Liverpool and Chelsea continued their 100% Premier League appearances on Saturday, while Manchester City beat Fulham to third.
Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool failed Tottenham in Wembley, before Eden Hazard scored a hat-trick when Chelsea came from behind to beat Cardiff and knock the Reds from the top of the table on the goal difference.
Elsewhere saw two goals in the second half arsenal edges out Newcastle while Bournemouth easy to saw off 10-man Leicester and Wilfried Zaha gave crystal Palace Victory in the fight Huddersfield.
Zaha's winner was a contender for the goal of the season, which you can see on Saturday at 22:20 BST on BBC One and the BBC Sport website (in the UK).
The shot from Granit Xhaka on Arsenal was also a great goal. The Swiss international shot a magnificent free kick from long range. Mesut Ozil added a second before Ciaran Clark's last breath.
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In the early game of the day, goals from Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino put Liverpool in control of Erik Lamela's late reply for Spurs.
Manchester City made the fastest start in the 3-minute kick-offs, with Leroy Sane scoring within the first two minutes. David Silva and Raheem Sterling added more goals as the champions rode to victory.
Cardiff scored a surprising lead over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge before Hazard moved into the center, although Willian's strike, which completed the blues win, was probably his team's best.
Ryan Fraser scored twice in the first half and brought Bournemouth to victory over Leicester. Joshua King added a third penalty before the break.
The Foxes got even worse when Wes Morgan got his second chance after 68 minutes, but Adam Maddison and Marc Albrighton scored two goals in the last three minutes following Adam Smith's 4-0 win.
In the championship, Leeds Jack Harrison's late equalizer at Millwall leaves him in the lead.
And in the Scottish Premiership Livingston moved to third place with a win over Hamilton. They are on 10 points with second-placed Celtic and five points behind league leaders Hearts.