Liverpool and Manchester City matched each other blow for blow in the title race once again, while Tottenham kept up the pressure with a nervy win.
Meanwhile, on the continent, Real Madrid triumphed against city rivals Atletico and Cristiano Ronaldo impressed for Juventus.
We’ve rounded up the best of the action on and off the pitch.
A man of the match display and a superb goal all while suffering from the sh*ts. He’s starting to get the recognition he deserves.
Well out of order, that.
Cristiano Ronaldo thier GOAT pic.twitter.com/896H5j9YpE
— BT Media (@BTMediaTape) February 10, 2019
Absolutely classic Mike Dean.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) February 10, 2019
What a save.
Sticking with the goalkeepers’ union, Lloris was back to his best to play a crucial role in Tottenham’s win over Leicester City.
He makes this look far too easy.
This is incredibly satisfying.
Krzysztof Piatek goal for AC Milan. Fans chanting in sync with the celebration!
PUT SOUND ON! 🔥🔫🔫🔫pic.twitter.com/A9W3Zs7ayq
— Mozo Football (@MozoSports) February 10, 2019
Admittedly the least he could do, but still.
Rudiger staying to apologise to Chelsea fans.
At least he cares pic.twitter.com/lmLyEprK1c
— Lewis (@CarefreeLewisG) February 10, 2019
He really, really, really shouldn’t be scoring from here.
— TNT Sports LA (@TNTSportsLA) February 10, 2019
A no-look backheel pass to help set up Watford’s win over Everton. He’s a centre-back FFS.
This pass from Craig Cathcart is the greatest thing that's ever happened pic.twitter.com/hicdvzAggd
— David Anderson (@danderson_96) February 9, 2019
That face tap.
Football Is Brilliant. pic.twitter.com/8J6VFMhoyu
— MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) February 11, 2019
Put the seal on a 3-1 win for Real – his 100th goal for the club – then made the Atleti fans go absolutely mental. Just what you want in a derby.
Callando bocas DON GARETH BALE⚽️🎩🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/WWi82MdDLK
— Orgullo Madridista (@anticulerdos_) February 10, 2019
Paul Pogba would be proud of this penalty from the Brazil Under-20s player.
The former Blackpool and Leeds striker was named Cheltenham’s Player of the Month for January and was awarded with a voucher for a cheeky Nando’s.
This is silly.
Manchester City beats Chelsea 6-0 to take over the top spot in the Premier League table.
Since the calendar flipped to 2019, Man City has scored 42 goals in all competitions, more than twice as many as any other Premier League team (Tottenham has 20 and Wolverhampton has 17). pic.twitter.com/rg179MuL1w
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 10, 2019
An 11th Premier League hat-trick to equal Alan Shearer’s long-standing record. F*cking hell he’s good.
Actually, he’s rubbish.