Sportscliffs: Premier League review

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Sportscliffs have come up with the weekend Premier League review as some of the matches came with surprises.

The English Premier League came with some surprise package after the international break last weekend.

Liverpool started the Premier League in the early kick off fixture hosting Watford at the Anfield stadium on Saturday.

The Reds continue their fine form in the Premier League as they keep League leaders Manchester City on their toes.

Jurgen Klopp side got a 2-0 victory over Watford who are struggling in the relegation zone.

A first half goal from Diogo Jota in 22nd minutes of the game gave the Reds the lead in the first half of the game before Fabinho scored a late penalty in the 89th minutes to crown the victory for the Reds.

Brighton and Norwich shared the point as both teams were unable to find the back of the net in the entire 90 minutes of the game.

Manchester City returned to the top of the league after their victory over Burnley away from home.

Pep Guardiola side got a 2-0 victory in the game to make sure they get them the chance of winning the league.

Goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Gundogan gave City the chance to move to the top of the league.

One of the surprising matches of the Premier League matches last week is Chelsea vs Brentford at the Stamford Bridge stadium.

There were lots of actions in the game as it ended in disappointment for the Blues on their home ground.

Chelsea’s defender Anthony Rudiger scored an incredible goal that can be in the goal of the season contender to the give the Blues the lead.

But it was not what was expected by the Chelsea Players and fans after the goal happened in the game.

Brentford had to put on an incredible performance as they scored 3 goals in less than 20 minutes from Rudiger’s goal.

Brenford scored the last goal to make it 4-1 in the game just 3 minutes to the end of the game.

Leeds United and Southampton shared point in the game after a 1-1 draw from the teams.

Leeds United got the lead in the first half of the game through Harrison but James Ward-Prowse made sure they Saint get a point.

Wolves defeated Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa in the Premier League this weekend.

Wolves were 2 goals up before the half time of the match as Jonny and an own goal from Villa’s defender Ashley Young gave the lead.

Aston Villa striker Watkins got a consolation goal for Villa in the 86th minutes of the game as the game ended 2-1.

Manchester United hosted Leicester City in at Old Trafford as they got a disappointing result that keep their top 4 hope in jeopardy.

After a dominating first half from Manchester United in the game there was nothing to show for it.

Leicester City scored first through Nigerian Striker Kelechi Iheanacho in the 63rd minutes of the game.

It looks like United will get another defeat after crashing out of the Champions League to Atletico Madrid at Old Trafford before United midfielder Fred scored from a rebound in the 18-yard box.

West Ham continue their fine form with a win over Frank Lampard’s Everton in the Premier League.

Cresswell gave the Hammers the lead in the first half of the game before Holgate equalized in the second half of the game.

Bowen score 5 minutes later after Everton got the equalizer before Michael Keane saw a red card in the 65th minutes of the game.

Tottenham Hotspurs ran riot on Newcastle United as the take their top 4 ambition seriously.

The game ended 5-1 despites the fact that Newcastle United score first in the first half through Schar.

Davies, Doherty, Son, Emerson, Bergwijn all scored a goal to give their side a deserved three points in the match.

One of the surprises that happened is a game against Crystal Palace and Arsenal as the game was the last match of the weekend Premier League.

Crystal Palace was the better side in the London derby as they put 3 goals past Arsenal goal keeper in the match.

Mateta, Ayew, and a penalty from Zaha did justice to the match for the Eagles.


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