It felt like a day that could prove of great importance in the race for this season’s Premier League title.
While Liverpool and Manchester United cancelled themselves out, Manchester City and Tottenham notched important victories.
Watch how it all went down!
Imperious Man City brush Crystal Palace aside
After the top-of-table clash at Anfield turned out to be a damp squib, Manchester City put on a show of force at the Etihad.
You know it’s your day when your resurgent centre-back scores his first goal for the club (after just four and a half years!), and then promptly adds a second.
Palace have enjoyed their visits to the Eastlands in recent seasons.
They’ll happily forget this trip in a hurry.
Tottenham show their steel in Sheffield
They may be rooted to the bottom of the table, but this was probably the worst time to face Sheffield United from a Tottenham viewpoint.
Buoyed by wins over Bristol Rovers (FA Cup) and Newcastle, Chris Wilder’s side had built up their first bit of momentum in what has been a miserable season to date.
𝗧𝗛𝗔𝗧 goal. Captured beautifully. #THFC ⚪️ #COYS
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And the Blades put up a good fight at Bramall Lane, but came up against a Spurs side in clinical form.
It’s a real shame there were no fans present to appreciate Tanguy Ndombele’s magnificent third for the visitors.
Liverpool & Man Utd fail to live up to hype
It was a game of two halves at Anfield, and neither of them were particularly entertaining.
Liverpool dominated possession and territory in the first half, but failed to lay a serious glove on their bitter rivals.
Always hungry for more 💪🏾
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Manchester United grew into the second half, forcing a couple of decent saves from goalkeeper Alisson.
The stalemate left the hosts frustrated, gave the visitors the the point they came for, and put a smile on the faces of the other title hopefuls.
🎥 Match highlights from Sunday's #LIVMUN encounter...
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Next on the schedule is Newcastle’s visit to Arsenal on Monday.
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