Arsenal secured three maximum points after defeating Tottenham 3-1 on Saturday afternoon at the Emirate.
Arsenal have been unbeaten at the Emirate against Tottenham since 2010.
Mikel Arteta’s men’s early dominance was rewarded in the first half as Thomas Partey curled in a sublime effort from outside the box.
The visitors drew level 15 minutes after when Gabriel Magalhaes fouled Richarlison inside the box.
Harry Kane stepped out and slammed his effort past Aaron Ramsdale.
Arsenal regained their advantage after the break after Gabriel Jesus pounced on uncertainty inside the box to poke home.
Emerson Royal was sent off before Granit Xhaka added a third.
Similarly, Chelsea came back from a goal down to defeat Crystal Palace by 2-1 at Selhurst park in Graham Potter’s first EPL Match in charge of the Blues.
Palace’s forward Eduardo scored in the 7th minute to give the host the lead before Gabon import Aubameyang equalized on the 38th minute for Chelsea.
Conor Gallaher scored a screamer on the 90th minute to put chelsea ahead in the game.
Meanwhile Liverpool drew 3-3 with visiting Brighton football club in another thrilling encounter.
Leandro Trossard scored in the 4 and 18th minute to put Brighton 2 goals up before Brazillian forward, Roberto Firminio scored two goals for Liverpool to level things up.
Liverpool took the lead via an own goal from Brighthon’s defender Adrian Webster before Trossard scored another goal in the 83rd minute to put the scoreline at 3-3.