As the last few bonfires begin to smoulder, it’s only right that we should reflect on a firecracker of a Super Sunday. Did Mourinho take his bus to Chelsea? Did De Bruyne continue his sparkling run of form?
We have all the answers summed up in 10 tweets…
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace
Pochettino gifted a debut to goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga; however, there was one eagle-eyed Tweeter quick to point out some confusion surrounding his name…
Someone at BBC needs check spelling.. pic.twitter.com/HnbfkyeTfm
— Luke Graves (@LukeGraves_) November 5, 2017
The Argentine goalkeeper may have earned himself MOM, but he’s going to have to work extra hard to keep this lad out of the team…
Tottenham are one goalkeeper injury away from this… pic.twitter.com/u7KlPXfLrW
— ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) November 5, 2017
In Kane’s absence, Son Heung-Min stepped up to the plate – in what was a largely unconvincing Spurs performance – to become the highest scoring Asian player in Premier League history.
🙌 Premier League goals…
– Park Ji-Sung: 19
– Son Heung-min: 20
— The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) November 5, 2017
Manchester City vs Arsenal
After an uninspired midweek performance against Red Star Belgrade, Arsenal’s misery continued in Manchester…
— Apeshit94 (@VirgilHoussou) November 5, 2017
No prizes for guessing who continued their frightening run of form to open the scoring…
At times De Bruyne is like an 18 year old who’s playing in his little brother’s under 14 game & is being a bellend & ripping everyone apart.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) November 5, 2017
But the game wasn’t without dispute: a dubious offside decision gifted Gabriel Jesus a goal.
The image on the left is a clear offside by Manchester City. The image on the right is why Arsenal lost the game. pic.twitter.com/rM6tgE9PZB
— TheDude. (@DvashDavid) November 5, 2017
Chelsea vs Manchester United
Antonio Conte readied himself for another Diego Costa style fall-out after dropping David Luiz from the starting line-up.
Conte explains why he dropped David Luiz… pic.twitter.com/XmmH3AdEGn
— Goal (@goal) November 5, 2017
The criticism that Jose Mourinho faced for his side’s recent brand of anti-football, may have been behind his decision to go for Chelsea’s jugular this Sunday.
If Mourinho isn’t parking the bus against you in your stadium, isn’t that an insult?
— Astorre Mendieta (@Cerebrone) November 5, 2017
But that didn’t stop Morata from rising like a firework to seal the only goal of the game.
Simply unstoppable in the air@AlvaroMorata 👏
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 5, 2017
Everton vs Watford
Finally, after a difficult few weeks at Goodison Park, David Unsworth master-planned a three-goal resurgence against Watford to give the Toffees a much-needed boost.
⏱46′ Everton 0-1 Watford
⏱64′ Everton 0-2 Watford
⏱67′ Everton 1-2 Watford
⏱84′ Everton 2-2 Watford
⏱90′ Everton 3-2 Watford
Incredible! 🔵🙌 pic.twitter.com/AbL8IFFjeB
— GrandOldTeam.com (@grandoldteam) November 5, 2017