Leicester City manager Claude Puel describes his side’s 2-0 win over Watford as a “fantastic reward” against opposition that were “tougher than Chelsea”.
- Millwall gave up a 2-0 lead at Leeds to trail, before winning 4-3
- Shrewsbury slipped to third in League Two
• Despite the shock at the top of the table, the game of the day in the second tier was at Elland Road where 10-man Leeds came from 2-0 down to lead Millwall 3-2, only to concede two late goals and lose 3-4. After the visitors had earned a 2-0 advantage at the break and Liam Cooper was sent off, two Pierre-Michel Lasogga strikes came either side of Kemar Roofe’s close range effort to turn the game on its head. The result was by no means settled. though. In the 87th minute Tom Elliott drew the Lions level before Jed Wallace provided the final twist with a heart-breaking injury-time winner. At Villa Park, efforts from Scott Hogan (two) and Conor Hourihane ensured Aston Villa moved up to third as they beat Barnsley 3-1.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says he is “frustrated” at the timing of West Ham’s equaliser, which came a minute after Ryan Fraser’s opener in their 1-1 draw at the London Stadium.
Arsene Wenger says Manchester United’s move for Alexis Sanchez will only happen if Henrikh Mkhitaryan goes the other way.
West Ham boss David Moyes says his side “missed some big chances” to win the game after their 1-1 home draw with Bournemouth.
New Stoke City boss Paul Lambert jokes he was “enjoying life last weekend” after he capped his surprise return to Premier League management with a 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town.
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner says his side were limited offensively by an “aggressive” Stoke City as the Terriers lost 2-0 at the Bet365 Stadium.
West Brom manager Alan Pardew praises Salomon Rondon’s “outstanding” performance and says former Baggies forward Cyrille Regis would have been proud of him.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho praises Sean Dyche’s “brave” Burnley after a hard-fought 1-0 win at Turf Moor.
Championship leaders Wolves see their 13-match unbeaten league run end as Aitor Karanka secures his first win as Nottingham Forest boss.