Premier League 3rd fixture – aftermath

Like always Premier League was interesting and here on Enter the Court we present you the review of 3rd PL’s fixture.

Aston Villa 2-0 Everton

Aston Villa got their first win in PL since 2016/17.

Aston Villa took the lead after Wesley’s goal assisted by a beautiful pass completed by Jota. In the additional time Anwar El Ghazi scored a nice solo goal.

Norwich City 2-3 Chelsea

It was really fun at Carrow Road.

Chelsea scored in the third minute thanks to Tammy Abraham. Only 3 minutes later Todd Cantwell tied it. Chelsea took the lead again after Mason Mount scored a goal. Soon after Teemu Pukki continued his great form and scored. In the second half Tammy Abraham scored another goal which ended up to be a winner.

Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 Southampton

It’s fair to say that we expected a bit more from the south coast derby. Saints were up 0-1 thanks to a worldie by Moussa Djenepo only 4 minutes since he came in! The lead was doubled after Nathan Redmond scored in extra time. It’s notable to mention that Florin Andone got a straight red after a nasty tackle.

Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace

Safe to say that this was one of the biggest shocks of the week. Palace started off well. After Victor Lindelof made a mistake Jordan Ayew scored an easy shot. Marcus Rashford missed a penalty but Daniel James has scored again at Old Trafford and gave fans some hope. But in additional time after Paul Pogba made a mistake Patrick Van Aanholt scored for the win.

Sheffield United 1-2 Leicester City

Blades lost for the first time, while Foxes got their first victory. First goal was scored by Jamie Vardy (big Sheffield Wednesday fan btw). He definitely enjoyed celebrating a goal in front of Sheffield United fans. Oliver McBurnie tied the score, but Harvey Barnes scored a potential goal of the week to win the game.

Watford 1-3 West Ham United

Not the best start for the FA Cup vice champions. In the 3. minute already Hammers had the lead thanks to the penalty scored by Mark Noble. Andre Gray has tied it,but in the second half Sebastian Haller scored 2 goals including a scissor kick.

Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal

Liverpool got an important win thanks to a header by Joel Matip and a brace from Mohamed Salah. Only goalscorer for Arsenal was Lucas Torreira.

Bournemouth 1-3 Manchester City

Current champions scored a first goal. It was made by Sergio Aguero. Raheem Sterling doubled the lead. Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson scored from the free kick but Aguero landed the final blow.

Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Newcastle United

Definitely the biggest surprise of the week. Newcastle won thanks to a goal by Joelinton. That was his first goal for the Magpies. Spurs played their worst football this season.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Burnley

Burnley secured their lead with Ashley Barnes’s goal. Wolves tied it in the 90+8th minute thanks to a penalty by Raul Jimenez. It was a bit controversial especially because VAR was working but penalty was the right decision.