was proud of his Crystal Palace side's performance after they secured a goalless draw at Manchester United.
WATFORD 0-3 LIVERPOOL STATS
TOTTENHAM 2-0 CHELSEA
46: KICK-OFF! Here we go. Chelsea get us started for the second half.
Maurizio Sarri is already scribbling furiously on a piece of paper in the dugout. A huge 45 minutes for his unbeaten start as Chelsea boss.
SILVA PLEASED WITH MATURITY
Everton manager Marco Silva says his side's maturity after having to bide their time before finding the winner against Cardiff.
HUGHES: WE'RE ALL FRUSTRATED
Southampton's Mark Hughes says everyone is frustrated with the club's troubling run of form, which continued after they were beaten 3-2 at Fulham.
PELLEGRINI: WE PLAYED WITH PERSONALITY
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini says his side tried to express themselves but were ultimately well beaten after his bold formation didn't pay off.
EVERTON 1-0 CARDIFF STATS
Chelsea's unbeaten record is hanging by a thread after a difficult first half at Wembley. 2-0 down with the potential for more, they need to change things and fast if they are to get anything out of this game.
So far so good for Spurs, but 2-0 is always a dangerous scoreline and another goal to settle the nerves would be very welcome.
45+1: WHAT A SAVE! Beautiful football from Spurs. They work it from the left to Eriksen, who lifts it over the defence from wide with his wand of a left foot, and onto Son's outstretched boot.
His first-time volley is well-struck into the bottom corner, but Kepa gets down well to put it behind for a corner. That was like watching a game of FIFA.
'WE PLAYED WELL FOR 65 MINUTES'
Javi Gracia says playing against Liverpool demands concentration for 90-plus minutes after seeing his Watford side unpicked in the second half at Vicarage Road.
MAN UTD 0-0 CRYSTAL PALACE STATS
40: CHANCE! The ball in behind Azpilicueta catches Chelsea out again, as Kane times his run to perfection down the left. Rudiger and Luiz are at sixes and sevens as he turns into the area, and looks for Alli with a low pass across the six-yard box.
He would have done better to pull it back to an unmarked Eriksen, and as it is Alonso boots it away instead.
PEP: CITY WERE LUCKY
Pep Guardiola says his Manchester City side were fortunate at key moments during their 4-0 win over West Ham at the London Stadium.
'WIN KEEPS MOMENTUM AT EVERTON'
Charlie Nicholas says Everton did enough to win ugly against a resolute Cardiff City side, with Gylfi Sigurdsson's strike enough to secure a 1-0 win.
Nicholas was covering the game for Soccer Saturday, and he said: "The first-half was dull, Everton very rarely got in behind. It was so easy and predictable for the Cardiff centre-backs.
"It was a fair reflection at half-time that Cardiff were level, but Neil Warnock will be unhappy at how his side started the second-half.
"Sigurdsson had a chance hooked off the line, and Everton in the end deserved to win the match. It could've been more but it probably didn't deserve to be more.
"I think where they are is a good reflection of how I see the progress under Silva. I'm not overly convinced still with the defence, and you can get at the midfield, but they made a statement at Chelsea and momentum keeps pushing along.
"They were not convincing but Silva has recovered the situation quite well at Everton."
PUEL: IT FEELS LIKE A WIN
Leicester City manager Claude Puel says his side's battling performance at Brighton with 10 men to earn a draw felt like a victory.
FULHAM 3-2 SOUTHAMPTON STATS
30: SAVE! That could be game, set and match. A Spurs corner is played short and returned to Eriksen, whose whipped ball into the near post is flicked goalwards by Foyth, who has drifted in front of Alonso, and kept out by Kepa.
It's cleared away with a number of Spurs players lurking and ready to pounce.
WARNOCK FRUSTRATED IN DEFEAT
Neil Warnock says little things went against Cardiff during their 1-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park.
'HENDERSON RED CARD HARSH'
Matthew Le Tissier believes Jordan Henderson's sending off in Liverpool's 3-0 win over Watford was "harsh".
The Reds cruised to victory at Vicarage Road, but Henderson will now be suspended for the Merseyside Derby next weekend against Everton.
Le Tissier said: "Henderson got a soft red card, it was a second yellow. It was probably a foul, but it was a soft yellow card. I thought Jon Moss was harsh to send him off there. I think the referee wanted to have a bit more involvement in the game than he perhaps needed to.
"I thought Liverpool were the better side but I thought Watford negated them in the first half without throwing too much forward, but once the first goal went in, Liverpool took control and the second was just a stunner, it was absolutely outstanding."
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'A GOOD OPPORTUNITY MISSED'
Chris Hughton calls Brighton's draw with Leicester a missed opportunity after Jamie Vardy's late penalty snatched a point for the visitors.
KLOPP: RESULT WAS PERFECT!
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was left with a beaming smile after seeing his side win 3-0 at Watford.
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