Last year’s beaten finalists Chelsea have taken another step to going one better in the FA Cup while Bayern Munich have matched Barcelona’s six-trophy haul from 2009.
The Blues were well worth the victory that lifted them into sixth spot with 36 points while Tottenham, who topped the table in December, have slumped to eighth.
- by Rob Harris
Chelsea also notched their first win under Thomas Tuchel on a day when London rivals Tottenham stuttered and champions Liverpool got their mojo back.
- by Steve Douglas
Losing compounded a miserable 70 hours in which Liverpool were also beaten at home by Burnley in a further blow to their title defence.
Manchester City struck three times in 16 minutes with Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne on target to put their title rivals on notice.
- by Martyn Herman
Try as he might, Timo Werner just cannot score for Chelsea at the moment. Fortunately for the Germany star, his fellow strikers are finding the net.
Chelsea lost in the Premier League for the second time in four days as Pedro Neto scored in the fifth minute of stoppage time to earn Wolverhampton a 2-1 win.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United enjoyed comfortable wins in the Premier League on Saturday as fans returned to stadiums after an eight-month absence.
Olivier Giroud scored four goals for Chelsea in their win over Sevilla, becoming the oldest player in the Champions League era to score a hat-trick in the competition.