Games went down in the Premier League yesterday as teams played their matchday thirteen fixtures.
Manchester City faced Leicester City at the King Power stadium in yesterday’s match. Pep Guardiola’s side played without Erling Haaland in the team for the first time this season.
The Norwegian forward sustained an injury in his last game. Manchester City beat Leicester City 1-0 owing to Kevin de bruyne’s free kick in the second half of the match.
Tottenham Hotspur faced Bournemouth in yesterday’s league fixture. It was a bug chance for Antonio Conte’s side as they were up against relegation contenders.
Bournemouth actually shocked Tottenham Hotspur after they took a 2-0 lead through Moore in the second half of the match.
Tottenham Hotspur tried to get back into the game after Sessegnon scored a brilliant goal from hojbjerg’s assist.
Tottenham Hotspur equalised after Davies scored from Perisic’s assist. Bentancur won the game for Tottenham Hotspur at the death.
Chelsea faced Brighton and Hove albion at the American express stadium in yesterday’s match. Brighton took off to an early start in the first half of the match after Trossard scored a brilliant goal.
Ruben Loftus-cheek and Trevoh Chalobah both scored own goals as Brighton took a 3 goal lead in the first half.
Kai Havertz pulled one back for Chelsea after he scored a brilliant header. Pascal Gross extended Brighton’s lead to 4-1 in the final minutes of the match.
Liverpool lost against Leeds United at Anfield yesterday. It was their first home defeat this season and virgil van dijk’s record of staying unbeaten at Anfield came to an end.
Rodrigo gave Leeds United an early lead in the opening minutes of the first half before Mohamed Salah scored the equaliser in the first half. Summerville scored the winning goal for Leeds United in the final minutes of the match.
The top five looked a bit different after these games as Manchester City overtook Arsenal, while Newcastle United extended the gap between fifth place Chelsea.
Here is how the full Premier League table looks.