This article is part of our Premier League Highlights series.
Tottenham 4 - Sunderland 1
Sunderland's Patrick van Aanholt opened the scoring but Spurs responded with four unanswered goals, including a brace from Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane's 12th of the season, to give Spurs their first win since Week 19.
Southampton 3 - West Brom 0
Two goals from James Ward-Prowse, one from a free kick and the other from the penalty spot, plus another from Dusan Tadic off the bench gave Southampton their second consecutive clean-sheet victory.
Manchester City 4 - Crystal Palace 0
Goals from Fabian Delph, Sergio Aguero (two) and David Silva were more than enough against Crystal Palace, who have now been shut out in five consecutive league matches.
Chelsea 3 - Everton 3
After a scoreless first half, the two teams combined for six second-half goals, with John Terry bagging with equalizer in the 98th minute despite the referee calling for only seven minutes of stoppage time. Diego Costa added his fifth in five games, while Ramiro Funes Mori thought he had the winner in the 90th minute before Terry's heroics.
Bournemouth 3 - Norwich City 0
Dan Gosling opened the scoring, Charlie Daniels added one from the penalty spot and Benif Afobe bagged his first for the Cherries, who won for the first time in league play since Dec. 19.
Aston Villa 1 - Leicester City 1
Leicester's scoring struggles continued, as Riyad Mahrez missed another penalty and the Foxes have failed to score multiples goals in Premier League play since Dec. 19 against Everton.
Manchester United 1 - Liverpool 0
Wayne Rooney bagged the only goal of the match, his fifth goal in the last four matches in all competitions, as Manchester United are now undefeated in four straight.
Arsenal 0 - Stoke City 0
Not much to see here, as Arsenal grab a tough point at Stoke to reclaim the top spot in the table.
Swansea City 1 - Watford 0
Ashley Williams' header was enough to get Swansea all three points, as Watford lost their fourth consecutive league outing.