It was an eventful weekend in the world of football, not just on the pitch but in the stands as well.
Here, we take a look at the top 10 pictures for the weekend.
As much as I hate to admit it, Alexis Sanchez’s strop after getting subbed off in the 79th minute against Swansea is one of the images that stands out. Big baby.
Arsenal win at Swansea could lead to success at the end of the rainbow https://t.co/JQGgLSuNST #London pic.twitter.com/oEya8y7YsH
— London News (@DaiIyLONDON) January 16, 2017
On the bright side, check out this rainbow over the Liberty Stadium as Arsenal thrashed the Swans 4-0 on their turf.
Tom Davies scored in front of the Everton crowd during their 4-0 win over Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp seems to hate Jose Mourinho just as much as the rest of us, so that’s reassuring.
Former Gunner, Lukasz Fabianski, watches Iwobi’s second deflected shot bounce off former Tottenham man, Kyle Naughton, and into his goal.
David Moyes’ face as Sunderland got comfortably beaten 3-1 by Stoke was quite something.
Big 17, aka Alex Iwobi, thought he’d scored twice against Swansea. However, given the deflections both goals took, they were chalked up as assists.
Pep Guardiola's heaviest defeat in 275 League games as a manager.
Everton that. pic.twitter.com/PA6tTw80Yh
— Tony Scott (@Tony_Scott11) January 15, 2017
Pep Guardiola getting beaten 4-0 by Everton despite having the lion’s share of… just about everything… will forever amuse me.
Arsene Wenger’s somewhat evil smile after Arsenal beat Swansea 4-0. It’s good to see the boss grinning like a Cheshire cat again.
Watford put on a heartwarming tribute to former manager, Graham Taylor, who sadly passed away during the week. It was emotional and classy.