Derby madness gripped the Premier League overnight with three massive crosstown fixtures.
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Liverpool left it until the 96th minute to beat rivals Everton 1-0 as Divock Origi capitalised on a Jordan Pickford moment of madness to steal a victory.
Arsenal had a famous 4-2 victory over Spurs, as they came from a goal down to leapfrog their North London neighbours into fourth on the ladder.
Chelsea eased to a comfortable 2-0 win over Fulham.
HERE’S A FULL WRAP OF THE OVERNIGHT ACTION…
ARSENAL 4-2 SPURS
Arsenal won an explosive north London derby as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s brace and Alexandre Lacazette’s crucial strike inspired a pulsating 4-2 win over bitter rivals Tottenham on Sunday.
Unai Emery’s side extended their unbeaten run to 19 matches in all competitions after fighting back from 2-1 down in arguably the Premier League’s game of the season so far.
Aubameyang’s penalty had put Arsenal ahead before Eric Dier’s header and a Harry Kane spot-kick gave Tottenham the lead at half-time at the Emirates Stadium.
Dier’s gloating celebration in front of Arsenal’s fans had triggered a touchline brawl involving Arsenal substitutes.
But the fireworks were far from over as Aubameyang’s superb long-range equaliser sparked a second half surge from the Gunners.
Lacazette came off the bench to put Arsenal ahead and Lucas Torreira sealed the points with his first goal for the club.
LIVERPOOL 1-0 EVERTON
Divock Origi scored a bizarre winner in the sixth minute of stoppage time as Liverpool beat Everton 1-0 in dramatic fashion on Sunday to maintain its 19-year unbeaten record over its Merseyside rival at Anfield.
Virgil van Dijk mishit a speculative volley high into the air from outside the area, with the ball landing on the crossbar off the fingertips of Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
It bounced a second time onto the bar and dropped down to the waiting Origi, who headed home from a meter out. The victory kept second-placed Liverpool within two points of Manchester City after 14 games. Everton hasn’t won at Anfield in the league since 1999. Origi, who came on as a substitute for Mohamed Salah, hadn’t scored for Liverpool since May 2017, having spent last season on loan at Wolfsburg.
CHELSEA 2-0 FULHAM
Chelsea bounced back from their first Premier League defeat of the season to see off local rivals Fulham 2-0 on Sunday, with goals from Pedro and Ruben Loftus-Cheek putting the gloss on a mixed performance.
The home side dominated possession at Stamford Bridge and scored early through Spanish forward Pedro but struggled to find their rhythm and looked shaky until substitute Loftus-Cheek settled their nerves with a late second.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri enjoyed a dream start to his tenure in England but a chastening 3-1 defeat to Tottenham last week stung him badly, prompting a series of post-mortems with individual players.
Sunday’s hard-fought win lifted Chelsea into third place above Spurs, in action against Arsenal later in the day.