The Premier League is a bit unpredictable, isn't it? 

This weekend was filled with goals, incident and drama, and here's six of the best moments we've picked out across the fixtures. Enjoy...

Best Game

Premier League clubs seem to love a 3-3 draw. Not only were Newcastle, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal involved in six-goal thrillers in midweek, but there was another goal-fest this weekend at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea's match with Everton lit up after half time, but the Toffees will be kicking themselves and no doubt feel aggrieved that they failed to leave with three points. Having led 2-0 and 3-2 into the seventh minute of added time, John Terry (an offside John Terry) popped up to turn the ball home to salvage a point.

It was a frantic second half and the second time this season Everton have let a late lead slip even later. No matter your affinities, this match was something to behold.

Oh and it featured Diego Costa at his VERY best.

Best Worst Premier League Debut

You'd think a defender coming in from Bayern Munich would know how to defend. But nobody's quite sure what happened to new Sunderland signing Jan Kirchhoff against Tottenham on Saturday, as he endured one of the worst debuts in recent memory.

The game was finely balanced at 1-1 when he came on, but within eight minutes of his debut Spurs scored twice - and his half-hearted attempt to block Christian Eriksen's shot for 3-1 did him no favours. He then clumsily gave away a penalty for Harry Kane to round off the scoring, and was criticised by his new manager post-match.

Poor lad.

Best Save

There were a number of goalkeepers across the country making tip-top saves over the weekend, but Stoke City's match with Arsenal saw the only total shut-out, so it's right to choose the best save from the Britannia.

Petr Cech made a couple of top stops, but Jack Butland's dive to deny Olivier Giroud wins out this time around. Arsenal's in form striker directed a header low to the bottom corner and must have thought he'd scored - but for Butland's excellent reflexes.

He'd denied the Frenchman in the first half too after he was played through on goal, as featured above.

Best Smash and Grab

Manchester United were poor at Liverpool. They struggled to keep the ball, would often lump it up to the helpless and unsupported Wayne Rooney and had to (again) rely on goalkeeper David de Gea to bail them out of some sticky situations. But they still won.

And in matches like those, the result is all that matters. Rooney struck after Liverpool failed to defend a corner properly, capitalising on a ball dropping down from the crossbar to smash home the winner.

It was their only shot on target, but these victories are the sweetest. Phil Jones clearly enjoyed it, didn't he? 

I'm just going to whisper it, but they might even just be back in the title race...

Best Assist

​It's not a direct assist for the statisticians, but Jonjo Shelvey's contribution in the lead up to Newcastle's second goal on Saturday can't be overlooked.

Shelvey was making his debut at St. James' Park, and fired a wonderful drilled pass into the path of Daryl Janmaat down the right hand side. The Dutchman took the ball in his stride and squared for Georginio Wijnaldum to score, but Shelvey started the move off.

Magpies fans will be hoping for more of the same, please.

Best Goal

​Back at Stamford Bridge, and Kevin Mirallas earns the title for best goal of the weekend. He fired Everton into a 2-0 lead against Chelsea with a sublime bit of skill.

Leighton Baines was found on the left flank, and he picked out a ball which went in front of Chelsea's defenders and slightly behind the Belgian. Mirallas though took a wonderful first touch and expertly smashed the ball past Thibaut Courtois in one fell swoop.

It's a shame it wasn't quite enough to win...

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