Football actions returned fully this week after games were halted following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. English football returned with the usual surprise packages as Brighton held Liverpool to a draw in a six goals thriller match at Anfield. Arsenal pulverised Tottenham in the London Derby to move four points clear on the log. Chelsea claimed their first victory under Graham Potter over resilient Crystal Palace through a late-minute strike.
Gabriel Jesus puloted Arsenal’s victory over Tottenham as the Brazilian scored twice in the tier. Xhaka also record a goal but Harry Kanes’spot kick wasnt enought to pull Tottenham who lost their first game back into the game.
Arsenal now lead with 21 points after
Liverpool less than 19 minutes into the game had conceded two goals to Brighton. Liverpool cancelled a goal through Firmino’s strike before half-time. The game returned with Liverpool levelling all goals to make it 2-2 with Firmino scoring both goals. Both teams proceeded to score goals each and decided to settle for a 3-3 full-time draw.
Liverpool with a game at hand has 10 points after seven games and sits in 10th place on the log.
Chelsea snuck out a difficult win away at Crystal Palace thanks to goals from Aubameyang and Gallagher who played his football on loan last season at Palace. Chelsea with a game at hand sits in 5th place following their 13 points acquired in seven games.
Other games that went down
Brentford 0-0 Bournemouth
Fulham 1-4 Newcastle
Southampton 1-2 Everton