Southampton finally got to revenge the horrible defeat they suffered in the Hands of Leceister 0-9 at home last year (a day to forget), As they defeated them at the king power by 1-2 .
Their lead was threatened twice as two goals were disallowed By the VAR. A late goal by in-form Danny Ings gave southampton a deserved win.
Manchester United Gets First Clean Sheet For 2020.
The Red Devils recovered from back to back defeats inflicted by Arsenal and Manchester city respectively to defeat Norwich 4-0. Goals by Marcus Rashford (twice), Anthony martial and super wonderkid Mason Greenwood wrapped up a convincing win for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s men.
Chelsea Win Big Against Bunley
Frank Lampard’s lads scored thrice to see off visiting Burnley at the stamford Bridge to maintain 4th place on the EPL table. Goals by Tammy Abraham, Jorginho and Hudson completed the win for the blues.
Arsenal Continues Struggle Under Arteta.
Mikel Arteta’s men took the early kick off with a flying start as Pierre Emerick Aubameyang openned scoring for the Gunners.
However, Aubameyang’s goal wasn’t enough to give the gunners victory as Palace restored parity in the 54th minute. Aubumeyayang got sent off For a rough tackleon Max Meyer in the 67th minutes reducing them to play with 10 men till the final whistle.
Wolves, Newscatle Share Spoils As Everton And Watford secure Maximum points.
Wolves came from a goal down to level 1-1 against Newcastle. Richarlison’s 38th minute goal gave Everton all 3points against visiting Brighton & Hoves. Watford scored thrice against Bournemouth away.
Liverpool Pip Tottenham With VAR Motivated win
Liverpool continue their unbeaten run to 38 games as they won through a goal by Roberto Firmino in the 37th minute.
Although many believed the tackle on the young Japhet Tanganga by Liverpool should had been VAR reviewed leading to the ultimate sent off of the Player by he was unpunished for such a horrible challenge.
Tottenham continue their revival under Manager Jose Mourinho but had a setback on the night as they failed to find the back of the net against the League leaders.
Manchester City rounded off the weekend with Usual Whitewash
Pep Guardiola’s men are on rampage after a 3-1 win at Old Trafford in the Carabao Cup, a game they scored Thrice before half time. They repeated with a goal extra as they scored 4 unreplied goals before half time At the villa Park against Aston Villa as Danny Drinkwater who made his debut after a frustrating first half of the season at Burnley, suffered a humiliating night as the citizens whitewashed the home side 1-6.
Drinkwater was at fault for both of Man City’s first two goals, both scored by his former Leicester teammate Riyad Mahrez, and was also partially to blame for Sergio Aguero’s goal shortly afterwards.
He was turned too easily by Mahrez for City’s first Goal.