The unpredictable nature of the Premier League season created some crazy results in the month of October and there were several standout performers.
Aston Villa's 6-1 win over Premier League champions Liverpool was one of the most remarkable results in the history of the division.
And that came just hours after Tottenham, led by Harry Kane and Heung-min Son, put six past 10-man Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Wolves climbed up the table, boosted by a rising star Max Kilman and hotshot Raul Jimenez while Chelsea and summer signing Timo Werner looked to be finding their rhythm under manager Frank Lampard.
So who were the Premier League's best players in October?
Wolves conceded just once in October and they continue to punch above their weight in the Premier League.
Signing an experienced keeper like Rui Patricio for just £16million in 2018 remains a masterstroke by the Wolves board.
Amid pressure for an England starting role from Trent Alexander-Arnold, Walker has elevated his game in recent weeks.
Capped a fine month with the winning goal against boyhood club Sheffield United.
Aside from the three goals conceded to Southampton, Zouma has been an important presence at the back for Chelsea.
The French defender is approaching the kind of form he had before suffering a serious knee injury in 2016.
The 23-year-old has enjoyed a breakthrough season for Wolves and has been central to their miserly defence.
There were three clean sheets and a man of the match award against Leeds for the defender.
Left-back has been a problem position for Chelsea under Frank Lampard which is why they spent so much to sign Chilwell from Leicester.
A goal on his debut against Crystal Palace and two assists in four games proved he will be a vital component on Chelsea's attack.
Despite a heavy defeat to Leeds, Grealish has been the in-form attacking midfielder in the Premier League.
He ran the show against Liverpool in the incredible 7-2 win.
The French midfielder was linked with a move away from Tottenham in the summer but he now appears to be back in favour with Jose Mourinho.
Classy on the ball, dynamic and box-to-box, Ndombele is starting to look like the midfielder Spurs broke their transfer record for.
With his injury problems last season, Kante was a big miss for Chelsea in midfield.
Whenever he plays, the Blues are a better and more secure team.
Son combination with Kane is currently the hottest in the Premier League and Man United felt that in their 6-1 defeat to Spurs.
Four goals in the month took him to the top of the goalscorers charts.
Player of the month with four goals and three assists for Spurs.
The subtle change to his position in the Spurs team is bringing out the best in him.
After a slow start to life at Stamford Bridge, Werner caught fire in October, starting with two goals against Southampton.
He ended it with another cool finish against Burnley and looks to have settled into English football.