Arsenal suffered a shock loss 2-1 loss to Watford at the Emirates in the English Premier League on Tuesday night.
It was Watford’s first Premier League away win at Arsenal as two goals in the first 13 minutes set up the 2-1 victory.
Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Younes Kaboul opened the scoring with a powerful drive aided by a deflection off Aaron Ramsey, who limped off with an injury.
Watford’s second came three minutes later as Troy Deeney slotted in after Petr Cech parried Etienne Capoue’s shot into his path.
But Alex Iwobi slotted in from Alexis Sanchez’s chipped cross on 54 minutes and Lucas Perez crashed an effort against the crossbar as Arsenal piled the pressure on in the second half, but Watford held on.
Chelsea and Liverpool played a 1-1 draw at Anfield as the visitors missed the chance of an 11-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Georginio Wijnaldum’s header earned Liverpool the equalizer after David Luiz’s 25th minute free-kick had put them ahead.
Chelsea could have taken all three points but Diego Costa’s penalty was saved by Mignolet.
In other matches, Crystal Palace beat Bournemouth 2-0 at the Vitality Stadium while relegation threatened Sunderland played a goalless draw with Tottenham Hotspur to ensure all top teams dropped points on the night.
Elsewhere Sam Voke’s 87th minute goal was all Burnley needed to beat Leicester City 1-0 at Turf Moor while Middleborough and West Brom played a 1-1 draw in a keenly contested encounter at the Riverside Stadium.
Swansea City defeated Southampton 2-1 at the Liberty Stadium.
Chelsea have swept the board for the Premier League’s individual monthly honours for November with Diego Costa, Antonio Conte and Pedro claiming the prizes.
Costa claimed the EA Sports Player of the Month award with two goals and two assists as Chelsea won three straight matches against Everton, Middlesbrough and Tottenham Hotspur to extend their winning run to seven consecutive Premier League victories.
This meant Conte was rewarded with his second successive Barclays Manager of the Month award.
Pedro received the Carling Goal of the Month award for his curling strike in the 2-1 win against Spurs.
Costa and Conte claimed their awards after receiving the most votes from a panel of experts, Premier League captains and the public were combined.
Pedro also came out on top after a combination of votes from a panel of experts and the public, who voted via the Carling Tap.
The Premier League 2 Player of the Month award went to Josh Sims, the Southampton winger.
Real Madrid Coach, Zinedine Zidane says the team will not take anything for granted as the defending champions target their third win in Tuesday night’s UEFA Champions League clash against Sporting Lisbon.
Real Madrid trail Borussia Dortmund with two points in Group F after four games while sporting are third in the group with just one victory.
Real beat Atletico Madrid 3-0 last Saturday in the La Liga but Zidane anticipates a very difficult match against Sporting.
Sporting Coach, Jorge Jesus acknowledged Real Madrid’s quality, but says if his team perform the way they did in Madrid, losing just 2-1, the dream stays alive.
Leicester City can make sure of their place in the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday if they beat Club Brugge at the King Power Stadium.
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur travel to AS Monaco knowing anything less than a win will see them fail to progress if Bayer Leverkusen beat CSKA Moscow.
Elsewhere, Sevilla and Juventus clash at the top of Group H, while Borussia Dortmund take on Legia Warsaw.
Liverpool have qualified for the Europa League semi-finals with a dramatic fight back to defeat Borussia Dortmund 4-3 at Anfield.
Goals from Origi, Coutinho, Sakho and Lovren helped Klopp triumph in the dying minutes of the game against his former club on Thursday night.
Two quick goals by Henrikh Mkhitaryan in the fifth minute and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the ninth minute half had left Liverpool shocked and on the verge of exit without a fight.
Pressure mounted for the fans as the setback was followed by series of missed chances that left the Anfield faithful frustrated.
The second half started well for Liverpool and the early pressure paid off in the 48th minute through Origi but just when Liverpool thought they were launching a comeback, Marco Reus silenced the home fans with a lovely finish, which left Klopp visibly furious.
Two goals down and three away goals already for Dortmund with less than 30 minutes to play, Liverpool needed three goals without conceding any more goals to win on aggregate, having drawn the first leg 1-1 in Germany.
They made it 3-4 on aggregate in the 66th minute after James Milner played a one-two with Coutinho on the edge of the box, with the Brazilian star guiding home a great strike.
The Brazilian turned the provider of the equalizer in the 77th minutes as he whipped a corner in from the left-hand side with Sturridge managing to do enough to let the ball run past him at the near post!
Former PSG centre-back, Mamadou Sakho was quickest to react and turned home a close-range finish to make it 4-4 on aggregate.
Anfield went wild and they could only pray a complete miracle. One more goal and Liverpool would be in the semis. Both coaches made changes to make the best of the final minutes of the game.
There were four minutes of stoppage time and the pressure got to Schmelzer who picked up a yellow card for petulance, with Dortmund’s tempers flaring after a free-kick was awarded to Liverpool.
The Reds, however, maintained focus and the free-kick was taken short by Milner to Sturridge, with the latter then feeding the former to the right byline. He hung up a lovely cross, with Lovren rising highest at the back post to guide home a thumping header.
It was the 91st minutes and Liverpool had done the unthinkable; fighting back from being 1-3 down to defeat Dortmund 4-3 and qualifying for the semi-final 5-4 on aggregate.
This could go down as one of the greatest nights in Europa League history.