Wow! Manchester united become the first Football club in Europe to get to a century.
Manchester City kept the pressure on Premier League leaders Liverpool with a convincing 3-0 victory at bottom club Huddersfield on Sunday afternoon.
Harry Winks scored a last minute winner as Tottenham came from behind to beat Fulham later in the day.
Here, Sportsmail brings you a round-up of all the things you might have missed from Sunday’s action.Wagner’s farewell message
David Wagner parted ways with Huddersfield on Monday after three-and-a-half years and the German was given a chance to deliver a message to the club’s fans during Sunday’s Premier League game.
The John Smith’s Stadium was awash with tributes to Wagner with fans showing their appreciation for his contribution to the club.
And there were emotional scenes as his recorded parting message was shown on the big screens.He said: ‘When you come, you always have the hope you work together and have a backpack full of memories and I can tell you my backpack after three-and-a-half years in charge of this football club is full of positive memories and the biggest reasons are you because you made this happen and I want to thank you for all the support.
‘You made this place a home for me. It is because of you and the atmosphere you created. It is for sure the best in the PL. Thank you to everyone who supported Christoph and me, the board, Dean Hoyle the chairman and most of all the players. In Germany we always say we will see you twice and it is my gut feeling I will see you again.’City first into the 100 club
Manchester City cruised to victory at Huddersfield and hit quite the milestone in doing so.
Danilo opened the scoring in the 18th minute with what was the club’s 100th goal in all competitions this season. Second half strikes from Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane would take their total to 102.
No other team across Europe’s major leagues has reached that total yet with PSG the next highest scorers on 90. Barcelona, Sevilla and Spurs make up the rest of the top five.Aguero’s odd socks
There was plenty to please the eye from Man City on Sunday but there was one thing about Pep Guardiola’s team that didn’t look quite right.
Fans watching the game quickly noticed that star man Sergio Aguero seemed to be wearing different coloured socks to the rest of his team-mates.
While the other nine outfield players wore the primarily orange socks that make up part of the third kit, Aguero’s looked to be mainly purple.
Some viewers claimed it simply looked that way because he had folded them over but it certainly was enough to trigger the OCD in many.