With a game still in hand, Arsenal grabbed a victory at home against Manchester United to keep the 5-point lead in the Premier League title race.
Newcastle United used a point gained in a goalless draw with Crystal Palace to move a position up to third; pushing Manchester United down to 4th.
Tottenham’s narrow win against Fulham in the final game of the round has them 3 points from the ‘top four’ but they have played at lead a game more than the 4 teams ahead of them and the team directly behind them (Brighton).
Brighton moved up a position to 6th with a point from a draw with Leicester City. Fulham dropped to 7th.
Southampton and Everton remain the bottom two, while West Ham moved out of the relegation zone after their 2-0 win against Everton.
Bournemouth dropped into the relegation zone to replace West Ham.
Arsenal, Liverpool, Brighton, and Leeds United have two games in hand. Tottenham and Fulham have played the most matches (21).
Liverpool 0-0 Chelsea
Bournemouth 1-1 Nottingham Forest
Leicester City 2-2 Brighton
Southampton 0-1 Aston Villa
West Ham 2-0 Everton
Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle
Leeds United 0-0 Brentford
Manchester City 3-0 Wolves
Arsenal 3-2 Manchester United
Fulham 0-1 Tottenham
Chelsea was arguably the better side on the day but a point was deserved for both teams.
Brighton came from a goal down on two occasions to pick up a point at Leicester City.
Leicester City is now five league matches without a win but has
ended a streak of defeats.
Aston Villa is unbeaten in their last four league matches after picking up their third win in those four matches. Ollie Watkins scored the only goal of the match in the 77th minute to hand Aston Villa the three points at Southampton’s expense.
Jarrod Bowen’s goals in the first half gave West Ham their first league win in eight matches while stretching Everton’s winless run in the league to eight.
Erling Harland scored all the goals to get Manchester City a 3-0 win against Wolves.
ARSENAL 3-2 MANCHESTER UNITED
Arsenal came from a goal down to lead by a goal, lost their lead, and went on to get a 90th-minute goal to win the tie against Manchester United. Eddie Nketia scored two goals; one to equalize and the other to win the tie.
Edward Nketia’s first goal got Arsenal even on the scoreboard after Marcus Rashford gave Manchester United the lead. Edward Netiah’s second goal won the game in the 90th minute.
Harry Kane’s goal made the difference for Tottenham to gain three points from a 1-0 win against Fulham. Kane’s goal equaled him with Jimmy Greaves as Tottenham’s highest goalscorer.
1 | Arsenal ( 19 ) – 50 points
2 | Manchester City ( 20 ) – 45 points
3 | Newcastle United ( 20 ) – 39 points
4 | Manchester United ( 20 ) – 39 points
5 | Tottenham Hotspur ( 21 ) – 36 points
6 | Brighton & Hove Albion ( 19 ) – 31 points
7 | Fulham ( 21 ) – 31 points
8 | Brentford ( 20 ) – 30 points
9 | Liverpool ( 19 ) – 29 points
10 | Chelsea ( 20 ) – 29 points
11 | Aston Villa ( 20 ) – 28 points
12 | Crystal Palace ( 20 ) – 24 points
13 | Nottingham Forest ( 20 ) – 21 points
14 | Leicester City ( 20 ) – 18 points
15 | Leeds United ( 19 ) – 18 points
16 | West Ham United ( 20 ) – 18 points
17 | Wolverhampton Wanderers ( 20 ) – 17 points
18 | Bournemouth ( 20 ) – 17 points
19 | Everton ( 20 ) – 15 points
20 | Southampton ( 20 ) – 15 points