1. After a week of seeing plenty of Chelsea’s ugly side, it was a pleasant change to see Juan Mata and Eden Hazard doing their stuff.
2. It was a close call between Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale to find the worst dive of the weekend.
3. After letting a two-goal lead slip against Swansea, Reading must be wondering if they will ever win a league game.
4. Since the Premier League insist on taking so many videos off YouTube, Steven Caulker will probably be able to tell his kids about how his first Premier League goal for Spurs was a flamboyant backheel.
5. For a striker whose finishing is usually strangely lacking, Franco Di Santo’s finish against Everton for Wigan was pretty emphatic.
6. In fact, the only striker in the Premier League that was more emphatic this weekend was Jos Hoiveld’s own goal in the Southampton vs Fulham match.
7. Tom Cleverley is a big fibber. The Manchester United man is maintaining his overhit cross for Robin Van Persie was a genuine attempt to find the top the corner.
8. Theo Walcott staked his claim for a striker position at Arsenal. Unfortunately, he did in the same match that Olivier Giroud decided to prove that he is capable of hitting a cow’s backside with a banjo.
9. QPR fans must have been wondering if the FA could have stretched to banning Anton Ferdinand for a few games too over the John Terry incident. He was more of a hindrance than a help at the centre of their defence against West Brom.
10. On the rare occasions that Cheick Tiote’s emotions spill over, he really goes for it.