Salah and Liverpool also reached lovely feats during Saturday's 3-0 win over Bournemouth.

Matchday 16 of the Premier League is all but done and dusted, with Arsenal's trip to West Ham being the only remaining fixture from this round. While Man United, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Leicester all enjoyed this round, the weekend games did not treat Man City and Chelsea well.

The Citizens stumbled once again, losing 2-1 at home to Man Utd in the Manchester Derby while the Blues were beaten 3-1 at Everton. Spurs beat Burnley 5-0 and the Reds continued their march to the title with a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth. Here are the best stats from the weekend action.

Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool – Liverpool's unbeaten run continues

The Reds are now on a club-record unbeaten run, going 33 games without a single defeat – the 3-0 win over Bournemouth being the most recent result. They are still 16 games off Arsenal's famous 49-game unbeaten run but given their form, they could reach that feat.

Salah reaches lovely feat in the win over the Cherries

The 3-0 win over Bournemouth saw Mohamed Salah make his 100th appearance in the Premier League. The Egyptian ace marked this special occasion with a second-half goal, taking his tally to 63 marks. Only Shearer, Van Nistelrooy, and Aguero had more goals after their first 100 Premier League games.

Tottenham 5-0 Burnley – Mourinho ends his wait

Tottenham's 5-0 win over Burnley was nothing short of impressive, from the result, to the performance, to Son's incredible solo goal. The victory was also the first time a team managed by Mourinho scored five goals since January 2015.

Man City 1-2 Man Utd – Guardiola sets unwanted record in Manchester Derby defeat

If Man City fans thought the title race was all but over, this was the final nail to the coffin. Losing 2-1 at home to Man United means the Citizens are now a whopping 14 points behind league leaders Liverpool. No team in English top-flight history has overturned a 14-point deficit to win the title.

Furthermore, this is Guardiola's worst points tally after 16 matches in a top-flight season, racking up only 32 points. All is not well at the Etihad Stadium.

Aston Villa 1-4 Leicester City – the Foxes and Vardy make history

Who would have thought Leicester would be the closest team rivaling Liverpool for the title but that is the case this season. Their 4-1 victory saw them set a club record, winning eight games in a row for the first time.

Jamie Vardy scored a brace to set a record as well, becoming the first player to score in eight consecutive Premier League games since himself back in August to November 2015. He's also only the second player to pull off this feat twice alongside Van Nistelrooy.