Liverpool regained the Premier League lead with a win over rivals Manchester United on Sunday, while Chelsea and Southampton also bagged three points in Week 17.
The Saints shocked Arsenal, bringing their 22-match unbeaten streak to an end, and Chelsea survived a tough challenge from Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Reds faced off with United in the last contest of the day, winning 3-1 at Anfield. Here are Sunday's full results:
Brighton 1-2 Chelsea
Southampton 3-2 Arsenal
Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United
The current Premier League standings (games, points, goal difference):
1. Liverpool: 17, 45, +30
2. Manchester City: 17, 44, +38
3. Tottenham Hotspur: 17, 39, +15
4. Chelsea: 17, 37, +21
5. Arsenal: 17, 34, +14
6. Manchester United: 17, 26, 0
7. Wolverhampton Wanderers: 17, 25, 0
8. Everton: 17, 24, +2
9. West Ham United: 17, 24, 0
10. Watford: 17, 24, -2
11. Bournemouth: 17, 23, -3
12. Leicester City: 17, 22, 0
13. Brighton & Hove Albion: 17, 21, -4
14. Newcastle United: 17, 16, -8
15. Crystal Palace: 17, 15, -9
16. Cardiff City: 17, 14, -16
17. Southampton: 17, 12, -16
18. Burnley: 17, 12, -18
19. Huddersfield Town: 17, 10, -18
20. Fulham: 17, 9, -26
Xherdan Shaqiri was the standout for the Reds, coming off the bench to guide his side to victory with a brace.
Sadio Mane had given the hosts the lead in the first half, but a blunder from Alisson Becker gifted Jesse Lingard the equaliser.
The Reds pushed hardest for a winner after the break and found it just minutes after Shaqiri came on. He would score twice, both courtesy of a lucky deflection.
As shared by Sport Witness, the result was yet another setback for United, and the stats paint an ugly picture;
In Southampton, Arsenal finally lost their first match since August, as a Bernd Leno mistake gifted Charlie Austin the winner.
The former Queens Park Rangers star deposited the ball into an open goal after Leno went underneath a cross, missing the ball completely.
Danny Ings bagged a brace and Henrikh Mkhitaryan followed suit for the Gunners. Laurent Koscielny looked suspect throughout the contest, and Le Grove thought manager Unai Emery made a mistake inserting him into the starting XI so soon after his return from injury:
Brighton put up a decent fight against the Blues, but Eden Hazard delivered for Chelsea with a goal and assist. As shared by HLN's Kristof Terreur, the Belgian has been vital for his side this season:
Pedro also scored, but Solly March restored the gap to a single goal, setting up a somewhat nervy finale.