Saturday provided a delightful round of matches with Chelsea welcoming the revitalized Manchester City to Stamford Bridge and Aston Villa going to Old Trafford to try and salvage their season from total capitulation and relegation from the English Premier league.
Things however, kicked off at Carrow Road where Sunderland cruised to a 3-0 victory away at Norwich serving as a massive boost in their fight for Premier League survival.
Elsewhere Westbrom succumbed to a surprise 0 – 1 defeat at home to Watford. They will feel even more aggrieved as Saido Behraino missed two penalties.
Aston Villa became the first side to lose their Premier League place after losing to Manchester United at the Theatre of Dreams, no thanks to a solitary strike from Marcus Rashford.
Rafa Benitez recorded his first victory for Newcastle with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Swansea, aiding their quest for survival.
Everton played a one-all draw with Southampton. Argentine defender, Funes Mori put the Evertonians ahead in the 68th minute before Saido Mane equalised eight minutes later.
In the last match of the day, Manchester city continued their impressive run of games with an emphatic victory over Chelsea, at the Stamford Bridge.
Sergio Aguero grabbed a hat-trick to cap a virtuoso performance which also compounded Chelsea’s misery and allowed City maintain a solid grip of fourth place.
It ended 3-0 in favour of the Citizens.