Another Premier League weekend, another host of talking points.
The biggest of which is the turnaround from Wayne Rooney in signing a five-year deal to remain at Manchester United.
Both Manchester United and Liverpool got back to winning ways, but things may have been different if not for strikes from Javier Hernandez and Fernando Torres to help their respective teams come back from one all.
Arsenal and City was the game of the weekend on paper, but after five minutes and a rash tackle City fell to 10 men and had an uphill battle on their hands and Arsenal ran off to a 3-0 victory.
Aston Villa lost another game against Sunderland, who were handed the victory by a rare Richard Dunne own goal.
West Brom kept their fantastic form going with a 2-1 win over Fulham, but Blackpool were not so fortune against Birmingham.
West Ham and Wolves remain in danger in the relegation zone as both suffered losses.