2nd and 3rd fall to 6th and 7th.
Both Southampton and Tottenham fell out of the ‘Top 4’.
Arsenal remain in 15th after another league defeat.
Mohamed Salah scored two goals this round to lead the Golden Boot race in the league.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool – 13 goals
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – 11 goals
Heung-Min Son (Tottenham) – 11 goals
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) -11 goals.
Liverpool’s lead at the top of the table increased by a point at the end of Round 14.
Leicester City beat Tottenham in London and took their position in the league. Leicester are second with a point more than 3rd place Manchester United and 4th place Everton.
Manchester United have a game in hand.
Chelsea’s win in the final game for the round pushed Tottenham down to 6th.
Sheffield United doubled the points in the league but remained at the bottom without a win.
Crystal Palace 0-7 Liverpool
Goal Scorers – Liverpool -Takumi Minamino 3′ Sadio Mane 35′ Roberto Firmino 44′ 68′ Jordan Henderson 52′ Mohamed Salah 81′ 84′
Southampton 0-1 Manchester City
Goal Scorers – Manchester City -Raheem Sterling 16′
Everton 2-1 Arsenal
Goal Scorers – Everton – Rob Holding 22′(og) Yerry Mina 45′
Goal Scorers – Arsenal – Nicholas Pepe 35′(pen)
Newcastle 1-1 Fulham
Goal Scorers – Newcastle – Callum Wilson 64′ (pen)
Goal Scorers – Fulham – Matt Ritchie 42′(og)
Brighton 1-1 Sheffield United
Goal Scorers – Brighton – Danny Welbeck 87′
Goal Scorers – Sheffield United – Jayden Bogle 63′
Tottenham 0-2 Leicester City
Goal Scorers – Leicester City – Jamie Vardy 45+4′(pen) Toby Alderweireld 59′(og)
Manchester United 6-2 Leeds United
Goal Scorers – Manchester United – Scott McTominay 2’3′ Bruno Fernandes 20′ 70′(pen) Victor Lindelof 37′ Daniel James 66′
Goal Scorers – Leeds United – Liam Cooper 41′ Stuart Dallas 73′
West Brom 0-3 Aston Villa
Goal Scorers – Aston Villa -Anwar El-Ghazi 5′ 88′(pen) Bertrand Traore 84′
Burnley 2-1 Wolves
Goal Scorers – Burnley – Ashley Barnes 35′ Chris Wood 51′
Chelsea vs West Ham
Goal Scorers – Chelsea – Thiago Silva 10′ Tammy Abraham 78′ 80′
- A ‘3-0’ lead at the halfway mark indicated a big win for Liverpool at Selhurst Park; and we were not wrong. Liverpool came away with 3 points from a 7-0 win against Crystal Palace. Takumi Minamino opened the scoring with a goal in the 3rd-minute. Sadio Mane doubled the lead, and Roberto Firmino scored the first of his two goals to cap it in the opening half. Mohamed Salah came off the bench in the 68th-minute and scored a brace to end the scoring.
- A narrow ‘1-0’ win against Southampton gave Manchester City the win to put an end to the streak of draws (2) in the league.
- In the last three league matches, Arsenal have conceded a goal from a current squad member or an ex-player. Yerry Mina restored Everton’s lead when he scored the winning goal of the match in the final minute of the first half. Arsenal left Goodison Park as 2-1 losers.
- A questionable penalty call that included the sending off of Joachin Andersen denied Fulham a win at Newcastle.
- Danny Welbeck scored the equalizing goal for Brighton in the 87th minute to deny a 10-man Sheffield United were on the brink of their first win of the season. It finished 1-1 between Brighton and Sheffield United.
- A consecutive league defeat for Tottenham after a home loss against Leicester City. Jamie Vardy gave Leicester City a 1-0 lead at the very end of the first half.
- A thrashing – Manchester United handed Leeds United a beat down at Old Trafford. Scott McTominay was on a hat-trick by the 3rd minute.
- West Brom went from holding Manchester City to a 1-1 draw away, to receiving a 3-0 hammering at home. The first half ended with West Brom a goal down and a man down against Aston Villa. Two goals were added in the final 10 minutes to make it an emphatic win for Aston Villa.
- A ‘2-1’ away defeat against Aston Villa returned Wolves to losing after beating Chelsea in the last round. Three of their last four matches have now been in defeat.
- Chelsea came home to put an end to a consecutive defeats in the league with a 3-0 win against West Ham. Tammy Abraham scored two goals in quick succession to add to the early lead Thiago Silva gave Chelsea.