Two goals from Wayne Rooney helped Man United beat Aston Villa 3-1 and keep the Reds five points clear at the top of the Premier League. Rooney scored his first in the first minute!
Darren Bent gave Aston Villa hope with a second half goal - that was until United's Nemanja Vidic (right) put one in the net just five minutes later to take the score to 3-1.
At the Emirates Stadium, Everton's Louis Saha scored a hotly disputed goal to put his side ahead of hosts Arsenal.
But the Gunners pulled it back, with two goals from Andrey Arshavin and Laurent Koscielny in the last 20 minutes. It means they keep the heat on United near the top of the table.
Phil Bardsley put Sunderland ahead of Chelsea at the Stadium of Light. Lampard and Kalou then put the Blues in front - only for Kieran Richardson to equalise! All that in the first half hour!
After the break, John Terry struck it in the net to give Chelsea the lead. A stoppage time goal from Nicolas Anelka made the final score 4-2 to the Blues. Elsewhere, West Brom and Wigan drew 2-2.
In the Scottish Premier League, Celtic have gone eight points clear at the top after beating Aberdeen 3-0. Anthony Stokes scored the third goal of the game. Elsewhere, St Johnstone won 2-0 at home against bottom-of-the-table Hamilton.