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New Tottenham Boss, Jose Mourinho, continued his phenomenal start at his new club ..., and It was a disappointing return to Stamford Bridge for Chelsea, ...

Moussa Sissoko volleyed home Tottenham's third to put the hosts further ahead and the game seemingly to bed.

Manchester City’s hopes of a successful title defense was dealt another huge blow on the heels of Newcastle’s Jonjo Shelvey’s stunning late equalizer as Liverpool held off a feisty Brighton surge late on for the full points and an eleven points advantage at the helm over the former.

Elsewhere on the day, Arsenal maintained their recent winless run with a come-from-behind 2-2 tie against lowly Southampton that heaped ...

Sadio Mane volleys the ball goalwards with his left-foot, with the ball taking a deflection off Palace's Gary Cahill into the net.

The English Premier League continued this afternoon following a week’s break with Liverpool extending their unbeaten run to thirteen consecutive games on the heels of a nervy and dramatic 2-1 away victory over Crystal Palace, who lost a third straight in as many outings.

Sheffield United overcame VAR controversy to grab a 1-1 draw at Tottenham after having a goal ruled out for John Lundstram’s big toe being offside.

Tammy Abraham's strike earned Chelsea a deserved lead after a first-half of relentless pressure on the well organised Palace defence.

Ahead of Sunday’s scheduled clash between champions Manchester City and Premier League leaders Liverpool, Leicester City and Chelsea amped up the pressure on the former with respective 2-0 victories over Arsenal and Crystal Palace that saw them move up second and third on the table; a point better than the champions, who cannot afford to lose at Anfield.

Elsewhere on the day, Newcastle bested West Ham in a five-goal fiesta, Sheffield United scored an impressive 3-0 win over Burnley, and Brighton's revival under manager Graham Potter continued .

Sadio Mane scored a 94th minute header to ensure Liverpool rescued three points and remained top of the Premier League

For the second successive week, Premier League leaders, Liverpool, on Saturday survived the upset, this time on the road, scoring two late goals – including a dramatic injury-time winner from Sadio Man – as they came from a goal down to beat Aston Villa to preserve their unbeaten start to the season and their six-point advantage against Manchester City who had to wait for Kyle Walker’s late winner to complete their comeback at home against a gutsy Southampton side.

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