* Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal
Harry Kane, who scored both goals for Spurs, has now hit the net 22 times in all competitions this season, making him the highest scoring player based in the Premier League.
Kane’s 86th-minute winner means that Tottenham have now gained 12 points from goals scored in the last five minutes of Premier League matches this season – six more than any other side.
* Aston Villa 1-2 Chelsea
James Okore’s second-half opener was Aston Villa’s first league goal in 659 minutes. Their barren spell was the fourth-worst run without a goal in Premier League history.
Chelsea came back secure Jose Mourinho’s first ever victory at Villa Park. The only Premier League grounds the Special One has yet to win at now are the Emirates Stadium and St James’ Park.
* Leicester City 0-1 Crystal Palace
Joe Ledley’s decisive strike was Palace’s 13 Premier League goal from a set-piece situation this season – no other side has scored more.
Palace have taken nine points from Alan Pardew’s first four league games in charge. They took just eight from their 11 matches prior to his appointment.
* Manchester City 1-1 Hull City
Man City have now gone four Premier League matches without victory for the first time since November 2009.
One positive for Manuel Pellegrini is that James Milner ended a 36-game run without scoring a league goal, when he netted a stoppage-time equaliser.
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