Liverpool continues their winning streak, having won all their six matches and remained on top of the Premier League after beating Southampton 3-0 at Anfield. An own-goal from Wesley Hoedt, and goals from Joel Matip and Mohammed Salah ensured the emphatic win.
Manchester City recovered from their Champions League defeat by cruising to 5-0 win at Cardiff. Sergio Aguero scored in his 300th appearance for City, Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan also scored before half-time. Second half-substitute – Riyad Mahrez scored a double to complete the emphatic win. This drops Cardiff into the relegation zone as the newly promoted side continue to search for their first win.
Manchester United’s three games winning streak was halted by Wolves, as the newly promoted side ensured a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. United took the lead from a beautiful strike from Brazilian midfielder Fred early first half. But the visitors took control of early second half which earned them a deserved equalizer when Joao Moutinho found the top corner of the post. United tried to force a winner by throwing all they have forward but were unable to find a way past a strong wall Wolves’ defence, this also nearly cost United as Wolves remained a big threat on the counter until the final whistle.
Tottenham back to winning ways at Brighton winning 2-1. Harry Kane ended his goal drought after Glenn Murray’s handball earned him an opportunity from the spot which he buried. Erik Lamela made it 2-0, but Brighton grabbed an injury-time consolation goal from Anthony Knockaeart. Spurs are now fifth in the table with only six points behind leaders – Liverpool.
Chelsea’s 100 per cent start of the Premier League season under the new manager – Maurizio Sarri came to an end as they were held to a goalless draw by West Ham at Stamford Bridge. This denied Chelsea an opportunity to retake their top position in the league table. They are now 3rd behind Manchester City on goal difference and two points behind Liverpool.
Arsenal resurgence continues as they secured a fourth successive Premier League win after winning 2-0 against Everton. Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice quick successions in early second-half to secure the win. This was the third time in the last five league matches that both strikers have started together and scored.
Results of the other matches can be found here: https://euroamerica.soccer/fixtures-results-2/