For a change, Manchester United make the headlines.
United's victory over Newcastle moved the club up to eighth place in the table and have won four times, drawn once and lost three times so far. I think that is clear.
The Japanese global scored his first goal since making a £9.5 million move from Bundesliga side Mainz.
The former World Cup victor has been heavily linked with a move to United as the pressure mounts on Jose Mourinho but his agent has moved to dampen that speculation.
Then, in the 10th minute, there was a stunned silence among the United home fans when United's sleepy defence allowed Yoshinori Muto to turn easily in the penalty area and beat goalkeeper David de Gea with a low shot.
"Maybe it was my wrong decision to play Rashford and McTominay".
Just 6 minutes later, French striker, Anthony Martial, grabbed the equalizer for Man United, with a great curling effort. "Even older players commit mistakes that are not normal".
"Again, this was the goal, You see Newcastle, no one is on him, and that is the little awareness there, the quality, that is what he's got".
'We needed something and yesterday [Friday] I was practising free kicks in the training ground.
Nemanja Matic missed a sitter early in the second half, but sub Juan Mata halved the deficit with a fine free-kick (70) to give United hope, and they duly levelled shortly after through Anthony Martial's finish in the 76th minute before Sanchez's victor.
Everton's cause was helped when Leicester captain Wes Morgan was sent off.
"We couldn't afford another defeat, especially for the fans".
Huddersfield rallied to draw with Burnley for only its third point.