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Elsewhere on the day, West Ham fell by two goals to nothing at Everton, Aston Villa picked up a 2-1 win over Brighton at home, Wolves divvied the spoils at home with Southampton with a 1-1 tie, ...

Dele Alli tucked home a late equaliser for Tottenham in their home clash against Waford before lengthy intervention from VAR.

The English Premier League continued this past Saturday following a week’s break with second placed Manchester City earning a comfortable 2-0 win over Crystal Palace to move 5 points closer to Liverpool, who will be in action on Sunday against Liverpool.

The pressure continued to mount on Tottenham’s Pochettino as his side capped their poor start to the season and a miserable week that saw them succumb to a ...

Sadio Mane ran onto James Milner's wonderful curled pass and sped into the area before finishing well into the far corner

With second-placed Manchester City set for a very winnable match on Sunday against Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C., Premier League leaders, Liverpool survived the pressure to win at home on Saturday, albeit with a lot of angst as James Milner’s late dramatic winner secured all three points against in-form Leicester City to help the Reds maintain their flawless start to the season.

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.

Georginio Wijnaldum kept his eyes on the prize and unleashed a volley to open the scoring in the late stages of the tie

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.

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.

Riyad Mahrez won the penalty after Ben Foster brought down the Algeria international inside the area after six minutes.

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.

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