Swansea takes passing football crown from Arsenal
Wing wonder Nathan Dyer was the top points scoring player at the weekend with five points.
The diminutive wide-man inspired Swansea to a sensational 3-2 win over previous pass-masters Arsenal, collecting a goal and an assist.
The Gunners went ahead in just the fifth minute when Robin van Persie beat Michel Vorm at his near post, but Danny Graham won it for the Welsh outfit, midway through the second half.
Wayne Rooney registered four points as Manchester United got back to winning ways in the league by beating Bolton 3-0.
The Red Devil recovered from missing a second successive penalty by setting up returning hero Paul Scholes and young striker Danny Welbeck.
Luis Antonio Valencia impressed on the right wing and Michael Carrick sealed the victory with a cultured left-foot shot.
Blackburn moved out of the bottom three by thrashing Fulham 3-1, despite playing with 10-men for most of the match.
Yakubu was sent off in the 23rd minute, but Rovers grabbed a fourth win of the season thanks to goals from Morten Gamst Pedersen, David Dunn and Mauro Formica.
Tottenham lost ground in their title challenge after drawing 1-1 with Wolves, Liverpool drew a blank against Stoke and Chelsea beat Sunderland by a single Frank Lampard goal to nil.