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.
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.
Arsenal's FA Cup defense came to an end at such early stage as Arsene Wenger's boys found themselves getting eliminated by Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
Playing away from home with several changes into their regular squad, Gunners were finding it difficult against their Champioship side opponent.
Manchester City didn't need a long time in getting their winning machine back on the run as after their latest draw against Crystal Palace, Pep Guardiola's men were back with three points on Tuesday by beating Watford.
Chelsea's ambition to defend their English Premier League title seems to be fading even further this weekend following their shock defeat against West Ham United.
Playing on an early fixture, The Blues had a big chance in cutting their gap with the top teams above them and also putting some pressure too with all three points.
Another positive result arrived for Manchester United this midweek as Jose Mourinho's men got themselves all three points on their away fixture against Watford.
The Red Devils were on for a tricky encounter as their opponent are often able to create problems for the top teams in Premier League.
Manchester City can't seem to stop their winning run in Premier League as Pep Guardiola's men got themselves another three points by defeating Huddersfield Town 2-1 on Sunday.
Keen on regaining their eight points gap with second place Manchester United, City were putting on their usual attacking display as they travel to Huddersfield.
Positive result arrived for Arsenal this weekend as Arsene Wenger's men successfully picked up all three points against their arch rival, Tottenham Hotspur at Emirates Stadium.
Experiencing relatively good results recently after their disappointing start this season, Gunners were keen on picking up maximum result against their rival to get themselves back into that top four battle.
Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City secured their spots into the knock out stages of Champions League this season following their big victories on Wednesday.
Playing at Wembley with two consecutive defeats in all competition at their back, Tottenham put on confident display against Real Madrid.