Latest English Premier League Table – Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City remained unbeaten going into the international break while Chelsea beat Manchester United 1-0 on Sunday at home.

Manchester City, defeated fumbling North London side, Arsenal 3-2 with goals coming from Kevin De Bryune, Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus, while Alexander Lacazette scored  a consolation goal for the visiting side.

This defeat has made Arsenal drop below Liverpool in the league standings, with the Klopp’s side leading on scored goals.

Meanwhile, Morata’s second half header was the difference in a match where Chelsea outplayed Manchester United to narrow the gap to rise to 22 points and move within nine points of league leaders, Manchester City.

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Everton came from behind to beat Watford 3-2 as the team improved over the recent league failings.

Tottenham continued their impressive form after defeating Real Madrid with victory over Crystal Palace on Sunday. The much improved Crystal Palace continued their form, but failings from Wilfried Zaha and Scott Dan made the team lose chances either half of the game. Heung-min Son scored the decisive goal of the match and the win takes Tottenham level on points with Manchester United on the premier league standings.

Goals from Mohammed Salah, Joel Matip and Chamberlain secured victory for Liverpool after they thumped West Ham 4-1 at home, subjecting the Slaven Bilic team to the sixth defeat of the season.

Burnley was level on points after their weekend win at Southampton. Newcastle suffered a home defeat to vising Bournemouth as Steve Cook scored late into the game, while Brighton also had a narrow win at Swansea. The Premier league new comers won through a decisive goal by Glenn Murray moving them into the top half of the Premier league table.

See the English Premier League table after the weekend round of matches (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points):

Man City        11 10 1 0 38 7 31

Man Utd         11  7 2 2 23 5 23

Tottenham       11  7 2 2 20 7 23

Chelsea         11 7 1 3 19 10 22

Liverpool       11 5 4 2 21 17 19

Arsenal         11 6 1 4 20 16 19

Burnley         11 5 4 2 10  9 19

Brighton        11 4 3 4 11 11 15

Watford         11 4 3 4 17 21 15

Huddersfield    11 4 3 4  8 13 15

Newcastle       11 4 2 5 10 10 14

Leicester       11 3 4 4 16 16 13

Southampton     11 3 4 4  9 11 13

Stoke           11 3 3 5 13 22 12

Everton         11 3 2 6 10 22 11

West Brom       11 2 4 5  9 14 10

Bournemouth     11 3 1 7  7 14 10

West Ham        11 2 3 6 11 23  9

Swansea         11 2 2 7  7 13  8

Crystal Palace  11 1 1 9  4 22  4

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