Super Sunday indeed!
Chelsea led Manchester United 3-0 early in the second half and, had they held on, the Blues could've even reinvigorated their very slim title hopes. Instead, much like the Arsenal-Newcastle match exactly a year before, Chelsea allowed three soft goals (two from the penalty spot) and United earned a 3-3 draw at Stamford Bridge to stay in touching distance with Manchester City at the top.
Arsenal, meanwhile, gave their top-four hopes a huge boost with a 7-1 win over lowly Blackburn on Saturday, but they'll have to fight off Newcastle, who just refuse to go away.
Liverpool vs. Tottenham Monday night at Anfield will be a big test in the fight for Champions League places, but before that kicks off, what have we learned from the Premier League weekend?