Liverpool's Fernando Torres puts his side in the lead against Manchester United with a goal after just five minutes.
The home side get their chance to equalise after a penalty is awarded after Antonio Valencia was hauled back by Javier Mascherano.
Just six minutes later Wayne Rooney scores his 33rd goal of the season for Man United by tapping in the penalty rebound.
Ji-Sung Park sealed a win for the home side with a second half goal. The match ended 2-1. Manchester United are now two points clear at the top of the premier league table.
On Sunday, Chelsea drew 1-1 with Blackburn at Ewood Park. An early Didier Drogba goal meant the blues were leading for most of the game. Diouf scored in the 70th minute for the home side.
Man City beat Fulham 2-1. Santa Cruz scored in the sixth minute, and before the end of the first- half Carlos Tevez did too. Fulham's Danny Murphy tapped in a penalty in the 75th minute.
In Saturday's games Arsenal v West Ham finished 2-0. It was an eventful game with five players booked and one sent off! Arsenal's goal scorers were Denilson and Cesc Fabregas.
Aston Villa took on Wolverhampton Wanderers at home. Carew scored two goals for the home side, but Wolves managed to hit back and end the game 2-2.
Everton secured their seventh home win in a row after beating Bolton 2-0. The goals came from a Mikel Arteta free-kick and a late Steven Pienaar strike
Despite their financial worries- Portsmouth beat Hull 3-2. The winning goal was scored by Nwankwo Kanu, who came on as a substitute.
In the SPL, Celtic thrashed St Johnstone 3-0. The goals started with Josh Thompson in the 15th minute. Georgias Samaras scored in the 87th minute to complete the trio.
Hearts v Hibs finished 2-1 in the third Edinburgh derby of the season. The hosts built up a two nil lead with Andrew Driver and Gary Glen goals. Riordan scored in the 79th minute for Hibs.