Manchester City were beaten by Spurs again at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. The Citizens missed the chance to close the gap on leaders Arsenal, who lost away at Goodson on Saturday. The Gunners have been the most consistent side in the Premier League this season, yet, many are still doubting if they have what it takes to win the Premier League for the first time in 20 years. It is all in Arsenal’s hands, as City have shown once again this season that they can be inefficient.

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Record Breaking Harry Kane

Harry Kane’s goal early in the game gave Spurs the win. His goal also saw him topple the late Jimmy Greaves as Tottenham Hotspurs highest goalscorer of all time. The English striker also reached another milestone of 200 Premier League goals, and he still has more years ahead of him. Many have tipped him to become the highest goalscorer in the history of the Premier League.

Everton’s Bounce, Not Arsenal’s

It's Arsenal's Title To Lose, Manchester City Look Lost - Premier League Review

Everton were able to pull off a shocking win over Arsenal at the Goodison Park thanks to the tactics and pragmatism of new manager Sean Dyche. The former Burnley manager secured the win with a set piece goal he would be proud of from a player he also nurtured during his time at Burnley.

Chelsea Denied At The Bridge

Enzo Fernández, Mykhailo Mudryk, and Noni Madueke, all starred for Chelsea as they struggled to break down Fulham at home. Graham Potter side are making little to no progress in terms of scoring goals, and they also continue to struggle with creating chances. Enzo had a fine debut, but Mudryk’s home debut was cut short due to a heavy cold.

Liverpool continue poor form continued as they were battered by Wolves on Saturday. Jürgen Klopp could not explain how Liverpool continue to look so poor in every phase of the game. It is almost an impossible task for The Reds to get Champions League football for next season

Manchester United Smell Blood?

With Arsenal and Manchester City dropping points over the weekend, are Manchester United also back in the title race? The answer to that question will depend on how their next three Premier League matches play out without Casemiro who was sent off over the weekend for violent conduct.

It's Arsenal's Title To Lose, Manchester City Look Lost - Premier League

It’s getting even tougher at the bottom of the table, with wins for Everton and Leicester City and Wolves. Will Sean Dyche lead The Toffees to safety? And a couple more wins for Lopetegui could lift Wolves out of potential trouble.

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