Premier League Matchday 10 of 38 was nothing short of exciting as Arsenal struck Liverpool 3-2 and Manchester United narrowly edged past Everton 2-1. The league is finally stabilizing after the unfortunate demise of Queen Elizabeth II and the consequent match postponements.
An Arsenal Whose Saka is Proving to be Quite the Arsenal
Arsenal have been a sluggish team since I don’t know when. They were the team with past glory and their bout against Liverpool was shaping up to be a walkover for Jurgen Klopp’s men. Little did we know or expect that Arsenal had a lethal player in their arsenal Bukayo Saka. Saka scored a brace in their 3-2 win against Liverpool, topping off the opening goal by Martinelli which came in the first minute of the game.
Liverpool Biting the Dust
Despite a good and decent effort, Liverpool had no choice but to bite the dust this time. Their two reply goals came from Nunez and Firmino but did little to disarm an Arsenal that was going for the belly of the beast. Even so, Liverpool still remain a deadly force and we hope to see them back to their deadly ways soon.
A Manchester United that is Lucky to Have CR7?
Manchester United narrowly edged past Everton 2-1 despite looking to be overwhelmed by a team that wouldn’t have raised any hairs in Alex Ferguson’s era. Even so, United came from the rear to make it 2-1 and break the deadlock thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo. CR7 was elated as were the fans but is Man United lucky to have him in their squad?
Antony is the Real Luck-Child for Man United
No. United is not lucky to have Ronaldo. Man United’s really lucky to have Antony though, who is now officially the real luck child for United. Antony scored the opening goal for United, and set them for a momentum boost that created the air for CR7 to make it 2-1.
EPL Gameweek 10 Results
In other EPL GW 10 results, Newcastle hammered Brentford 5-1, Bournemouth beat Leicester 2-1, Man City beat Southampton 4-0, and Chelsea beat Wolves 3-0. Tottenham beat Brighton 1-0, West Ham beat Fulham 3-1, and Crystal Palace beat Leeds United 2-1. Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa are set to face off later today.
EPL Table Thus Far
The EPL Table has been a mishmash of a lot of confusing results similar to the confusing fixtures ever since the tragedy of the loss of HM. Even so, the premier league standings so far see Arsenal on top with 24 points, Manchester City second with 23 points, and Tottenham third with 20 points. In fourth place is Chelsea with 16 points and in fifth is Manchester United with 15 points. Arsenal are keen to celebrate their lead; as is their former manager Arsene Wenger who says that he feels good about their position so far. Stay tuned for more.