Bryan Ovideo's goal was all that Everton needed to notch a history-making win away to Manchester United.
After 11 years of failing to taste victory with Everton at Old Trafford, David Moyes watched his old team claim a long-awaited victory.
It was smiles all round for Everton, while United are left to pick up the pieces.
It was another memorable night for Luis Suarez against Norwich, as he scored four goals in a big win.
It was the Suarez show at Anfield; Liverpool now sit fourth.
Mesut Ozil scored again as Arsenal recorded a 2-0 win over Hull.
The Gunners' juggernaut rolled on, Arsene Wenger's men still sit atop the Premier League.
It was tight for Chelsea, but Eden Hazard fired home the winner against Sunderland in a seven-goal thriller.
Yaya Toure scored two as Manchester City battled past West Brom.
Lewis Holtby was Tottenham's match-winner at Craven Cottage.
Jonjo Shelvey scored twice for Swansea, who had Newcastle's measure.