Premier League 2020/21 Matchday 10: Highlights and match reports for every game

With every game available to watch on BT TV, here is your one-stop shop for best of the weekend's action.

By Robert Cottingham Published: 27 January 2021 - 10.39pm

A sensational Premier League season continued with Matchday 10 of the 2020/21 campaign, with every game available to watch on BT TV.

From a huge London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham, to a game that could have massive ramifications at the bottom of the table, it was another enthralling weekend of action.

Read on, or jump to a specific game using the links below, for everything you need to know including match reports and highlights.

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Friday 27 November

Crystal Palace 0-2 Newcastle

Newcastle scored twice late on to claim an invaluable victory in south London with goals from Callum Wilson and Joelinton enough for the win.

In a drab match of few chances defences were largely on top throughout the 90 minutes. The breakthrough didn't come until the 88th minute when Callum Wilson finished neatly after good work from his strike partner Joelinton.

And the goal-shy Joelinton got on the scoresheet himself two minutes later with a scuffed finish to seal the three points.

Saturday 28 November

Brighton 1-1 Liverpool

Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw on the south coast as Pascal Gross' injury-time penalty salvaged a point for Brighton.

The Seagulls were awarded a first-half penalty but Neal Maupay squandered the chance wide and Liverpool punished his profligacy on the hour mark when Diogo Jota netted yet again for the champions.

But after two goals were disallowed for offside - much to Jurgen Klopp's frustration - Brighton got another chance from the spot when Danny Welbeck was clipped, just, by Andy Robertson.

Gross made no mistake to secure a huge point for Graham Potter's men and leave Klopp less than pleased.

Man City 5-0 Burnley

Manchester City put five past Burnley yet again as Riyad Mahrez’s hat-trick sealed a resounding win for Pep Guardiola’s men.

City, who had been struggling for goals in recent weeks, went ahead when Mahrez tucked in a neat attack before the Algerian added a second shortly after.

Benjamin Mendy got in on the action before half-time with a neat finish at the far post before Ferran Torres ended the match as a contest in the 67th minute.

Mahrez struck again with a header two minutes later as the winger turned home substitute Phil Foden’s cross to complete the rout.

Everton 0-1 Leeds

Leeds edged out Everton in an entertaining game at Goodison Park that deserved more goals than it saw on Saturday evening.

Summer signing Raphinha's low shot proved to be the difference as the Brazilian fired from outside the box through a sea of legs past Jordan Pickford in the second half.

There were chances aplenty for both teams throughout - a record 37 shots on goal between them - but the two goalkeepers excelled with a number of smart saves to keep the game hanging in the balance until the dying moments.

Marcelo Bielsa became the first Leeds manager since Howard Wilkinson in 1990 to beat the Blues on Merseyside, lifting his side up into 11th.

West Brom 1-0 Sheffield United

As the only two winless sides left in the Premier League heading into this one, something had to give at The Hawthorns on Saturday night.

Slaven Bilic will be delighted it was his men that managed to get over the line thanks to a first club goal for on-loan Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher barely 15 minutes into the game.

The Blades had a number of chances to level the scores late on as both Rhian Brewster and Ollie McBurnie went close but they remain rooted to the foot of the table after another disappointing loss.

Sunday 29 November

Southampton 2-3 Man United

Super sub Edinson Cavani inspired Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United to a stunning 3-2 comeback win at the death against Southampton.

Jan Bednarek’s header and a fine James Ward-Prowse free-kick had Saints dreaming of a first home league win against the Red Devils since 2003.

But Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men squandered their two-goal lead as half-time introduction Cavani turned the match on its head, setting up Bruno Fernandes before netting a brace to secure a sensational late triumph.

Chelsea 0-0 Tottenham

Tottenham climbed back to the top of the Premier League table by grinding out a turgid goalless draw at Chelsea.

Jose Mourinho’s men created no genuine chances but the wily Portuguese boss will hardly care about any lack of excitement on a relatively profitable Stamford Bridge return.

Spurs sat deep in two stodgy wedges, with Mourinho positively goading his former Chelsea player Frank Lampard to unpick the visitors’ defensive lock.

Try as they might however, the Blues could not convert what chances they were able to create.

Arsenal 1-2 Wolves

"A really bad result," was how Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta's reaction to watching his side go down at home to Wolves.

The defeat was Arsenal's third straight loss at home and leaves the Gunners languishing in the bottom of the half of the table after 10 games of the season. 

The match was overshadowed by a nasty head collision between David Luiz and Raul Jiminez, with the latter receiving hospital treatment for the incident. 

Arsenal will need to bounce back with the north London derby up next.

Monday 30 November

Leicester 1-2 Fulham

Ivan Cavaleiro ended Fulham’s penalty curse as the Cottagers stunned Leicester to climb out of the relegation zone.

The striker’s spot-kick, after Ademola Lookman’s opener, gave Scott Parker’s side a surprise 2-1 win at the King Power Stadium.

The Cottagers had missed their previous three penalties but they are now a point above the Premier League’s drop zone.

Harvey Barnes grabbed a late consolation for the hosts while Youri Tielemans and Wesley Fofana hit the woodwork in the first half.

West Ham 2-1 Aston Villa

West Ham climbed up to fifth as goals from Angelo Ogbonna and Jarrod Bowen sank Aston Villa 2-1.

The Hammers have made their best start to a season since they moved to the London Stadium four years ago.

They rode their luck, though, as Villa equalised once through Jack Grealish and had the chance to snatch a point, only for Ollie Watkins to miss a penalty.