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Premier League review: Mourinho's whining is wearing thin, Fernandes fits at Man United, Burnley get lucky

Another wild weekend in the Premier League is done and dusted. We get you caught up on the action with the Weekend Review.

JUMP TO: Mourinho's moaning | Vertonghen done at Spurs? | Giroud could be key for Chelsea | Fernandes fits at Man United | Arsenal's A+ attack | Lazaro's woe | Leicester's slide continues | Smith unleashes on Villa | Gomes' return a boost for Everton | Burnley get lucky

Mourinho's complaining at Spurs is counter-productive

Manchester United's third goal on Sunday, a bow...

Arsenal, Arteta took time to jell, but this team is going places after hanging on to beat Everton

LONDON -- The roar of relief that greeted the final whistle in Arsenal's ramshackle 3-2 victory over Everton told its own story.

In front of the dugouts, Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta turned to embrace his coaching staff. On the pitch, his players shared tired, happy hugs with each other, their smiles reflecting both satisfaction after a hard afternoon's work and awareness of the good fortune that had enabled them to emerge with all three points.

Those who watch Arsenal closely discerned Arteta's...

Saka, Aubameyang both 7/10 in glimpse of Arsenal's future

Steve Nicol says Arsenal have a new mentality under Mikel Arteta and just need personnel changes to dominate.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's brace helps Arsenal see out a 3-2 win over Everton.
Ale Moreno outlines the good and bad from Arsenal's 3-2 win vs. Everton.

Mikel Arteta's Arsenal made it four wins in their last five thanks to two goals from Pierre-Emerick either side of the break. The Gunners' 3-2 win against Everton sees them remain unbeaten in 2020, and close the gap on some of the sides above them in the race for European spots.

The home side started -- and finished -- slowly and went behind to an overhead kick from Dominic Calvert-Lewin, but they rallied to take the lead. First, Eddie Nketiah volleyed home sub Bukayo Saka's delicious cross, before...

Fernandes, Man United are building momentum in top-four race with easy win vs. Watford

MANCHESTER, England -- Manchester United's ups and downs this season have been enough to induce motion sickness, but there are signs that maybe, just maybe, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has found a remedy. The Norwegian watched his team bush Watford aside with a 3-0 win at Old Trafford on Sunday and while the performance was impressive, the biggest positive was what it means for the bigger picture.

United built on victory at Chelsea by winning back-to-back Premier League games for just the third time...