Another weekend of Premier League football has come and gone, with a drama at either end of the table.
Below, talkSPORT.com collects everything that happened in the top flight of English football on Saturday and Sunday.
Tottenham 4-0 Huddersfield Town
Lucas Moura fired a hat-trick as Tottenham continued to enjoy the comforts of his new home with a 4-0 Premier League win against Huddersfield that strengthened their four best hopes.
All the fears they could have had to fight to establish themselves at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium were convincingly canceled after getting three victories by three there, with Moura gaining a place in history with the first triple in the arena 62,062 seats.
Victor Wanyama led the Spurs on the road to an easy afternoon, as they have now scored seven goals and have conceded none in their favor.
The victory at lunch time puts the Spurs back in third place and with three of the six remaining league games in their new stadium, Mauricio Pochettino's men will be confident they can win an exciting four-way battle for qualifying to the Champions League.
Spurs player ratings for victory over Huddersfield
Brighton 0-5 Bournemouth
Brighton has fallen into the worst home defeat of the Premier League and has run away seriously since Bournemouth ended their recent style slump.
The goals of Dan Gosling, Ryan Fraser, David Brooks, Callum Wilson and Junior Stanislas secured their 5-0 success.
It was only Cherries' second win in the last 10 games, but it took over 40 points to put an end to any lingering fears they had of being dragged into trouble.
However, for Brighton, the problems are growing, their race towards the masked semi-final of the England Cup was the terrible form that saw them collect only eight points from the first round of the year.
Burnley 2-0 Cardiff City
Referee Mike Dean has been controversially controversial about his decision to give Cardiff a penalty while the Bluebirds problems deepened with a 2-0 defeat by Burnley to Turf Moor.
Chris Wood deservedly deserves the hosts at 31 & # 39 ;, but in Cardiff it seems that a great opportunity has been presented to equalize moments after the recovery, when Ben Mee was penalized for handball.
It was assistant Darren Cann who raised the flag but, after an argument with Dean, the referee changed his mind, leaving the players and Cardiff boss Neil Warnock furious.
The Cardiff has received two more stiff penalty calls rejected towards the end of the second half and Wood has secured his points with his 13th goal of the season in recovery time.
Ashley Barnes KISSES Joe Bennett during the Burnley game against Cardiff
Fulham 2-0 Everton
Fulham secured just a fifth victory in the Premier League of the season, when Scott Parker's formerly relegated relative beat Everton at Craven Cottage.
After their immediate relegation to the Sky Bet Championship was confirmed the last time at Watford, the Bianchi won the deserved 2-0 win against a disappointing Everton.
Captain Tom Cairney opened the scoring with only the second Premier League goal of his career and his first since he scored against Everton for Hull in March 2010 and it was Ryan Babel who concluded a rare victory for the team home.
Aleksandar Mitrovic lost several chances in the first half, but Fulham scored twice in the second half to collect the first victory since January and a first victory for goalkeeper Parker.
Southampton 3-1 Wolves
Nathan Redmond's first two goals in two years brought Southampton to the brink of Premier League security with a 3-1 win over Wolves.
The twenty-five-year-old couple sent Saints eight points ahead of relegation favorites, with Shane Long adding a third to the impressive hosts.
Willy Boly's header brought the wolves to 1-1, but only for 118 seconds, when Redmond jumped over the second to stun the Molineux men.
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Manchester United 2-1 West Ham
Manchester United moved two points from the top four while a couple of Paul Pogba penalties sealed the victory at Old Trafford, but those present will know how lucky Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team was to secure a point, it doesn't matter if three.
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Felipe Anderson saw a wrong home run offside for offside, but the Brazilian canceled Pogba's disputed penalty shortly after half-time when the Hammers capitalized on David De Gea's shot.
The United goalkeeper made amends while Manuel Pellegrini's men pushed for the winner, producing an exceptional one-handed parade of Michail Antonio shortly after the West Ham substitute shook the goalframe.
Yet guests returned to the capital empty-handed after Pogba destroyed his second penalty kick to keep the four-man high in an evening when the show alarmed Solskjaer.
Crystal Palace 1-3 Manchester City
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Sterling scored his goal for the season at 21 and Gabriel Jesus entered the third place with the City, which passed the last test of the title credentials.
Selhurst Park was a graveyard for campaigns for the title in the recent past, particularly when Liverpool's wheels were knocked off in 2014 and City suffered a similar fate a year later.
The palace was also trying to complete an unlikely double compared to the champions, as the only visiting team to win at the Etihad this season thanks to the goal-goal by Andros Townsend.
But with Christian Benteke, he gave a first start from February 9th, cutting an isolated figure in attack the Eagles failed to put a glove on the side of Pep Guardiola until Luka Milivojevic scored with a free kick.
However, the team did not beat the City, with substitute Jesus assuring them that he had won the ninth consecutive victory in the Premier League.