• An exciting Premier League Saturday packed with goals, narratives and for once, very little VAR incidents. 

Manchester City began the day looking to close the gap on Premier League leaders, Arsenal. Their task was straightforward, but not easy, to win at home to Newcastle. 

Pep Guardiola’s men did exactly that, winning 2–0 thanks to a magnificent strike from Phil Foden and a fine finish from Bernardo Silva. 

Premier League Saturday : Round-up

The ball was back in Arsenal’s court, and the Gunners responded with a win that took all of 98 minutes to achieve. Reiss Nelson coming up with a last minute winner to turn around a 2 goal deficit and claim all three points.

Premier League Saturday : Round-up

In other news, Graham Potter’s Chelsea finally found a win, from somewhere. Wesley Fofana figured out it was time to repay all that money the club spent to bring him from Leicester. He rose highest to head home his first Premier League goal for Chelsea to win a pretty tense game at Stamford Bridge. Potter in. 

Premier League Saturday : Round-up

Finally, Tottenham Hotspur put in a rather insipid performance in a 2-0 reverse to Wolves. Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min both played, If you’re wondering.

Just not good enough for a team looking to qualify for fourth spot. Conte surely has work to do upon his return. 

Oh, West Ham lost 4-0 to Brighton.

The seagulls are now making beating West Ham a habit. Another thumping success means the Hammers have failed to pick up 3 points against Brighton after 12 attempts.

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