Burnley host Arsenal at Turf Moor on Sunday afternoon.
Newcastle United picked up a vital three points against Rotherham as they continued their search for promotion this season.
Vincent Janssen joined Tottenham Hotspur from AZ in the summer transfer window.
The Sunderland midfielder was easily their best player in the draw with West Bromwich Albion.
Jürgen Klopp watched his team climb to second in the table with a fourth successive Premier League victory at Swansea, but the Liverpool manager admitted he was “very angry” with his players during the interval after a poor opening 45 minutes.
If Rory McIlroy’s significance to Europe was obvious in advance of this Ryder Cup, few could have envisaged his rising status as battle fever gripped Hazeltine. McIlroy might be the most unlikely of pantomime villains given his routine popularity both on and off the course but that is precisely his role as cast by the galleries here.
Whatever degree of momentum the Americans had enjoyed after Friday morning’s dramatic foursomes sweep had long been exhausted when Lee Westwood and Danny Willett teed off Saturday’s fourball match against JB Holmes and Ryan Moore beneath a cloudless sky and baking Minnesota sun.
Darren Clarke insisted Europe’s Ryder Cup team are not without Sunday hope, despite trailing the USA by three points heading into the singles at Hazeltine.
The Southampton striker has been in fine form.
Finding appropriate context or comparison for the behaviour of spectators at a Ryder Cup is not particularly easy.
Dani Carvajal wrote the headlines with his stunning winner for Real Madrid against Sevilla, but Marco Asensio and Lucas Vasquez also impressed in Norway.
Burnley could still do with adding some depth to their squad in wide positions, and Liverpool's Sheyi Ojo might be a reasonable loan prospect.
The club are still well positioned to enjoy a fantastic campaign.