Player of the season Mohammed Salah stole the show on St. Patrick’s Day, as the Egyptian winger scored four to help Liverpool get back to winning ways with a 5-0 thrashing of Watford.
Marcus Rashford was on the double, as Man United strengthened their grip on second place in the Premier League with the Red Devils seeing off old rivals Liverpool 2-1 at Old Trafford.
Brighton wrapped up a third win in four games to pile the misery on Arsenal, as Chris Hughton’s side secured their biggest result of the season with a deserving 2-1 victory against the Gunners.
Jose Mourinho celebrated the bragging rights over former employers Chelsea, as Man United came from behind to beat the Blues 2-1 to keep hold of second place in the Premier League.
Man City continued their march towards a first Premier League title in four years, as Sergio Aguero scored four in a 5-1 thrashing of Leicester to move 16 points clear at the top of the table.
Tottenham kept their Champions League qualification hopes alive, as Harry Kane’s last-gasp penalty helped Spurs clinch a 2-2 draw against Liverpool in a frantic finish at Anfield.
Bournemouth stretched their unbeaten run to six games, as Eddie Howe’s side stunned champions Chelsea 3-0 to hand the Blues their first defeat in nine Premier League games.
History was made with not one, but two Royal Rumble matches on Sunday night, as Shinsuke Nakamura booked his ticket to WrestleMania in one of the best Royal Rumble matches in recent memory.
One man will leave Philadelphia with a world championship match for WrestleMania in his back pocket, as it is time for one of the most exciting nights of the WWE calendar with the 2018 Royal Rumble.
We will enjoy two Royal Rumble matches this Sunday but there are also four big championship matches set to take place in Philadelphia, including Brock Lesnar’s much-anticipated title defence against Kane and Braun Strowman.