It was another epic weekend in the English Premier League, with the English Premier League table already seeing plenty of movement thanks to some shocking results.
Our teams here at Signables were in action, while there's still the monster English Premier League game coming on Monday between Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC. Here's a roundup of the English Premier League results.
Manchester City suffers rough loss to Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium
Things just didn't go in Manchester City's favor on Sunday, as the club suffered a tough to swallow 5-2 loss to Leicester City FC. Riyad Mahrez put Manchester City up early thanks to a brilliant goal, but a penalty was rewarded for LCFC soon after.
Jamie Vardy put that ball in the back of the net, his first of three goals on the day. Nathan Ake scored late for Man City, but it was too little, too late. Fans are hoping the Manchester City news turns around here soon.
Chelsea claws its way back for an unreal draw against West Brom
It was almost a day to forget for Frank Lampard and Chelsea FC on Sunday against West Brom. West Brom somehow, someway, took a 3-0 lead in the first half and it really looked like the Blues were done for.
However, Mason Mount and Callum-Hudson Odoi both scored relatively early in the second half to make things interesting once again. Then in stoppage time, Tammy Abraham saved the point for Chelsea, finding the back of the net to make things 3-3.
Tottenham draws with Newcastle United with controversial decision
It looked like Tottenham Hotspur was all set to take home the three points with a big win over Newcastle United. However, things just didn't work out for them late, as Eric Dier was called for a hand ball. Truly, it was an awful call and clearly unintentional.
Still, the penalty was given in stoppage time in the second half, with Newcastle scoring to tie things up. It was a harsh decision and Jose Mourinho was understandably furious.
Liverpool and Arsenal all set to face off under the Monday Night Lights
The action for Matchday 3 of the English Premier League isn't over just yet. That's because on Monday, English Premier League fans will be treated to the huge battle between Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC. Who will come out on top? We'll update this article as soon as things go final from Anfield.