Liverpool 2-0 Watford
Goal Scorers Liverpool – Mohamed Salah 38′ 90′
Burnley 1-0 Newcastle United
Goal Scorers Burnley – Chris Wood 58′
Chelsea 0-1 Bournemouth
Goal Scorers Bournemouth – Dan Gosling 84′
Leicester City 1-1 Norwich City
Goal Scorers Leicester City – Tim Krul 38′(og)
Goal Scorers Norwich – Teemu Pukki 26′
Sheffield United 2-0 Aston Villa
Goal Scorers Sheffield United – John Fleck 50′ 73′
Southampton 0-1 West Ham
Goal Scorers West Ham – Sebastien Haller 37′
Manchester United 1-1 Everton
Goal Scorers Manchester United – Mason Greenwood 77′
Goal Scorers Everton – Victor Lindelof 36′(og)
Wolves 1-2 Tottenham
Goal Scorers Wolves – Adama Traore 67′
Goal Scorers Tottenham – Lucas Moura 8′ Jan Vertonghen 90+1′
Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City
Goal Scorers Manchester City – Kevin De Bruyne 2′ 40′ Raheem Sterling 15′
Crystal Palace 1-1 Brighton
Goal Scorers Crystal Palace – Wilfried Zaha 76′
Goal Scorers Brighton – Neal Maupay 54′
Mohamed Salah scored both goals for Liverpool to pick up an expected 3-points against bottom table Watford. Liverpool’s unbeaten run to 19 competitive matches and 10 points clear at the top as they take off to compete for Club World Cup.
Chris Wood’s goal in the 58th-minute ended Newcastle’s win streak at two matches.
Burnley picked up the three points with a ‘1-0’ win at home against Newcastle to end a losing streak of three matches in the league.
Chelsea is beaten at home by Bournemouth.
Bournemouth went to Stamford Bridge on the verge of a 6th consecutive defeat in the league but ended up handing Chelsea a consecutive league defeat.
Chelsea has lost 5 home matches since the start of the Premier League season, 3 home defeat in the league. a home defeat in the League Cup, and in the Champions League.
Leicester City dropped points at home to Norwich City.
The ‘1-1’ draw allowed the gap between Leicester and the top of the table to increase to 10 points.
Sheffield United are the best performing of the newly-promoted teams. They showed the after a ‘2-0’ win against fellow newly-promoted Aston Villa.
West Ham finds their match in Southampton and picked up three points from a ‘1-0’ win at the Saint Mary’s Stadium.
Manchester United is held to a ‘1-1’ draw at Old Trafford by Everton.
Everton is unbeaten since managerial change. (1W 1D)
Jan Vertonghen scored in stoppage time to decide the match in Tottenham’s favor.
Tottenham gets a ‘2-1’ away victory against Wolves.
Manchester City completed the task in the first half against Arsenal.
Kevin De Bruyne lead Manchester City to a ‘3-0’ win at the Emirates Stadium.
Brighton and Crystal Palace finish the round by picking a point each from a ‘1-1’ draw.