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  • In a statement of its own, Chelsea revealed its intention to appeal the decision, a move which stands a fair chance of at least partially overturning the ban.

    Written By Cy Brown - English Premier League club Chelsea F.C. has been banned by FIFA from making new signings in the next two transfer windows after the club was found guilty of breaking rules regarding foreign players under the age of 18. The Blues will not be able to sign players again until the 2020 summer window, however, they can still sign players on free transfers and recall players from loan.

  • English Premier League leaders - Chelsea - secured the coveted PL title with a late winner over West Bromwich Albion on Friday night.

  • City were beaten 4-1 at home by Crystal Palace on Saturday in what proved to be Puel's final game.

    Leicester City have sacked manager Claude Puel after 16 months in charge.

  • Elsewhere on Saturday, a Jordan Ayew deflected effort earned Crystal Palace a come from behind point against Arsenal, Newcastle picked up a crucial point at Wolves, and Everton

    Liverpool continued their historic quest for the 2019/20 English Premier League title this Saturday; dicing and slicing their way through an unyielding Tottenham Spurs side for a lone goal victory and 17 points advantage at the helm over third placed defending Champions – Manchester City – who will be in action on Sunday at Aston Villa.

  • Elsewhere on Saturday, Southampton saw their recent winning run come undone at home after giving... Everton climbed back from... as did Aston Villa, and bottommost Norwich dug deep...

    Manchester City’s faint title hopes were dealt another blow on Saturday after being held to a 2-2 tie by a resolute Crystal Palace side ahead of Premier League leaders, Liverpool, home game against Manchester United on Sunday.

  • Elsewhere on the day, relegation threatened Watford put up a brave fight at home, but saw their two-goal lead evaporate ...

    Liverpool continued their ruthless breakaway run for the 2019/20 English Premier League title with an emphatic 4-0 thumping of rejuvenated Southampton for a record twenty-two points advantage at the top - the biggest lead by any team at the end of a day in English top-flight history – on Saturday, as distant second-placed Champions – Manchester City – await their turn on the field on Sunday, as guests of struggling Tottenham Spurs.

  • The stunning result that ended the Reds' unbeaten run of 44 league games means they fall short of matching Arsenal's Invincibles from the 2003-04 campaign, ...

    There was no comeback or heroics for Premier League leaders and title-hopeful side Liverpool at relegation-threatened Watford on Saturday as they were handed their first defeat of the season - a 3-0 shutout – that ended their hopes of remaining unbeaten for the entire season.  The Reds had won their past 18 Premier League games and another at Vicarage Road would have made history as the longest winning run in the English top flight.

  • The team was also fined £32.5 million for financial violations.

    English Premier League champions Manchester City have been banned from playing in the Champions League, European soccer’s premier competition, for two seasons.

  • Elsewhere on Saturday, Bournemouth and Watford all won to set up a crowded bracket for the EPL summit, whilst debut side, Wolverhampton Wanderers, split their home opener with Everton in an entertaining 2-2 finish.

    The first week of the 2018/19 English Premier League season got underway this past Friday, with Paul Pogba captaining and getting Manchester United off to a flying start in a thrilling 2-1 win over Leicester City at home.

  • Elsewhere on Saturday, Everton held Crystal Palace to a goalless tie and newly-promoted Sheffield United picked up an impressive point at Bournemouth.

    Premier League champions Manchester City and runner-ups from last year Liverpool got their season underway with blistering performances that saw the former overwhelm West Ham by five goals to nothing and the latter demolish newly-promoted Norwich City by four goals to one on Friday at Anfield.

  • It was an uncharacteristic start to the season for Defending Champions, Liverpool, at Anfield, as they had to wait till...

     

    The 2020/21 English Premier League season got underway this afternoon after just a seven-week break following the conclusion of the 2019/20 campaign that was disrupted by coronavirus pandemic with Arsenal showcasing their offensive power in a 3-0 thrashing of newly promoted side Fulham in the first game of the season and Crystal Palace edging Southampton by a goal at home in the second game of the day.

