Southampton 1 – 1 Leicester City
Southampton’s Jannik Vestergaard (10) was given an early red card in the match for denying Jamie Vardy a clear goalscoring opportunity.
After an hour into the match, Southampton took the lead when Iheanacho’s handball allowed James Ward-Prowse to score from the penalty spot (61).
However, the lead lasted just seven minutes before Jonny Evans (68) equalized with a header.
Crystal Palace 0 – 2 Manchester City
Gabriel Jesus had a goal disallowed for offside, and Crystal Palace had opportunities of their own, outnumbering City’s on-target efforts in the first half.
But 12 minutes after halftime, Man City scored from their first two shots on target. The first goal was scored by Aguero (57), followed by a goal from Torres (59) 83 seconds later to secure the win.
With this victory, Man City just needs three more points to clinch the title.
Brighton 2 – 0 Leeds United
Brighton got off to a quick start when Ezgjan Alioski fouled Welbeck inside the area. The penalty was converted by Pascal Gross (14).
Danny Welbeck scored the second goal with less than 10 minutes left in the game to secure a 2-0 victory over Leeds.
Chelsea 2 – 0 Fulham
Chelsea took the lead in the 10th minute thanks to Kai Havertz’s lofted finish from Mason Mount’s through pass.
Kai Havertz scored his second four minutes into the second half with another composed finish.
Chelsea’s victory sees them move to within two points of third-place Leicester.
Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa
Ollie Watkins’ early goal put Aston Villa ahead following Mason Holgate’s error (13).
However, Dominic Calvert-Lewin equalized from Lucas Digne’s corner six minutes later (19).
But, with the game heading for a draw, El Ghazi (80) curled a shot into the far corner to secure a vital away win for Villa.