Chelsea beat Bournemouth 3-1 to stay seven points clear at the top of the Premier League, while Tottenham remain second after a 4-0 win at home to Watford. Liverpool stay third with a 2-1 win at Stoke City, Manchester City remain fourth following a 3-1 victory over Hull City, and Manchester United climb up to fifth as they beat bottom club Sunderland 3-0. Elsewhere, there are wins for Southampton away to West Brom, West Ham against Swansea and Everton at home to Leicester, while Middlesbrough v Burnley ended goalless. Do you agree with my team of the week or would you go for a different team? Why not pick your own team of the week from the shortlist selected by BBC Sport journalists and share it with your friends?
Manchester City went top of the Premier League after a 1-0 win at Bournemouth, while title rivals Liverpool missed the chance to return to the summit after being held to a goalless draw in the Merseyside derby at Everton. Spurs and Arsenal drew 1-1 in the north London derby and Manchester United made it 10 wins in 12 Premier League games under caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after a thrilling 3-2 win over Southampton. Scott Parker's first game in caretaker charge of Fulham ended in a 2-1 home defeat by Chelsea, Wolves beat Cardiff 2-0 and Brendan Rodgers' reign at Leicester started with a 2-1 defeat at Watford. Crystal Palace won 3-1 at Burnley, West Ham defeated Newcastle 2-0 and bottom club Huddersfield lost again - 1-0 at Brighton. Here's my team of the week - have a read and select your own below.
Home Secretary Sajd Javid will later meet leaders of seven police forces, as they discuss what to do about violent crime following a spate of teenage stabbings. Metropolitan Police, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, West Midlands, South Wales, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire will send senior officers. The meeting comes after Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick said there was "obviously" a link between the decline in officer numbers and violent crime. This appeared to contradict Prime Minister Theresa May's view. Two 17-year-olds were killed in separate stabbings in London and Greater Manchester at the weekend.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid is to meet police chiefs from seven forces most affected by violent crime. It follows a spate of fatal teen stabbings which has prompted a debate about falling police numbers. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has said there is "obviously" a link between violent crime and falling police numbers. But Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted there is "no direct correlation". Senior officers from the Metropolitan Police, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, West Midlands, South Wales, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire will attend the meeting.
There were goals galore, with champions Leicester putting four past Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and Watford and Burnley both scoring three times in their wins over Everton and Bournemouth respectively. Hull and Crystal Palace shared six goals while Swansea scored three in a much-needed win over Sunderland. Arsenal moved top on Saturday by beating Stoke, before Chelsea saw off West Brom a day later to regain the summit. Manchester United and Southampton both claimed narrow wins against Tottenham and Middlesbrough, before Liverpool and West Ham played out a thrilling draw. Pick your XI from our list and share with your friends.