Arsenal began the day two points clear of Manchester City and Chelsea. But the Gunners featured in the day's first match against Liverpool, starting 135 minutes before the kickoffs for those pursuing blue teams.
Apparently the alarm clock for Arsene Wenger's side sounded late or not at all. Arsenal trailed by two goals inside 10 minutes and lost 5-1.
Manchester City spurned this gift and are now trailing both Chelsea and Arsenal in the Premier League table. Since Manchester City lost their two matches with Chelsea in the league, that position is merited.
Here are six things we learned from Norwich City 0-0 Manchester City.