With an amazing game from Spurs last night, matchweek 3 comes to an end with a few surprises.
Man City kicked off the weekend’s match against Wolves and drew. After several attempts from which Rui Patricio managed to get a finger-tip save as City’s Raheem Sterlings tried to score from a long range at 21’. The second half started with neither side in the lead. However at 57’ Will Boly struck for Wolves and broke the deadlock assisted by Joao Moutinho. City managed to keep them on their toes and levelled them which ended in a draw at full time. This moving City down the table to 5th place yesterday.
Arsenal managed to win their first game of this Premier League as they kept hammering the Hammers with goals. Even though West Ham scored the first-last goal and never managed to keep up with The Gunners as they shot straight for a win. Nacho Monreal and Danny Welbeck scored for Arsenal at 30’ and 90’+2’ respectively while Issa Diop’s own goal broke the tie at 70’. Arsenal won 3-0
Chelsea kept their heads in the game and followed with 3 out of 3 match wins for the season. Alongside Liverpool, Spurs and Watford who can be the ones to break their victory?
Burnley came under fire as Fulham roasted them on Sunday night at the Craven Cottage, London. While Aleksandar Mitrovic scored twice, Fulham’s Jean Michael Siri and Andre Schurrle participated in Burnley’s defeat which ended in Burnley “halfing” against their opponent’s final score. The Whites also managed to win their first game for the season 4-2.
Matchweek 3 results ended like this for each game:
SATURDAY, 25 August 2018
SUNDAY, 26 August 2018
MONDAY, 27 August 2018
Man City moves down 4 places as Liverpool scores their first pass to first place. Matchweek 2 top 5 shuffled around a bit after Matchweek 3.
Will the top 4 manage to carry on with their wins and make their 4th match another win?