Premier League: What happened in the English top flight on Saturday?

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Dele Alli bought a late stage for Tottenham since VAR against Watford took centre stage in the Premier League on Saturday.
Abdoulaye Doucoure swept home Daryl Janmaats cross but if Hornets goalkeeper Ben Foster flapped in a Storm that was late, Alli controlled the ball into the unguarded net before firing with his shoulder.
The movie referee gave the goal following a critique, but the huge screen inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium indicated that Allis strike had been disallowed. The target was given and Watford were denied their first win of the season.
Quique Sanchez Flores side had a claim for a penalty turned down from the video referee after Gerard Deulofeu was introduced from Jan Vertonghen in the first half.
In the King Power Stadium, VAR ruled out Chris Wood goal as Leicester City marked the anniversary of the passing of operator Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha with a 2-1 victory over Burnley.
Woods powerful header opened the scoring for the Clarets, but goals from Youri Tielemans both sides of half-time and Jamie Vardy put the Foxes from the driving seat.
The Burnley forwards idea hed salvaged a draw because of his unwanted eight minutes from time, however, the video referee ruled that the 27-year-old had inadvertently tripped Jonny Evans from the build-up.
Marcos Alonso scored this games sole aim as Chelsea beat Newcastle move to the top and to claim their fifth consecutive league victory.
Frank Lampards side fought to make clear-cut opportunities in an even first half at Stamford Bridge, but Alonsos excellent angled drive earned Frank Lampards group all three points with 17 seconds remaining.
At the afternoons early match, Everton lifted the pressure boss Marco Silva having a deserved 2-0 victory over a disappointing West Ham in Goodison Park.
Bernard finished a flowing Toffees move to start the scoring, prior to substitute Gylfi Sigurdsson sealed the win from the edge of their playground.
Matt Targett scored late on to earn Aston Villa a 2-1 triumph over Brighton at Villa Park. Aaron Mooy was dismissed for a second bookable offence in the first half, although the deadlock broke with a free header for the Seagulls.
Conor Hourihane needed a goal chalked off with VAR afterwards, but Jack Grealish fired residence Frederic Guilberts cross before Targett clinched the win with the last kick of the match.
Raul Jimenezs punishment cancelled out Danny Ings attack to make a 1-1 draw at home to Wolves to Southampton.
Ings discovered the bottom corner to give the Saints the lead eight minutes into the second half, but Jimenez – whose VAR for an handball disallowed first-half strike – slotted home after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg had triggered Matt Doherty.
At the Vitality Stadium, Norwich City held Bournemouth to a goalless draw to claim their first away point as gaining promotion.
Crystal Palace sponsor Manchester City at Saturdays late match (17:30 BST), prior league leaders Liverpool journey to Manchester United in Sundays sole match (16:30 BST).
Sheffield United welcome top-four hopefuls Arsenal to Bramall Lane on Monday evening (20:00 BST).

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