You never know what results you're going to see in the Premier League, but you can always (well, mostly) bank on it being exciting.
Chelsea and Manchester City both forgot how to play football, and Manchester United continued to prove that they are only good against the heavy hitters. Sounds about right. Oh and Liverpool won again.
Here are seven of the best moments from all the excitement.
Nobody:— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 7, 2019
Absolutely no one:
Not a single soul:
Heung-Min Son: pic.twitter.com/80NDZTuWQI
The idea of a 'coast-to-coast' run was invented for goals like this one. Son picked the ball up barely outside his own penalty area, and he just set off. The South Korean blazed through the entire Burnley team before slotting home at the other end to net a truly outstanding goal.
Harry Kane netted some impressive strikes of his own during the game, but Son's effort certainly stole the show.
- "He's on one of those runs again!"— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) December 8, 2019
Jamie Vardy scores for the 8⃣th Premier League game in a row - can he beat his own record?
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The Leicester City man ran through on goal and took the ball around Aston Villa's Tom Heaton, but scuffed his shot into an open net. Fortunately, that made Ezri Konsa slip over, so Vardy managed to collect the ball and have another go. He was never going to miss twice.
That's now 16 goals in as many games for Vardy this season, and he's now on a run of eight consecutive games with a goal.
THAT Salah assist, THAT Naby finish. Simply wonderful pic.twitter.com/zuuvY5WfRv— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 7, 2019
First, you had Jordan Henderson's perfect long ball which allowed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to open the scoring, but the finest pass of the day came courtesy of Mohamed Salah, whose delightful back-heel gifted Naby
The Reds have been playing some sumptuous football recently, and their lead at the top of the table is a fitting reward.
Best Chewing Gum Catch
Wilfried Ndidi has been on a tear for Leicester this season, and he put in another imposing performance against Villa. However, his personal highlight had nothing to do with football.
The Nigerian was bumped to the floor while challenging for the ball, and accidentally spit his chewing gum up into the air. With cat-like reflexes, he dived to save it from hitting the ground.
Fair play to him. Littering is bad.
Best Referee Dig
Chelsea's 3-1 loss at Everton was disappointing for the away fans for numerous reasons and Christian Pulisic's tame foul throw sort of summed up everything that was going wrong.
Referee Craig Pawson quickly blew up for the infraction, before TV cameras caught him mouthing, "that was the worst throw I've ever seen".
Have some of that, Pulisic.
Late in the game, the ball ricocheted towards
It was a truly brave decision from the Spaniard, who risked injuring himself to earn a point for his team.
Best Misunderstanding of Hand Signals
Sheffield United fought back from a goal down to beat Norwich City 2-1, but it was so nearly three for the Blades, who had a goal ruled out for offside. It was a rollercoaster for everybody, especially David McGoldrick.
The referee ruled the goal out with the help of VAR, but McGoldrick misunderstood his hand signals and thought the goal had been given. The forward started running back, pumping his fist in excitement, before quickly trying to play it cool and act like nothing had happened
Sorry, but we all saw it. Awkward.
Bonus European Moment
In Saturday's 5-2 win over Mallorca, Suárez unleashed a crazy backheel strike which flew up in the air, over a defender's outstretched leg and past the goalkeeper into the bottom corner.
It defied logic, physics and any other science you can imagine, but that's just how good the Barcelona man is.
Want to see more backheel wonder goals from recent times? Of course, you do! See 90min's ranked list here.