Son Heung Min scored a late goal to hand Tottenham a 1-0 victory over Newcastle at Wembley to go second in the Premier League.

Son scored seven minutes from time, his long-range shot slipping through the hands of Martin Dubravka.

The result lifted Spurs one point above Manchester City, who play Sunday, and four behind leaders Liverpool, who play Monday.

Chelsea also moved to fourth above Arsenal with a 5-0 thumping of bottom side Huddersfield.

Eden Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain grabbed a brace each before a David Luiz header was turned in by Huddersfield defender to complete the thrashing.

In other matche, Cardiff City beat Bournemouth 2-0 in an emotional match, the first game at home since the tragic disappearance of their new signing Emiliano Sala.

Bobby Reid scored the opener in the fifth minute after Steve Cook handled the ball in the box.

His second goal came in the 46th minute to give Cardiff the much-needed win.

At Goodison Park, Wolves brushed off the bad omen of a black cat on the pitch to thump Everton 3-1.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side made it 10 goals in their past three Premier League outings as they capitalised on some generous Everton defending.

Although Andre Gomes struck to cancel out Ruben Neves’s early penalty, Raul Jimenez had the visitors back in front just before the break and Leander Dendoncker made sure in the 66th minute.

A black cat crossing in front of Wolves’ goal in the second half might have been an omen suggesting Everton could get back into it but on the day they were second best.

At Selhurst Park, host Crystal Palace beat Fulham 2-0 with Luka Milivojevic penalty in the first half and a late winner from Jeffrey Schlupp.  At the Amex Stadium, host Brighton were held to a barren draw by Watford.

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