English Premier League

English Premier League after Round 6: The most recent title winners take the top two position in the league standings.

PREMIER LEAGUE

Liverpool is top of the Premier League standings after 6 rounds played.
Chelsea fell from the top spot to third in the league after a defeat to Manchester City.
Manchester City used the result to move up from 5th to 2nd in the standings.
Manchester United fell a position to 4th after a defeat against Aston Villa.
Aston Villa moved up two positions up to 8th.

Norwich City remains at the bottom with no points gained from 6 matches played; conceding 16 and scoring 2 in the process.
Leeds fall into the relegation zone after switching positions with Newcastle.

Jamie Vardy scored a hattrick to get Leicester City a 2-2 draw with Burnley.
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City), Michail Antonio (West Ham), and Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) are the leading goalscorers with five goals each.

 


LEAGUE STANDINGS
1. Liverpool – 14 points
2. Manchester City – 13 points
3. Chelsea – 13 points
4. Manchester United – 13 points
5. Everton – 13 points
6. Brighton – 13 points
7. West Ham United – 11 points
8. Aston Villa – 10 points
9. Brentford – 9 points
10. Arsenal – 9 points
11. Tottenham – 9 points
12. Watford – 7 points
13. Leicester City – 7 points
14. Wolves – 6 points
15. Crystal Palace – 6 points
16. Southampton – 4 points
17. Newcastle United – 3 points
18. Leeds United – 3 points
19. Burnley – 2 points
20. Norwich City – 0 points

 


MATCH RESULTS
Chelsea 0-1 Manchester City
Manchester United 0-1 Aston Villa
Everton 2-0 Norwich
Leeds 1-2 West Ham
Leicester City 2-2 Burnley
Watford 1-1 Newcastle
Brentford 3-3 Liverpool
Southampton 0-1 Wolves
Arsenal 3-1 Tottenham
Crystal Palace 1-1 Brighton

 

 

 

CHELSEA 0-1 MANCHESTER CITY
A dominant Manchester City left Stamford Bridge with a deserved win against Chelsea.
Manchester City handed Chelsea their first league defeat of the new season. Gabriel Jesus’s goal in the 53rd minute was enough to get the job done for Manchester City.

MANCHESTER UNITED 0-1 ASTON VILLA
Bruno Fernandes missed an injury-time penalty that would’ve allowed Manchester United to take a point at home against Aston Villa.
Kourtney Hause’s goal in the 88th minute got Aston Villa their third victory of the season while handing Manchester United their first defeat.
On a weekend that Chelsea and Manchester City were facing off, Manchester United failed to take advantage with a positive result at home against Aston Villa.

EVERTON 2- 0 NORWICH CITY
Norwich City suffered their sixth defeat from their first six matches.

LEEDS 1- 2 WEST HAM
Michail Antonio’s 90th-minute winning goal got West Ham from a goal down to a victory at Leeds.

LEICESTER CITY 2-2 BURNLEY
Jamie Vardy’s goals saved the day for Leicester City after his own goal put Leicester behind in the 12th minute. Vardy scored a goal in the 37th and 85th minute. In both cases, it was an equalizing goal for Leicester.

BRENTFORD 3- 3 LIVERPOOL
Brentford shared the points with Liverpool after evenly splitting six goals.
Brentford lost the lead in the first half but came from behind on two occasions to get a point from a match that came with a low expectation of picking up any point.
Six scorers, six goals, three goals each, a point each.

ARSENAL 3- 1 TOTTENHAM
NORTH LONDON IS RED.
Arsenal made it three wins in a row after starting the season with three defeats to start the season. Tottenham started the season with three wins and has now lost three in a row.
Arsenal win the North London derby and moved above Tottenham in the league standings. A 3- goal lead in the first half for Arsenal was not flattering. It was a deserved lead and a deserved win for Arsenal.

SOUTHAMPTON 0 – 1 WOLVES
Wolves used a 1-0 victory to keep Southampton without a victory.

 

 

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