Manchester City drops points again
A few of the big teams in the Premier League played their match on Saturday. In this article we talk about the results of these big teams. So read the brief match summaries for Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City.
Burnley versus Arsenal
The Gunners got 0 out of their first three games so they had to do something. 6 points were obligated from Last week’s match against Norwich City and this week’s match against Burnley. After beating Norwich City with 1-0, the Gunners also won this match with 0-1 thanks to a free-kick by Martin Odegaard. They were desperate to get the win in this match and their gameplay showed it. The attackers were in bad form, but we’ve seen some very good defensive performances from Arsenal players. With their second victory of this season, Arsenal plays in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday before they play the North London derby next weekend. Going into the derby with 6 points, will give them some confidence. Do you want to watch Arsenal versus Tottenham Hotspur? Book your North London derby tickets through our secure booking system.
Manchester City versus Southampton
This was one of the games this Saturday where the people who like to see some goals tuned in for. Southampton had it pretty much under control in the first half and kept it goalless until half-time. Halfway the second half things looked to become even prettier for Southampton when the referee awarded them with a penalty and sent off Kyle Walker for the foul. Currently, it’s always waiting if VAR agrees and immediately after seeing the replay, everybody knew VAR would have something to say about it. VAR did and told the referee to come and look. The replays showed that Walker didn’t make a foul and the penalty decision was turned around. With 20 more minutes to go Man City kept pushing to score the winning goal, Raheem Sterling scored one in extra time, but another VAR interference denied the goal. Which means this match remained goalless and Southampton did an amazing job to keep it goalless at the Etihad. It doesn’t get any easier for the Cityzens since they travel to Stamford Bridge next weekend to face Chelsea. Book your Chelsea v Man City tickets via our booking system and watch this match live in London.
Liverpool versus Crystal Palace
Liverpool was the third big six club that started with a 3pm match. They struggled with the organised Crystal Palace, but just before half-time Mane opened the score. Palace kept things steady in the second half, but the moment they needed to push forward a bit more to get a result, Mohamed Salah scored the 2-0 for Liverpool. In the 89th minute Keita scored the 3-0 to set the final score on a 3-0 victory for Liverpool. Which brings them to the top of the table with 13 points out of 5 matches. Next weekend they face another tough task with an away match against Brentford. Visit this match with the best Brentford v Liverpool tickets.