    It was an uncharacteristic start to the season for Defending Champions, Liverpool, at Anfield, as they had to wait till the final embers of the game to put newly promoted side, Leeds United, away in a seven-goal thriller that saw Mohammed Salah score the first hat-trick of the season.

    In the final game of the day, Newcastle got their season off to a glorious start with a blistering performance that saw them down hosts, West Ham, by two goals to nothing.

    Sunday

    Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy got his Golden Boot title defense off to a great start as he netted two goals from the spot in his side’s 3-0 thumping of West Bromwich. And a poor Spurs display in their home opener saw an impressive Everton side bag all three points.

    And on Monday, big-spending Chelsea and Wolves got their campaigns off to incredulous starts with respective victories against Brighton and Sheffield United.

    EPL Week 01 Scores At A Glance

    Saturday

    Fulham 0-3 Arsenal

    Crystal Palace 1-0 Southampton

    Liverpool 4-3 Leeds United

    West Ham 0-2 Newcastle

    Sunday

    West Bromwich 0-3 Leicester City

    Tottenham 0-1 Everton

    Monday

    Brighton 1-3 Chelsea

    Sheffield United 0-2 Wolves

    Postponed

    Manchester City vs. Aston Villa

    Burnley vs. Manchester United

    Saturday

    Fulham 0-3 Arsenal

    Arsenal's old and new faces starred as they beat newly-promoted Fulham 3-0 at Craven Cottage in the Premier League season opener.

    Arsenal got Mikel Arteta's first full campaign up and running through Alexandre Lacazette's tap-in (9) as debutant Willian's shot was parried by Marek Rodak, before Willian hit the post with a free-kick.

    Willian's corner was then nodded home by fellow debutant and man-of-the-match Gabriel Magalhaes after the break (49) before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang curled home a beauty from just inside the box from another Willian assist (57) to hand Arsenal a dominant opening-day win.

    Arsenal's momentum and belief was clear to see, with Arteta claiming his 18th win in the last 30 games.

    Crystal Palace 1-0 Southampton

    Wilfried Zaha's 50th goal in league football secured injury-hit Crystal Palace a 1-0 win over Southampton on the opening day of the Premier League season at Selhurst Park.

    Zaha met Andros Townsend's cross to volley the hosts in front (13) against a lacklustre Saints, who failed to replicate the impressive form shown towards the end of last campaign.

    Kyle Walker-Peters saw his red card for a foul on Tyrick Mitchell overturned by referee Jon Moss having consulted VAR Craig Pawson and his pitch-side monitor.

    Palace, who had not won in eight games since last season's restart, were very nearly made to pay for Zaha's miss in stoppage time when Vicente Guaita saved brilliantly to deny Danny Ings during a frantic finish but they held on to secure all three points.

    Liverpool 4-3 Leeds United

    Leeds United returned to the Premier League with a bang but were beaten 4-3 by champions Liverpool in a thrilling encounter at Anfield.

    Liverpool found themselves in front three times but were pegged back by a ruthless Leeds, who took the step up to the elite level in their stride. However, a late Mohamed Salah penalty - to seal his hat-trick - handed the hosts maximum points.

    Salah also scored the first of his treble from the penalty spot after Leeds new-boy Robert Koch handled (4), but Jack Harrison scored an exquisite equaliser (12). Virgil van Dijk thumped home a header (20) only for Patrick Bamford to take advantage of a Van Dijk slip to level the game once again (30).

    Salah then fired home a spectacular strike (32) as Liverpool took control, yet, Mateusz Klich equalised for the third time (66). The game looked to be drawing to a quiet conclusion but Leeds' new signing Rodrigo inexplicably fouled Fabinho inside the box and Salah stroked home from the spot.

    West Ham 0-2 Newcastle

    Callum Wilson and Jeff Hendrick scored on debut as Newcastle heaped more early-season misery on West Ham with a 2-0 victory at the London Stadium on Saturday.

