Twenty-two points clear at the top of the league after 27 rounds played.
Unbeaten and 26 wins.
A record tying 18 straight wins in the Premier League.
33 points left and a 22 point lead.
21 home wins in a row (PL record)
Outside of Liverpool’s gigantic lead in the league, the biggest gap in the league between Manchester City (2nd) and Leicester City (3rd) – 7 points. Followed by the gap between Leicester City and Chelsea (4th).
Manchester City defeated Leicester City to widen the points between the two sides, while Chelsea beat Tottenham to widen the points between the two.
Manchester United replaced Tottenham in 5th place.
The bottom five teams made no progress over the round.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang joined Jamie Vardy at the top of the goal scoring list.
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – 17 goals
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 17 goals
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 16 goals.
Danny Ings (Southampton) Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 15 goals each
Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham
Goal Scorers Chelsea – Olivier Giroud 15′ Marcos Alonso 48′
Goal Scorers Tottenham – Antono Rudiger 89′(og)
Burnley 3-0 Bournemouth
Goal Scorers Burnley – Matej Vydra 53′ Jay Rodriguez 61′(pen) Dwight McNeil 87′
Crystal Palace 1-0 Newcastle
Goal Scorers Crystal Palace – Patrick van Aanholt 44′
Sheffield United 1-1 Brighton
Goal Scorers Sheffield United – Enda Stevens 26′
Goal Scorers Brighton – Neal Maupay 30′
Southampton 2-0 Aston Villa
Goal Scorers Southampton – Shane Long 8′ Stuart Armstrong 90+5′
Leicester City 0-1 Manchester City
Goal Scorers Manchester City – Gabriel Jesus 80′
Manchester United 3-0 Watford
Goal Scorers Manchester United – Bruno Fernandes 42′(pen) Anthony Madrid 58′ Mason Greenwood 75′
Wolves 3-0 Norwich
Goal Scorers Wolves – Diogo Jota 19′ 30′ Raul Jimenez 50′
Arsenal 3-2 Everton
Goal Scorers Arsenal – Edward Nketiah 27′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 33′ 46′
Goal Scorers Everton – Dominic Calvert-Lewin 1′ Richarlison 45+4′
Liverpool 3-2 West Ham
Goal Scorers Liverpool – Georgino Wijnaldum 9’ Mohmed Salah 68’ Sadio Mane 81’
Goal Scorers West Ham – Issa Diop 12’ Pablo Fornals 54’
Lampard’s Chlesea does a double over Mourinho’s Tottenham.
Chelsea pulled away from Tottenham in the race to finish in the top four after adding three points to the gap between the two sides through a ‘2-1’ victory at Stamford Bridge.
Burnley wins ‘3-0’ to create an 11-point gap between themselves and Bournemouth.
A consecutive league defeat for Bouremouth after conceding three second-half goals at Burnley.
Patrick van Aanholt scored the only goal to decide the match in Crystal Palace’s favor against Newcastle.
Sheffield United were held to a point at home by Brighton.
Southampton’s finds a win at home against Aston Villa.
Manchester City left Leicester City with a hard fought ‘1-0’ victory.
The result allowed Manchester City to add three points to the gap between the two teams. (2nd and 3rd).
Bruno Fernandes got his first goal for Manchester United in a match that his side went on to win comfortably (3-0) against relegation-threatened Watford.
Diogo Jota opened the scoring with two goals in the first half for Wolves to beat Norwich by 3-0.
After going into the break even on the score with 2 goals each, Pierre-Emerick Aubamyang’s goal after the restart handed Arsenal the win. Arsenal passed the test at home against Everton to go 10 competitive matches unbeaten (3 straight wins and back-to-back league victories).