Chelsea 2-2 Everton
Chelsea's stuttering form in the Premier League after drawing 2-2 with Everton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.
Graham Potter's side came into the clash on the back two successive away wins, although the first half failed provide any goal-mouth action.
Chelsea missed the chance to claim a third successive victory in the Premier League after drawing 2-2 with Everton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.
The hosts did get the breakthrough seven minutes after the break through Joao Felix's first-ever goal at the Bridge.
Sean Dyche's charges managed to get themselves back on level terms with 21 minutes to go as goal-line technology confirmed that Abdoulaye Doucoure's header had crossed the line.
The Blues were awarded a penalty on 76 minutes after James Tarkowski had brought down Reece James, which allowed Kai Havertz to convert from 12 yards out.
However, the Toffees had the final say when second-half substitute Ellis Simms weaved his way into the box before slotting into the far corner for his first league goal.
Southampton 3-3 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur let the lead slip three times and played out a 3-3 draw against Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday.
Spurs went in front on the stroke of halftime as Pedro Porro connected with Heung Min-Son’s cutback and applied a smart composed finish for his first strike for the club.
The Saints were back on level terms right after halftime when Che Adams picked up a floated ball from Theo Walcott and executed a first-time finish.
Southampton trailed again though minutes thereafter where Harry Kane jumped above Kyle Walker-Peters and Ainsley Maitland-Niles to head in at the back-post.
A third soon afterwards went the way of the visitors after Ivan Perisic volleyed in from around the area as the Saints fluffed their lines.
Southampton did get a second a little towards fulltime when Walcott popped up in the area and tucked in a knockdown from close-range.
The Saints levelled in the dying minutes after James Ward-Prowse tucked away from the spot following a foul on Maitland-Niles and left the spoils shared.
Brentford 1-1 Leicester City
Brentford were denied consecutive victories to close the gap on a European slot following a 1-1 draw against Leicester City.
As the match started tensely, the Bees seized control when Mathias Jensen latched onto a loose clearance from a corner-kick and turned home.
Leicester went to the break trailing but hit back thereafter as Harvey Barnes pounced on a delivery by James Maddison to fire beyond David Raya.
The Bees finished with ten-men when Shandon Baptiste walk the plank for a second bookable offence in the final minute as the match finished all square.
Aston Villa 3-0 Bournemouth
Aston Villa elevated to the top-half bracket on the league standings with a comprehensive 3-0 drubbing off Bournemouth.
The Clarets hit the front on seven minutes after Leon Bailey played a ball in the box following a smart move and had Douglas Luiz on hand to finish.
Villa increased their tally with ten minutes to play when Jacob Ramsey steered a hard low shot through the grasp of Neto following Ollie Watkins’ assist.
Argentine Emiliano Buendia made the points safe with seconds remaining when he rose on the end of a flick-on before heading in from point-blank range.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-4 Leeds United
Leeds United boosted their survival hopes with an entertaining 4-2 victory over a nine-man Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Javi Garcia’s men didn’t wait long to hit the opener as Wilfred Gnonto cutback for Jack Harrison to profit, while they extended the lead through Luke Ayling after the host failed to deal with a corner-kick.
Substitute Rasmus Kristensen secured a third for the visiting team just after entering when he stole possession off Jonny and fired in the net.
Leeds lived on the edge and conceded in the closing quarter as Jonny volleyed in a looping ball after goalkeeper Illan Meslier struggled to clear his lines.
Wolves continued to look for the turnaround shortly thereafter when Matheus Cunha’s rasping shot from a corner deflected past Meslier.
However, the home side’s pursuit to a comeback were dented in the last eight minutes as Jonny received a red card for a foul on Ayling after the referee overturned the original caution of a yellow.
Leeds grabbed a fourth as the clock ticked by when Rodrigo Moreno finished off a move on the counter-attack, whilst Wolves had another man in Matheus Nunes dismissed as the match concluded.
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