    Summer signing Wilson was a threat throughout Saturday's clash at the London Stadium and got his just rewards on 56 minutes when he got to fellow debutant Hendrick's flick ahead of Hammers goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski to bundle the Magpies' opener home.

    Wilson's eighth goal in nine league appearances against West Ham looked to be enough for the victory but Hendrick made sure, adding a goal to his assist with an emphatic drive into the roof of the net four minutes from time to send the Magpies second in the table after their first winning start to a league season in eight years.

     

     Sunday

    West Bromwich 0-3 Leicester City

    A Timothy Castagne debut goal and two Jamie Vardy penalties helped Leicester to beat West Brom 3-0 on Sunday.

    Leicester headed into the new season having dropped out of the top four and a Champions League qualification position in the final week of season - a position they had occupied since September 2019.

    However, there was no signs of a hangover as Castagne - a £21.5million signing from Atalanta - headed home (56) before two Vardy penalties (74) and (84) wrapped up the points.

    It was a toothless start to life back in the Premier League for the Baggies, who faded badly after a bright start and only registered one shot on goal in the second half.

    Tottenham 0-1 Everton

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin's superb second-half header gave Everton an impressive opening-day away win against a lifeless Tottenham on Super Sunday.

    Jose Mourinho's Tottenham were "lifeless, flat" and "walking around the pitch sulking" for large chunks of the second half, said Sky Sports' Gary Neville on commentary, with Spurs registering just nine tackles to Everton's 18, and Harry Kane touching the ball only twice in the Everton box.

    Both sides had chances in a goalless first half; Richarlison rounded Hugo Lloris but blazed over, before both Dele Alli and Matt Doherty were denied by Jordan Pickford at the other end.

    Everton's winner was coming, and Calvert-Lewin rose brilliantly to power a header into the top corner from Lucas Digne's deep free-kick, with Spurs' efforts to form a comeback lacking as the visitors comfortably held on.

    Monday

    Brighton 1-3 Chelsea

    Chelsea began their Premier League season with a 3-1 away win against Brighton as Timo Werner and Kai Havertz made their debuts.

    Chelsea have made a number of marquee signings so far this summer, although only the German pair were fit enough to feature at the Amex Stadium. Werner, in particular, was lively on his first competitive Chelsea appearance and won a penalty in the 21st minute as Mat Ryan swiped at his legs, which Jorginho dispatched (23).

    But Brighton - having strengthened well themselves in the transfer window thus far - had their fair share of chances and deservedly levelled when Leandro Trossard (54) fired home, with Kepa Arrizabalaga's ability to deal with long-range strikes once again called into question.

    But Chelsea restored their lead less than two minutes later when Reece James (56) drilled home his first Premier League goal in stunning fashion. Kurt Zouma then nabbed a goal himself with his shot diverting off the toe of Adam Webster, leaving Ryan rooted to the spot.

    The victory marks a successful start for Frank Lampard's new-look side - whose last two title wins have started with victory on a Monday evening - while Brighton will feel like they deserved something from the encounter.

    Sheffield United 0-2 Wolves

    Wolves made a blistering start to their Premier League campaign with a 2-0 victory over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

    Nuno Espirito Santo's side scored twice inside the first six minutes, man of the match Raul Jimenez (3) converting Daniel Podence's cross before Romain Saiss' header doubled the advantage.

    After the break, Sheffield United were a different side as John Fleck hit the post and George Baldock saw a shot cleared off the line by Conor Coady, but Wolves should have made the game safe when Saiss' effort was tipped onto the post by Aaron Ramsdale and Jimenez steered the rebound wide.

    The Blades continued to plug away right until the final whistle, but it was to no avail as Wolves held on for an opening weekend victory.

    Game day reports from skysports.com was used in this compilation.

