Their comeback victory came after Arsenal had beaten leaders Liverpool on Sunday. Alisson and Virgil van Dijk were guilty of mistakes in a clash in the capital that could prove decisive in the race for the trophy, with Phil Foden's hat-trick putting City right back in the thick of it.
Tottenham kicked off Saturday by conceding late to draw 2-2 at Everton. Crystal Palace were then hammered by rivals Brighton to pile more pressure on under-fire manager Roy Hodgson, while Chelsea loanee David Datro Fofana scored twice off the bench to earn Burnley a point against Fulham and Newcastle and Luton played out an eight-goal thriller at St James' Park, drawing 4-4.
Sheffield United were 4-0 down against Aston Villa inside just 30 minutes in the day's late kick-off at Bramall Lane, going on to lose 5-0.