English PREMIER LEAGUE (ROUND 4)
Southampton 0-1 Manchester United
Brentford 1-1 Everton
Brighton 1-0 Leeds United
Chelsea 2-1 Leicester City
Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth
Manchester City 4-2 Crystal Palace
Arsenal 2-1 Fulham
Aston Villa 0-1 West Ham
Wolves 1-1 Newcastle
Nottingham Forest 0-2 Tottenham
Arsenal is top of the pile as the only unbeaten side.
Brighton replaces Leeds United in the ‘top four’.
Brighton is on equal points with Manchester City and Tottenham. The three clubs complete the top four with Arsenal.
Manchester United and Liverpool moved into the top half of the league table.
West Ham moved from the bottom of the league with their first win of the season.
Leicester City dropped to the bottom of the league table.
There are 34 more rounds of the season to go.
1| Arsenal – 12 points
2| Manchester City – 10 points
3| Tottenham Hotspur – 10 points
4| Brighton – 10 points
5| Leeds United – 7 points
6| Chelsea – 7 points
7| Newcastle United – 6 points
8| Manchester United – 6 points
9| Liverpool – 5 points
10| Brentford – 5 points
11| Fulham – 5 points
12| Crystal Palace – 4 points
13| Southampton – 4 points
14| Nottingham Forest – 4 points
15| Aston Villa – 3 points
16| West Ham United – 3 points
17| Bournemouth – 3 points
18| Everton – 2 points
19| Wolves – 2 points
20| Leicester City – 1 point
Manchester United picked up their second win of the season after starting their season with two defeats. Bruno Fernandes’s goal in the 55th minute allowed Manchester United to follow their win against Liverpool with a 1-0 win on the road against Southampton.
Everton could not hold a 24th-minute lead to win their first game of the season. Vitaly Jarrett’s 84th-minute equalizing goal saved Brentford from a defeat at home after they dropped points in the last round defeat against Fulham.
It wasn’t comfortable but Chelsea came out on top with a 2-1 win against Chelsea.
Conor Gallagher picked up two yellow cards within a space of 6 minutes to get sent out from of match in the 28th minute. Fortunately for Chelsea, Raheem Sterling’s scored his first two goals for the club to lead a 10-man team to a win at home against a Leicester City side that is yet to win a game.
Liverpool’s way of apologizing for not getting a win in their first three games of the season was to thrash newly-promoted Bournemouth 9-0’. Liverpool was up a goal in the 3rd minute, and up 5 goals by the end of the first half. They went up a goal in the first minute of the second half before adding 3 more goals through the half.
In the last round, Manchester City could only get a point at Newcastle after coming from two goals down. This time around, they were able to turn the game in their favor.
An Erling Haaland’s hattrick saw Manchester City come from two goals down in the first half to get the home win 4-2 against Crystal Palace.
Arsenal had to come from a goal behind to get a 2-1 win against Fulham and remain at the top of the league as the only team with a 100% win record after 4 rounds. Gabriel scored the game’s winning goal in the 85th minute to add to Martin Odegaard’s 64th-minute equalizer. It was Gabriel’s defensive error that allowed Aleksandar Mitrovic to get Fulham into the lead in the 56th minute.
Pablo Fornals scored the only goal of the match for West Ham to pick up their first league win of the season against Aston Villa at Villa Park.
Wolves stay without a league win.
Allan Saint-Maximin’s 90th-minute goal got Newcastle a deserved point in a 1- I draw with Wolves.
Had he converted a penalty in the 56th minute, Harry Kane would’ve had a hattrick. Kane’s two goals got Tottenham a ‘2- 0’ win against Nottingham Forest