AFC Bournemouth: A pivotal comprehensive win
AFC Bournemouth won a game that may be integral to them avoiding relegation as they defeated Everton 3-nil.
Arsenal: Did what they had to do
Arsenal won a game that they were expect to win and they claimed all three points in, with a 2-nil win against bottom of the Premier League table Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Aston Villa: Displayed character and grit
Aston Villa conceded a goal in the opening minute of the game, but they fought back to defeat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-1.
Brentford: Thomas Frank is a genius
Brentford coach Thomas Frank outcoached Pep Guardiola in a game that Brentford defeated Manchester City 2-1. There was also a message from Ivan Toney to England coach Gareth Southgate as he scored a brace, after being left out of the 26 man World Cup squad for England.
Brighton and Hove Albion: Lost a game they were leading in the opening minute
Brighton and Hove Albion would be disappointed to losing a game they led 1-nil against Aston Villa 2-1.
Chelsea: Same old, same old
Chelsea is battling to get results and their performance in Matchweek 16 in their 1-nil defeat to Newcastle United, was symptomatic of their predicament.
Crystal Palace: No shots on target tells the story
Crystal Palace were not switched on in their 1-nil loss to Nottingham Forest.
Everton: It may be time for a change
Everton may need to change coach; it’s never nice to see a team part ways with their manager, but something needs to alter, following their 3-nil loss to AFC Bournemouth.
Fulham: Unfortunate to lose
Fulham put in a good shift and lost against Manchester United in second half stoppage time, 2-1.
Leeds United: Three points dropped
Leeds United were winning 3-2 until the 81st minute when they conceded a goal and went onto to lose 4-3 to Tottenham Hotspur.
Leicester City: Their goalkeeper saves the day
Leicester City were fortunate that they defeated West Ham United 2-nil as the man of the match was their goalkeeper, Danny Ward.
Liverpool: Move into top six
Liverpool are remarkably in the top six after defeating Southampton 3-1.
Manchester City: One dimensional
Manchester City were too predictable in Matchweek 16; they were outplayed and the tactics implemented by Pep Guardiola meant that Brentford deserved to beat them 2-1.
Manchester United: Never stopped trying
Manchester United should make other teams frightened. They scored their second goal, which proved to be the winning goal in the 2-1 win for Manchester United against Fulham, in second half stoppage time.
Newcastle United: A dark horse
Newcastle United deserved their 1-nil win over Chelsea and showed that they can win the Premier League if other results go their way.
Nottingham Forest: They got the three points and that is all that counts
Nottingham Forest had the only two shots on target in a monotonous game that they won 1-nil against Crystal Palace.
Southampton: Outclassed by Liverpool
Southampton got off to a losing start under their new coach, Nathan Jones. He has a big job ahead of him as they need to improve based on their 3-1 loss to Liverpool.
Tottenham Hotspur: They won a game they could have lost
Tottenham Hotspur were poor defensively, but brilliant in the final third. They went behind on the scoreboard twice in a game that they won 4-3 against Leeds United.
West Ham United: Despite losing, their performance was not bad
West Ham United played a decent game as they performed admirably, despite losing 2-nil. The goalkeeper for Leicester City was man of the match.
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Last on the table
Wolverhampton Wanderers are in a bit of trouble as they sit on the bottom of the Premier League table following a 2-nil loss to Arsenal.