Manchester United scored five against Wigan Athletic to continue their hot pursuit of leaders Chelsea.
Wayne Rooney opened the scoring and Michael Carrick doubled the lead four minutes later, while Rafael made it 3-0 just before half-time.
Dimitar Berbatov ensured there was no let-up after the interval, scoring in the 50th minute, and Antonio Valencia also got in on the act.
The result left United in second place on 44 points, one point behind league leaders Chelsea, while Wigan stayed 16th on 19 points, one point above the bottom three.
Frank Lampard struck twice as Chelsea recovered from an early setback to edge past Everton and secure a fourth successive league victory.
Steven Pienaar gave the hosts the breakthrough in the second minute, but Lampard levelled three minutes before half-time and then struck a second-half winner.
The result left Chelsea third on 38 points, trailing league leaders Manchester United by 11 points, while Everton dropped to sixth with 33 points.