Super Sundays for Man United, Chelsea, West Ham and Tottenham

It was a Premier League triple-header on Sky Sports and BT Sport today – with Southampton visiting White Hart Lane in the fourth game of the day.

Manchester United 2-1 Everton

Radamel Falcao finally opened his Manchester United account when he got on the end of a cross-shot from the man who put the Red Devils in front, Angel di Maria.

The Colombian restored Louis van Gaal’s side’s one-goal advantage after Steven Naismith headed Everton level. However, things could’ve been a lot worse for United had David de Gea not pulled off a fine penalty save from Leighton Baines on the stroke of half-time.

Chelsea 2-0 Arsenal

The London rivals played out a heated game at Stamford Bridge, with Chelsea taking all three points thanks to goals from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa.

Tempers flared in the first-half on the sidelines when Gary Cahill went in hard on Alexis Sanchez, which resulted in Arsene Wenger appearing to push Jose Mourinho.

Wenger’s afternoon went from bad to worse when Cesc Fabregas set-up Costa for Chelsea’s killer second goal.

Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Southampton

Christian Eriksen made sure former Saints manager, and current Spurs gaffer, Mauricio Pochettino grabbed the bragging rights over his former club with a goal four minutes before half-time.

West Ham 2-0 Queens Park Rangers

It was a comfortable afternoon for Sam Allardyce’s side with a Nedum Onuoha own goal – despite suspicions of an Enner Valencia handball in the build-up – and Diafra Sakho’s fourth Premier League goal sealing the three points.