Having been receiving slight criticism in recent years due to his inconsistent performances, Luis Suarez, showed that he can still put on an excellent display following his hat-trick against Real Madrid on Sunday's El Classico.
Chelsea maintained their Premier League title race this season as Maurizio Sarri's men grabbed all three points from their Sunday fixture away to Burnley.
Coming off an Europa League schedule on Thursday, The Blues didn't look affected as Sarri's rotation seemingly giving that continuous freshness which can be felt immediately when the away side got in front on 22 minutes through Alvaro Morata.
Liverpool temporarily got themselves back into the top of English Premier League standings following a quite comfortable 4-1 victory against Cardiff on Saturday.
Coming off an excellent midweek Champions League result, The Reds looking confident and hungry as they were hosting one of the newcomer of the EPL.
Two London sides, Chelsea and Arsenal successfully keeping their Europa League campaign filled with nothing but victories as they bagged another three points this midweek after beating their opponents.
Tottenham Hotspur once again wasted an opportunity to grab all three points in their Champions League fixture this season as Mauricio Pochettino's men only able to secure one point against PSV Eindhoven.
Manchester United's renewed hope after grabbing a point in their latest fixture didn't seem to be much of any help as Jose Mourinho's men still find themselves beaten by Juventus on Champions League Tuesday fixture.
Bad news arrived for Barcelona fans as their club's super star, Lionel Messi, won't be available for selection in the next three weeks at least, following injury he picked up during his team's 4-2 victory against Sevilla on Satutday.
Chelsea still keeping their unbeaten run in every competition this season, but Maurizio Sarri's men needed a last minute equalizing goal to secure one point against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.