It was an exciting Super Sunday for fans who witnessed tremendous football artistry in settings where the big boys ply their trades, as the English Premier League is taking shape gradually as high profile games are coming through. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
Liverpool defied all odds to defeat Aston Villa at Anfield. As early as the third minute, Szoboslai opened the scoring for the home team, controlling an extremely spirited Aston Villa team. Cash’s own goal, which made the score 2-0 at halftime when he unintentionally scored himself, gave Liverpool the lead. In the 55th minute, Mohamed Salah made it 3-0 to secure the Reds’ triumph, demonstrating his significance to Liverpool and dispelling any lingering doubts about his impending departure for Saudi Arabia.
In the early going of their road game against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, Manchester United was largely in a stronger position to succeed, but the final score eliminated them after the allotted time. Just 27 minutes into the game, Rashford gave United the lead with their first significant effort on Arsenal. However, a minute later, Odegaard answered for the visiting with a goal to tie the score at 1-1 heading into halftime.
Declan Rice scored in stoppage time to make it 2-1, and Gabriel Jesus sealed Arsenal’s victory in the 11th minute of added time to give them a 3-1 victory. Despite United’s best efforts to defeat the home team in the second half—especially after Gernacho’s goal had been disallowed by the VAR—they were unsuccessful.
Man United plummeted to the 11th slot, while Arsenal is in fifth place after four games, 10 points ahead of West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Liverpool on goals differential.…… Continue Your Reading