With the FA Cup quarter-finals taking place, there were just three Premier League games on Saturday, all taking place at 3pm.
Bournemouth took on Newcastle united, Burnley hosted Leicester City and West Ham United faced Huddersfield Town in matches scattered around the Premier League table.
But how did the games go down? Read on for all the key details.
Bournemouth 2-2 Newcastle United
The match summed up in one stat… Among Norwegians, only Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (91) has scored more goals in the Premier League than Josh King (41).
What does this mean for the Premier League? Bournemouth have jumped up to 11th in the Premier League, while Newcastle remain 13th.
Man of the match? Josh King scored twice in the second half and looked to have won the game for Bournemouth before Matt Ritchie’s late equaliser.
Spare a thought for… 23.7% of Fantasy Football users. Callum Wilson scored on his return to Bournemouth last weekend and had been backed to do so again, in a gameweek consisting of just five matches. But the Englishman drew a blank, being upstaged by team-mate Josh King.
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Burnley 1-2 Leicester City
The match summed up in one stat… Burnley have conceded 10 Premier League goals in the 90th minute or later this season.
What does this mean for the Premier League? Despite the win, Leicester remain 10th in the Premier League due to other results going against them. Meanwhile, Burnley stay in 17th.
Man of the match? James Maddison was a threat as usual for Leicester, scoring his second direct free-kick of the season – the first player to do so for the Foxes. Three chances created also saw him move outright as Europe’s most creative player (84).
Spare a thought for… Demarai Gray. The Englishman barely had a chance to show Brendan Rodgers what he is capable of before being taken off after just seven minutes due to Harry Maguire’s red card.
West Ham United 4-3 Huddersfield Town
The match summed up in one stat… Javier Hernandez has scored 52 goals in the Premier League, all of which have come from inside the penalty area.
What does this mean for the Premier League? Huddersfield remain bottom of the Premier League, 16 points off safety with just seven games left to play. Meanwhile, West Ham stay ninth but open up a four-point gap on 11th-placed Bournemouth.
Man of the match? Javier Hernandez scored twice late on to complete West Ham’s dramatic comeback and break Huddersfield hearts.
Spare a thought for… Jan Siewert. Things were looking so good for Huddersfield after 65 minutes, 3-1 up against West Ham and cruising to their best win of the season. But, as Terriers fans have become so accustomed to, Huddersfield crumbled, shipping three goals in the final 15 minutes to receive their 23rd defeat of the season.
15′: West Ham 1-0 Huddersfield
17′: West Ham 1-1 Huddersfield
30′: West Ham 1-2 Huddersfield
65′: West Ham 1-3 Huddersfield
75′: West Ham 2-3 Huddersfield
84′: West Ham 3-3 Huddersfield
90′: West Ham 4-3 Huddersfield
Comeback complete. 👏 pic.twitter.com/zqiZJCFaj4
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) March 16, 2019