Spurs on the rampage against Wigan
Tottenham Hotspurs went on a scoring spree to beat Wigan Athletic 9-1 at White Hart Lane in the English Premiership.
This is Spurs biggest victory in the English Premiership and its only the second time that a team has scored nine goals in an English Premiership match.
The only other team to have scored nine goals is Manchester United in a 9-nil victory over Ipswich in 1995.
The result means that the Spurs has now scored 32 goals this season and are now in third place in terms of goal scoring behind London rivals Arsenal with 36 and Chelsea with 33 goals.
Elsewhere Liverpool and Manchester City drew resulting in Liverpool having the second consecutive 2-all draw at home.
It was also City's sixth successive draw and City becomes the first team to have drawn six matches in a row this season.
Chelsea maintained its first position on the ladder whilst Arsenal's loss to Sunderland meant that the Gunners slip down to third.
Sunderland are now in eighth place on the table with the same points as Liverpool but have an inferior goal difference.
So this week I will take a look at the away ladder and see which teams have the best away performance:
So Burnley has the worst away record having collected only one point in a match against Man City.
Chelsea still maintain the best away form despite both their losses coming away from home.