Manchester City remain comfortable sitting top of English Premier League standings following an impressive 5-1 victory over Leicester City on Saturday.
Drawing their last league fixture, Man City were very eager to redeem that result as they immediately push forward vigorously and got themselves in front after just three minutes through Raheem Sterling.
The pressure on Antonio Conte at Chelsea gets even bigger following his team's second heavy defeat in a row as on Monday they were beaten 4-1 by Watford.
Following a shocking 3-0 loss on midweek over Bournemouth, The Blues were determined to experience a different kind of outcome, but things just didn't go well again for Conte's boys.
Manchester United's ambition to keep the Premier League title race alive gets even harder as they suffered disappointing 2-0 defeat against Tottenham Hotspur.
Keen on showcasing their new force with new signing Alexis Sanchez starting, Man United didn't seem to give much worry for their opponent as Tottenham got in front within the first minute through Christian Eriksen's strike.
Liverpool found themselves crashing out from another cup tournament as they were eliminated in FA Cup following a shock 3-2 defeat from West Bromwich Albion.
The Reds actually got themselves ahead on that tie, but poor defending simply cost them the game and that's something even their manager, Jurgen Klopp sincerely admitted.
Chelsea's lack of consistency up from so far this season seemingly triggered The Blues' boss, Antonio Conte to keep searching for a new striker this January.
After spending quite a lot for Alvaro Morata last summer, Conte's side reportedly are very keen on swooping AS Roma's bomber, Edin Dzeko, who could be available on the market this winter.
Manchester City's 4-3 defeat from Liverpool last weekend seems to trigger hope from Manchester United players, notably Juan Mata who remain confident that his side are still in for a shot at this season's Premier League title.
Manchester United's chance in acquiring Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal this January got bigger with Manchester City's unwillingness to pay the fee Gunners requested.
However, that doesn't mean that Man United have everything under wraps as just yet, since there's apparently an important situation that needs solving first, which is Henrikh Mkhitaryan's future at Old Trafford.