A goal filled Saturday saw an exciting, dramatic and bizarre day in the Premier League. Chelsea's win over Manchester City highlighted the results, as the Blues go three points clear at the top, for the moment. Elsewhere, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur put on an offensive clinic with both sides scoring five goals in their victories. Sunderland pulled off the upset of the day with a win against defending champions Leicester City. Here's a roundup of the day that was.

Manchester City vs. Chelsea

Chelsea picked up a massive result on the road in the opening match of the day. Three goals in the final 30 minutes of the match proved to be too much for Manchester City, as Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard all found the back of the net.

It was a bizarre ending to the match with two Manchester City players--Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho-- being sent off in stoppage time.

Crystal Palace vs. Southampton

A run of six consecutive defeats in the Premier League came to an end for Crystal Palace, as the London club defeated Southampton 3-0. Christian Benteke scored a brace to lead the way for the home side, with James Tomkins also finding the back of the net. The club currently holds a three point cushion on the relegation places.

Stoke City vs. Burnley

Two first half goals were enough for Stoke City to claim all three points at the bet365 Stadium. Jonathan Walters scored the first goal of the match with a fantastic finish, and Marc Muniesa scored his first career goal in the Premier League to double the advantage.

The Potters have now won three of their last five matches.

Sunderland vs. Leicester City

Lowly Sunderland came away with a massive result against Leicester City at the Stadium of Light. All three goals were scored in the final half-hour of the match, as a Robert Huth own goal and Jermaine Defoe strike gave the hosts a 2-0 lead.

Shinji Okazaki scored a fantastic goal to bring the Foxes within one, but goalkeeper Jordan Pickford did a fantastic job late in the match to secure the win for Sunderland.

Tottenham vs. Swansea City

Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen put on a wonderful display for the home fans at White Hart Lane as the pair both netted braces in a 5-0 victory.

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris recorded his fifth clean sheet of the season, and Son Heung-Min scored an absolute wonder goal (see below). Swansea City have only won once in their last five Premier League matches.

West Brom vs. Watford

An emotional match between these two sides ended with West Brom earning all three points, as it finished 3-1. Johnny Evans and Chris Brunt both netted first half goal to give the hosts a 2-0 advantage at halftime. However, a Christian Kabasele goal off of a corner kick saw Watford crawl back to within a goal.

A red card to Roberto Pereyra in the 84th minute saw any real chance of a comeback squandered for Watford. Matt Phillips would secure the win in the 91st minute with his third goal of the season.

Today's result gives West Brom their third win in the past five matches.

Arsenal vs. West Ham United

Alexis Sanchez stole the show on Saturday night with a second half hat-trick, as Arsenal cruised to a 5-1 win against West Ham United. The hosts suffer their eighth loss of the season and have failed to win in their last five Premier League matches. The Gunners move past Manchester City in the standings, and are only three points behind Chelsea.

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