There were three more Premier League games taking place on Super Sunday.
Here’s what went down.
Greenwood winner makes history for United
Scorers: Greenwood 80′.
Manchester United have set the record for the longest unbeaten away run in English Football League history after beating Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.
The Red Devils have now avoided defeat on the road for 28 games, which eclipses a new record thanks to Mason Greenwood’s 80th-minute winner.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side did ride their luck at times with Aaron Wan-Bisakka producing a stunning, last-gasp block to deny Francisco Trincão’s shot off the line in the opening five minutes.
David De Gea then pulled off a stunning double-save to deny Romain Säiss, first to keep out his header before getting up to deny the rebound from four yards out as Bruno Lage’s men continued to spurn their chances.
They were to pay for that wastefulness as Greenwood beat Marcal before delivering a powerful right-footed drive to beat José Sá to keep up United’s unbeaten start to the season.
Son strike earns win for Spurs
Scorers: Son 42′.
Tottenham Hotspur will go into the international break top of the Premier League after earning their third consecutive 1-0 victory over Watford.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s team finally broke the deadlock in this game three minutes before half-time, when Son Heung-min whipped a free-kick into the box and it evaded everyone including Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann before nestling into the far corner of the net.
Ismalia Sarr had a golden opportunity to equalise for the Hornets early in the second half but his shot was blocked by Davinson Sánchez from inside the six yard box.
Harry Kane is still looking for his first goal of the season but came close in the dying minutes when his powerful half-volley from close range was well saved by Bachmann, but Spurs held out to lead the rest of the division after three games.
Bamford signs off perfect week with late equaliser
Scorers: Wood 63′; Bamford 85′.
Patrick Bamford celebrated his England call-up by scoring a late equaliser to earn Leeds a point in a feisty contest at Turf Moor.
Burnley had taken advantage of their constant pressure in the second half to take the lead through Chris Wood, who turned Matt Lowton’s goal-bound shot in from close range after the visitors had failed to clear a corner.
That was the 30,000th goal scored in Premier League history but it wasn’t enough to give Sean Dyche’s side their first league victory of the season as Bamford equalised with five minutes to go.
The Leeds striker poked in from inside the box after Jamie Shackleton’s shot deflected into his path.