Chelsea woes continues and more pressures for Jose Mourinho as they lost 1-3 to Liverpool at home on Saturday. It was a shocking defeat to the home fans as they went home in shame.
Manchester City and Arsenal continue their winning ways as City grabbed a narrow win at home against Norwich City while Arsenal trashed Swansea City 0-3 at Swansea. Manchester United and Crystal Palace cancelled themselves out in a goalless draw as United goal drought continues.
Leicester City continued their fine form as they came from behind to win 2-3 at Westbrom with goals from Mahrez and Vardy. Watford grabbed a 2-0 home win over West Ham and kept a clean sheet, with Odion Ighalo scoring the two goals for the newly promoted side.
The match between Newcastle United and Stoke City ended goalless at St James’ Park. Everton gave Sunderland a shocking 6-2 defeat as Arouna Keone grabbed a hat – trick and an assist, Lukaku was also on the score sheet.
Graziano Pelle and Steven Davis helped Southampto to a 2-0 home win over AFC Bournemouth. Find our team of the week here, while we round up the week
Time is running Out for Jose; Klopp thrives under pressure
Mourinho watched his side crumble at home as they lost 1-3 to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. The time is running out for The Special One and failing to win the next two matches will surely seal the fate of the Portuguese manager.
Ramirez gifted Chelsea an early lead just 4 minutes into the game but The home fans buried their heads in shame as they watched their team being humiliated by the mersey side reds, Philippe Coutinho equalised just before half time and scored again in the 74th minute before super sub Benteke finished it off.
Mourinho looked like he had so much to say in his press conference but couldn’t find the words for a perfect expression.
The Liverpool fans have just seen the glimpse of the tactical prowess of the German manager, as Klopp put every decision right in the crunch crash. Rightly so, he denied to consider the Reds as title contenders for the time being and admitted that his team is a work in progress.
Piers Morgan take another swipe at Wenger
Piers Morgan is not a popular figure among the Arsenal fans. The most hated journalist of the Gunners fan defended Mourinho as he compared him to Arsene wenger in his tweets: Mourinho hasn’t won Premier League for 5 months & media are baying for his blood. Wenger hasn’t won it for 11yrs, media give him free pass.
Mourinho hasn’t won Premier League for 5 months & media are baying for his blood. Wenger hasn’t won it for 11yrs, media give him free pass.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 31, 2015
Joe Hart’s howler and a Penalty for the rescue of Man City at the death
Manchester City continued on their Premier League title quest as they beat Norwich City 2-1 at Etihad stadium, Nicholas Otamendi scored the opener while Cameron Jerome equalised for the Canaries from Joe Hart’s mistake, Yaya Toure then converted a penalty in 89th minute to secure the win.
The Argentine defender Nicolas Otamendi is fast establishing himself as a key player at the center of the defense for the team.
Arsenal keep the pace up Manchester City
Arsenal are still behind City on goal difference, after they trashed Swansea 3-0. From 3 second half goals from Giroud, Koscielny and Joel Campbell. Although they had the lesser possession, they made more attempt on goal and finally grabbed a deserved win.
Ighalo impresses again and two in a row for Watford
Watford got their second successive win in a row as they defeated West Ham at home. Odion Ighalo continued his good form as he grabbed a brace to seal the victory.
Shy to shoot United heap pressure on Van Gaal
Manchester United’s goal drought continued at Selhurst Park as none of their players was able to put his name on the score sheet but they managed to claim a point and dropped to fourth position.
Leicester the team to beat this season ?
Leicester have shown they are no pushovers as they climbed above United in the table. The pair of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez has taken Leicester to a higher level as they delivered once again.
Salomon Rondon scored the opener for the Baggies but Riyad Mahrez brace and one goal from Vardy turned the game around before Rickie Lambert’s Penalty which gave Westbrom a chance to equalise but it wasn’t enough.
Butland saves Stoke City again, should replace Hart as No.1
Stoke Goalkeeper Jack Butland denied Newcastle a win in the Tyne-Wear derby, as the the young keeper made six incredible saves for his side’s 0-0 draw at St James’ Park. Three clean sheets in a row for the 22 year old 46 saves this season, the most number by any goalkeeper in the league.
Another howler say Joe Hart in the weekend and many pundits and fans are calling for Butland to replace Hart as England number one at Euro 2016.