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  • Elsewhere on Saturday, Everton dumped Southampton by a 2-1 scoreline at home, Leicester City scored a 2-0 victory over the Wolves at home, and Newcastle managed a point on the road against newly promoted Cardiff.

    The English Premier League continued this weekend with Chelsea, Tottenham and Bournemouth maintaining their perfect start to the season with victories over Arsenal, Fulham, and West Ham for a three-way tie at the summit.

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s winner handed Arsenal successive victories to the start of the season, a Premier League feat not achieved since 2009, Everton edged Watford ...

    Title contenders, Liverpool, maintained their perfect start to the season with a 2-1 win over Southampton for an 11th successive top-flight victory dating back to last season, whilst champions, Manchester City, gave up the lead twice and settled for a 2-2 tie at the Etihad against Tottenham Spurs after Gabriel Jesus injury-time winner was ruled out by VAR.

  • Red hot Liverpool scored a hard-fought third straight win of the season over Brighton to move up top on Saturday, the third time proved to be the charm for Unai Emery...

    Defending Premier League champions - Manchester United – had their stiffest test yet of the young season as they were forced to climb back from a goal down for a share of the spoils in a pulsating encounter with Championship winners - Wolverhampton Wolves.

  • United had fallen behind in the first half to Jordan Ayew's breakaway goal before Marcus Rashford missed a penalty on a deeply frustrating afternoon for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team.

    Following an incredulous 4-0 thumping of Chelsea on opening day and a disappointing tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers in week 02, Manchester United, disappointed at Old Trafford, as Crystal Palace scored a late winner to stun them on Saturday.

  • For the second consecutive week, Manchester United failed to find the winning column as they were held to one-all tie at Southampton. Chelsea endured another disappointing outing at home as ....

    Premier League leaders Liverpool and Champions Manchester City both stayed the winning course with a respective three and four to nothing walloping of Burnley FC and Brighton.

  • ... and in form Tammy Abraham continued his scoring spree with a splendid hat-trick as Chelsea destroyed the Wolves by five goals to two.

    The English Premier League returned this Saturday following a week’s break with Norwich City producing a magnificent all-round display to hand champions, Manchester City, their first loss of the season.  There was no letup from leaders, Liverpool, as they took care of visiting Newcastle to maintain their perfect start to the season.

  • On Sunday, it will be Liverpool at Chelsea with the former looking to restore their five point advantage, West Ham at Manchester United, Wolves at Crystal Palace, and Aston Villa at Arsenal.

    With Liverpool’s upcoming visit to Stamford Bridge on Sunday as the main headline of the week, Manchester City stole the headlines in sensational style on Saturday as they ripped apart a woeful Watford team by eight goals to naught to inch two points closer to Liverpool on the Premier League table on Saturday. Not to be outdone, Leicester City roared back from a goal down for a 2-1 victory to dampen Tottenham’s title hope in an absorbing thriller at the King Power Stadium.

  • Elsewhere on Saturday, Fulham salvaged a point at home against Watford, a dominant Palace side were held to a goalless tie at home by winless Newcastle, and Burnley thrashed Bournemouth ...

    It was just another easy day at the office for defending Premier League Champions – Manchester City and title hopeful side, Liverpool – as the former overwhelmed Cardiff City by a 5-0 margin and the latter held on to a 3-0 first half goal advantage over visiting Southampton for the top spot.

  • Elsewhere on Saturday, Wolves recorded their first win of the season – a 2-0 win over Watford, while Aston Villa and Bournemouth played to a respective 2-2 tie with Burnley and West Ham at home.

    Sheffield United pushed title chasers, Liverpool, down to the wire on Saturday at a raucous Bramall Lane, but a Dean Henderson spill on the heels of a Georginio Wijnaldum volley from just outside the box earned Liverpool a fortunate win that saw them maintain their perfect start to the season. A spirited performance from Everton was not enough, as they succumbed to a 3-1 drubbing from Manchester City, who stay five points behind leaders Liverpool.

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