Liverpool produced on Sunday a sensational late comeback to secure a thrilling 4-3 victory against Fulham, while Chelsea overcame adversity to edge Brighton 3-2 with 10 men.
Aston Villa also witnessed late heroics as Ollie Watkins rescued a point with a header against Bournemouth, and West Ham and Crystal Palace settled for a 1-1 draw.
Liverpool found themselves trailing 3-2 in the 80th minute after Bobby De Cordova-Reid's goal for Fulham. However, a dramatic turn of events saw Wataru Endo and Trent Alexander-Arnold score in the 87th and 88th minutes, securing an exhilarating comeback victory. Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool's manager, acknowledged Fulham's efforts and highlighted the unpredictable nature of the match.
Chelsea faced a challenging encounter against Brighton, with Conor Gallagher receiving a red card before halftime. Despite the setback, Chelsea secured a 3-2 win with goals from Enzo Fernandez, Levi Colwill, and a penalty conversion by Fernandez. Joao Pedro's stoppage-time goal added late drama, but Chelsea managed to hold on after a reversed penalty decision.
Aston Villa's Ollie Watkins proved crucial with a last-minute header, salvaging a point against Bournemouth. Earlier, Leon Bailey cancelled out Antoine Semenyo's opener for Bournemouth, but Dominic Solanke restored the home side's lead.
At the London Stadium, West Ham took the lead through Mohammed Kudus in the first half, but Crystal Palace fought back with Odsonne Edouard's equaliser in the second period, ending the match in a 1-1 draw.
The day's events showcased the unpredictable and competitive nature of the Premier League, leaving fans enthralled by the late goals, comebacks, and resilient performances across the matches.