After Week 11 of the Premier League, Chelsea stays top of the table after a draw at home whilst Manchester City and West Ham move to three points behind after both winning their games. Liverpool’s loss to West Ham moves them to fourth place.
The bottom of the table stays unchanged from last week with Burnley, Newcastle and Norwich all remaining in the bottom three. A win for Norwich and a draw for Newcastle see them both on 5 points whilst Burnley’s draw with Chelsea moves them closer to the teams above them.
Southampton 1-0 Aston Villa
3’ After a bad clearance from Aston Villa, Adam Armstrong (pictured below) receives the ball and scored from just outside the box to put the visitors in front.
Manchester United 0-2 Manchester City
7’ Joao Cancelo crosses the ball into the box and Eric Bailly tries to clear but puts the ball into the back of his own net to give the away team the advantage.
45’ Cancelo crosses the ball to Bernardo Silva (pictured below) who scores in the bottom right corner from close range extending the visitors lead.Embed from Getty Images
Brentford 1-2 Norwich City
6’ A poor clearance from Brentford leaves Mathias Normann with the ball who scores in the bottom right corner from the edge of the box to give Norwich the lead.
29’ Charlie Goode fouls Teemu Pukki (pictured below) inside the box. Norwich are awarded a penalty. Pukki scores in the bottom left corner to extend the lead.
60’ Saman Ghoddos crosses the ball over the head of Tim Krul to find Rico Henry who finishes from close range for Brentford.
This was Norwich City’s first win this Premier League season but wasn’t enough for Daniel Farke to keep his job.
Chelsea 1-1 Burnley
33’ Reece James crosses the ball to Kai Havertz (pictured below) who finishes with a header into the goal.
79’ Jay Rodriguez receives the cross from Ashley Westwood and heads the ball to Matej Vydra who finishes from close range to put the scores level.
Crystal Palace 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
61’ James McArthur receives the ball from a Wolves clearance and passes to Wilfried Zaha (pictured below) who scores across the goal to the bottom right corner to give the home team the lead.
78’ Romain Saiss clears the ball but only as far as Conor Gallagher who scores into the bottom right corner increasing the home team’s lead.Embed from Getty Images
Brighton and Hove Albion 1-1 Newcastle United
24’ Ciaran Clark fouls Leandro Trossard (pictured below) inside the box. Brighton are awarded a penalty. Trossard takes and scores straight down the middle of the goal to give the home team the advantage.
66’ Matt Ritchie crosses the ball which finds Clark who heads the ball to Isaac Hayden who finishes with a right-footed shot finding the equaliser for Newcastle.
90+2 Robert Sanchez is sent off for denying a goal-scoring opportunity after fouling Callum Wilson. After using all their substitutions, defender Lewis Dunk goes in goal for Brighton for the remainder of the game.
Newcastle are still looking for their first win in this Premier League campaign.
Arsenal 1-0 Watford
36’ Alexandre Lacazette is fouled by Danny Rose. Arsenal are awarded a penalty. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang steps up to take but the shot is saved by Ben Foster.
56’ Moussa Sissoko intercepts the ball from Ben White but Emile Smith-Rowe (pictured below) gets the ball and scores into the bottom right corner from outside the box to give Arsenal the lead.
89’ Juraj Kucka fouls Nuno Tavares and is sent off following a second yellow card.
Everton 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur
Antonio Conte takes charge of his first Premier League game with Tottenham.
90+2 Mason Holgate is shown a red card after a foul on Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (pictured below).Embed from Getty Images
Leeds United 1-1 Leicester City
26’ Raphina (pictured below) scores in the bottom left corner from a free-kick outside the box to give the home team the lead.
28’ Boubakary Soumare passes the ball to Harvey Barnes who finds the top right corner for the equaliser, just after kick-off from the first goal.Embed from Getty Images
West Ham United 3-2 Liverpool
4’ Pablo Fornals crosses the ball from a corner. The ball is put in the back of the net by Alisson Becker for an own goal giving the home team the lead.
41’ Mohamed Salah passes a short ball to Trent Alexander-Arnold (pictured below) from a free-kick who scores into the top right corner from outside the box to make the score levels at half-time.Embed from Getty Images
67’ Fornals receives the ball from Jarrod Bowen and finishes into the bottom right corner to give the home team the lead again.
74’ A corner from Bowen finds the head of Kurt Zouma who scores his first West Ham goal to extend the home side’s lead.
83’ Alexander-Arnold finds Divock Origi who scores in the bottom right corner.