Leicester secured top spot after an eventful series of matches in the English Premier League while Tottenham's Harry Kane continued his landmark week by scoring his 150th EPL goal.
Jamie Vardy scored the only goal from the penalty spot - missing another later on - as Leicester beat Wolves 1-0 to move one point clear of Tottenham, who had earlier claimed top spot with a 1-0 win at West Brom thanks to Kane's winner.
Champions Liverpool, who began the weekend on top, had a chance to regain pole position in the weekend's eagerly-awaited big match but they were held to a 1-1 draw at Manchester City after Kevin De Bruyne missed a penalty for Pep Guardiola's side.
Vardy made no mistake from the penalty spot after Max Kilman was adjudged to have handled but he missed when James Justin was fouled by Rayan Ait-Nouri.
Wolves came into the match in the second half but Leicester held on to end up on top of the pile.
"We were outstanding in the first half," Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers said.
"Overall it's a big, big three points and we have nine wins in 11 games."
Liverpool took the lead after 13 minutes at Manchester City when Mo Salah converted a penalty after Sadio Mane was fouled by Kyle Walker.
City equalised on 31 minutes through a sharp turn and finish from Gabriel Jesus but De Bruyne put his spot kick wide after a handball was given against Joe Gomez.
The second half was a more pedestrian affair and both sides ended up settling for a point to leave Liverpool third, one point off the top, while City are five points behind in 11th, with a game in hand.
England striker Kane headed his winner two minutes from time in Tottenham's 1-0 win to follow up his 200th goal for Spurs in all competitions during their midweek Europa League victory in Ludogorets.
His 13th goal of the season briefly gave Tottenham the top spot, before Leicester pushed them into second, while West Brom remain third-bottom.
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris saved superbly from West Brom's Karlan Grant and Kane headed Matt Doherty's cross over goalkeeper Sam Johnstone to snatch all three points.
Ollie Watkins hit a quickfire double as Aston Villa stunned Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium to return to winning ways.
Dean Smith's side recorded a famous victory over Premier League champions Liverpool earlier in the season and proved that it was more than a one-off as they outclassed the Gunners to leave north London with a 3-0 win.
Watkins, who had helped himself to a hat-trick against Liverpool, scored a second-half double to add to Bukayo Saka's own goal.