Sean Dyche’s men were defeated 4-2 at the King Power Stadium as we round-up the winners and losers from an action-packed few days across the top-flight.
Scroll and click through the pages to see which teams, managers and players shone and struggled over the weekend and Monday:
1. W: Leeds United
Leeds earned their first top-flight victory in 16 years at home to Fulham but another 4-3 scoreline prompted Tony Pulis into warning the “unique” Marcelo Bielsa that his style of play will see his side caught out defensively.
Photo: OLI SCARFF
2. L: VAR
Not once but twice have Sheffield United left Aston Villa feeling aggrieved at VAR. Chris Wilder declared himself “completely confused”, not just for the incidents at Villa Park but across the weekend too.
Photo: Julian Finney
3. W: Heung-min Son
The Tottenham Hotspur forward became the 28th player to score four or more goals in a Premier League match during a 5-2 win for Jose Mourinho’s men at Southampton.
Photo: ANDREW BOYERS
4. L: Kevin Friend
BBC pundit Danny Murphy slammed Friend’s decision to show a red card to Brighton’s Yves Bissouma after accidentally studding Jamal Lewis in the face, labelling it ludicrous and a shambles.
Photo: Alex Pantling