Swansea City 0-4 Manchester City
Manchester City set a new Premier League record of 15 straight wins aftert thumping Swansea City 4-0.
David Silva opened the scoring before Kevin De Bruyne doubled City's advantage with a fine free-kick in the 34th minute.
Silva bagged his second in the 52nd minute while Sergio Aguero rounded off the scoring on 85 minutes.
Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
After a dominant early display, Spurs finally found the breakthrough when right back Serge Aurier put the hosts in front in the 40th minute.
With Brighton having no response, Heung-min Son made it 2-0 to Spurs with five minutes remaining on the clock.
That proved to be enough as Mauricio Pochettino's men earned a vital victory at Wembley.
Manchester United 1 - 0 Bournemouth
The hosts looked to bounce back to winning ways after losing out to their neighbours Man City 2-1 on Sunday.
They did just that, through a Romelu Lukaku header in the first half, which ended up being the difference between the two sides.
Liverpool 0-0 West Bromwich Albion
Jurgen Klopps' Liverpool lost even more ground on leaders City as they failed to break down the West Brow defence, despite having the better opportunities. The game ended 0-0.
West Ham United 0-0 Arsenal
The Hammers failed to follow up their weekend win over Chelsea with another big scalp as they played out a goalless draw at home to Arsenal.
Newcastle United 0-1 Everton
A resurgent Everton made even more strides to recovery with a narrow 1-0 victory away at Newcastle. Wayne Rooney's first-half strike was enough to see the Merseyside club clinch a vital victory on the road, as they look to get their campaign on track.
Newcastle suffered an even greater blow with Jonjo Shelvey receiving his marching orders deep into stoppage time as Newcastle finished the game with 10 men.
Southampton 1-4 Leicester City
Algerian international Riyaad Mahrez opened the scoring for the visitors in the 11th minute followed by a Shinji Okazaki goal in the 32nd minute.
Andy King added Leicester's third in the 38th minute as the visitors were in cruise control of the game.
Maya Yoshida pulled on back for the hosts to make it 3-1 but Okazaki had the final say as he completed his brace in the 69th minute to make propel Leicester to an impressive 4-1 victory.