We review the results of the previous matchday in the Premier League
Manchester United Escape Past Newcastle
Only a 90th minute winner from under performing Alexis Sanchez could save Manchester United from a shocking draw against Newcastle at Old Trafford.
Arsenal Thrash Struggling Fulham
An outstanding performance from Unai Emery’s men saw them clinch their ninth straight win in all competitions thanks to a 5-1 win against a lacklustre Fulham side.
Chelsea Ease Past Southampton
Eden Hazard continues to be the star man for Chelsea so far this season by adding another goal and assist in a 3-0 win over Southampton who are now without a win in four games.
Liverpool Held At Home To City
Liverpool were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Manchester City with City creating the most chances and dominating the game. Riyad Mahrez’s missed penalty in the 85th minute means City haven’t won at Anfield for nearly 15 years.
Brighton Narrowly Win Against West Ham
Brighton narrowly beat West Ham at the weekend, possibly going against how the game should’ve gone. West Ham has more possession and more chances but couldn’t convert and ending up losing to a 25th minute Glenn Murray goal.
Burnley And Huddersfield Play Out A Draw
Burnley And Huddersfield played an ill-tempered game of football at Turf Moor with both sides getting 2 yellows and committing many fouls. This result leaves both teams in 12th and 18th respectively.
High-Flyers Wolves Beat Crystal Palace
Newly promoted Wolves are having a better start to the season that they could’ve imagined by beating Crystal Palace 1-0 and lifting them up to 7th in their first Premier League season since 2011/12.
Bournemouth Breeze Past Watford
A Joshua King double helped Bournemouth to a convincing 4-0 win against 9th places Watford. This win should be a great confidence boost for the Cherries heading into the international break currently being 6th in the table.
Gylfi Sigurdsson Stunner Beats 10-Men Leicester
Everton managed to beat Leicester in stunning fashion at the King Power Stadium having taken the lead through Richarlison and then Ricardo drew Leicester level. Leicester then went down to 10 men and Sigurdsson scored a stunner to give them the win in the 77th minute.
Tottenham Edge Past Struggling Cardiff
Tottenham looked in cruise control over rock bottom Cardiff at Wembley with Eric Dier scoring the only goal in the 8th minute. Joe Ralls received a straight red for a high challenge on Lucas Moura. He will now have to serve a 3-match ban.