In the Premier League on Saturday, the early Kick off saw Manchester United held to a 1 all draw at home against Everton with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opting to benching Pogba and Ronaldo who later came on. Despite six shots on target, Man Utd managed one goal for the devils, how s first since February whereas Andros Townsend equalised for the Toffees.
Arsenal played to a barren draw with un bogey but in-form Graham Potters Brighton side and now the Gunners have just five goals in their opening seven league games, their fewest at this stage of a season since 1986-87.
On Sunday, the premier league witnessed an entertaining 2 all draw between title contenders Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. With both sides yarning for dethroning Chelsea from the top of the table, the result mean the Blues remain up with a point above Pool and two above City. Pep’s side was better throughout the first half but squandered a lot of chances and had to pay for it when Pool came back in the second half as a much changed side.
Sadio Mane and Mohammed Salah scored for the Reds whereas Phil Foden who tormented James Milner all throughout to getting him booked and hence substituted scored one for the blues with another coming from speciauof long range, Kevin De Bruyne.
Premier League action will take recess until 16th October,2021.
Watford Vs Liverpool at 2:30pm
Aston Villa Vs Wolves 5pm
Leicester Vs Man Utd a t 5pm
Man City Vs Burnley at 5Pm
Norwich Vs Brighton at 5pm
Southampton Vs Leeds at 5pm
Brentford Vs Chelsea at 7:30pm
Sunday 17th October,2021
Everton Vs West Ham 4pm
Newcastle VsTottenham 6:30pm
Monday 18th October,2021
Arsenal Vs Crystal Palace at 10pm
As it stands