Chelsea's ambition to get themselves back into the runners up spot in English Premier League standings temporarily stuck as they were held into a disappointing goalless draw on Saturday by Leicester City.
Liverpool made their way into the next round of FA Cup in dramatic fashion after eliminating their city rival, Everton this weekend.
Staging the tie at Anfield, The Reds did not get it easy as Jurgen Klopp's men were forced to battle it out until the last minutes.
The transfer saga that seemingly went astray last summer has eventually worked out well as Chelsea finally secured the signing of Ross Barkley from Everton.
That deal was officially confirmed by the London based outfit's official website which also showed Barkley's statement of joy of being able to join Antonio Conte's side this time around.
Manchester United finally rediscovering their winning touch as they defeated Everton 2-0 on New Year's day.
Drawing their last three league matches, Jose Mourinho's men were eager to grab all three points as they don't want to lose more ground with runaway leader, Manchester City.
Manchester City's title bid looking smoother following their thrilling 2-1 win over their closet rival, Manchester United on Sunday.
Playing away from home didn't stop City from taking a positive approach with their attacking display and ball possession style straight from kick off.
After confirming the departure of Slaven Bilic, West Ham United officially appointed David Moyes as their new boss in a surprisingly short team six months deal.
Despite only getting a relatively short deal for someone highly experienced in the Premier League, Moyes apparently isn't bothered with the situation as he claimed that he is comfortable with it.
Everton's disappointing results continue as they found themselves out of Europa League following their 3-0 defeat over French outfit Lyon.
Only grabbing one point ahead of their Thursday encounter, the struggling Premier League side were in desperate need of three points to keep their hope in that group stage round alive.
Tottenham Hotspur's journey in Carabao Cup this season ended this midweek as Mauricio Pochettino's men surprisingly defeated by West Ham United 3-2 at Wembley Stadium.
Fresh from their impressive league victory against Liverpool, Spurs looked determined and still hungry for a win as they put on an aggressive display since kick off.
Ronald Koeman's future at Everton coming to an end this early week soon after his team's 5-2 home defeat against Arsenal on Sunday.
That big loss pretty much marked The Toffees poor start into this current season as they're now sitting in the bottom three seat of current Premier League standings.
Massive results earned by two London based Premier League teams as both Tottenham Hotspur along with Arsenal successfully destroying their opponents on Sunday.
Tottenham seemingly have wiped away their Wembley stadium curse as Mauricio Pochettino's men picked up another three points there, this time demolishing Liverpool 4-1.
Arsenal continuing their positive Europa League run as they grabbed a hard fought 1-0 away win over Red Star Belgrade on Thursday.
Keen on redeeming their disappointing Premier League defeat last weekend, Gunners tried to put an aggressive display since kick off, despite not playing most of their regular starters.
Arsenal still going strong in their Europa League campaign as they picked up a comfortable 4-2 victory against BATE Borisov on Thursday.
Playing away from home, Gunners got themselves an early lead through Theo Walcott after just nine minutes of play, triggering galore of goals as they added two more consecutively.