Manchester City registered an 11th straight Premier League victory after coming from behind to defeat Arsenal on Saturday afternoon.
The clash got off to a lively start, with Gabriel Jesus going close with a header from Kevin de Bruyne's cross while Ederson was lucky not give away a penalty a before the 10-minute mark.
The Gunners, who were without Mikel Arteta, managed to get past the City defence onn 16 minutes when Thomas Partey played sent Gabriel Martinelli through on goal, however Ederson was on hand to deny the striker.
It was the home side who broke the deadlock in the 31st minute through Bukayo Saka, who latched onto a cross by Kieran Tierney before sending a fine low strike past Ederson.
Other than Jesus' early header, the Manchester outfit struggled to carve out a serious opening in the remaining stages of the stanza and failed to register a single shot on target.
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Eight minutes into the second half, Man City were awarded a penalty for Granit Xhaka's foul on Bernardo Silva after a VAR review and Riyad Mahrez made no mistake from 12-yards out.
Arsenal then suffered another blow after defender Gabriel was given his marching orders shortly after the equaliser for a second bookable offence, which forced the team to withdraw Martin Odegaard for Rob Holding.
After waves of attack, the Citizens got their reward in second-half stoppage time through Rodri's close-range finish after the hosts failed to clear their lines.
Watford 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur left it late at Vicarage Road to secure a 1-0 win over Watford on Saturday evening.
Davinson Sanchez got the game's only goal for the North London outfit in the third minute of second-half stoppage time.
The win propelled Antonio Conte's men up to sixth spot while Watford remain in 17th position.
Crystal Palace 2-3 West Ham United
West Ham United made it back-to-back wins in the Premier League edging Crystal Palace 3-2 at Selhurst Park on Saturday night.
The Hammers raced into a three-goal lead thanks to a strike from Michail Antonio and a brace from Manuel Lanzini.
A late come back was on the cards for Palace after Odsonne Édouard and Michael Olise made it 3-2 in the final 10 minutes, but the Hammers managed to hold for maximum points.