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The Top 6 during Premier League football action this weekend.

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

So what happened in this week's premier league for the top 6


Everton vs Liverpool

First, we had a classic Merseyside derby, where fans could have asked for no less, the derby highly anticipated by the fans didn't fail to disappoint


Frank Lampard's side managed to get some from the Derby, as they had a goal disallowed.


This Merseyside Derby somehow threw Liverpool on in the mud, where their season seemed to have stepped on a stone.


With no wins from their last few games, Liverpool is now even behind Manchester United currently sitting in 8th position.


Chelsea vs West Ham

Chelsea vs West Ham was played in Stamford bridge.


With Chelsea seeming to play a bit out of order conceded first courtesy of a shot from Declan Rice put in by Antonio.


After soaking up the pressure Chelsea stumbled after Chilwell scored late on


A controversial moment came when West Ham's equalizing goal was ruled following a foul on Mendy by Bowen.


The moment, later on, came out to become controversial as many people were convinced the contact seemed very less.


Nevertheless, after the final whistle, all three points were in Chelsea’s pocket.




Tottenham Spurs vs Fulham

Tottenham faced Fulham in this week's premier league action.


With Son Heung-Min's curling effort Tottenham seemed to be onto the lead but the offside flag went straight up from the linesman.


Tottenham broke the deadlock against Fullam courtesy of a goal from Hojberg, An amazing effort from Hojberg


Tottenham seemed to continue their perfect start of the season with players pressuring the backline of West Ham.


Soon Harry Kane doubled the lead, but Fulham seemed to have pulled one back after an amazing effort from Mitrovic. Hugo Lloris making a game-saver change.


Richardson scored in the final third of the game only to be ruled offside by the VAR.



Aston Villa vs Manchester City

Aton Villa vs Manchester City didn't seem to disappoint either, the city with their Inform striker Erling Haaland was focused on just running away with the game


His 50-minute goal drought comes to an end from a cross-field ball by none other than Kevin De Bruyne


Although Haaland scored in the game Manchester City seemed to have hit the brakes soon after Aston Villa seemed to score right in the 75th minute thanks to the courtesy of Leon Patrick Bailey.


An interesting moment came when Phillipe Coutinho seemed to have scored a winner soon it was ruled offside, But later revealed from images that Coutinho seemed to be onside. VAR is in serious jeopardy.


However the match played out as a draw, Steven Gerrad looking more than happy to hear the final whistles his team managed to scoff a point from the mighty City


Manchester United vs Arsenal

The most anticipated game of the weekend Manchester United vs Arsenal didn't seem to disappoint, with both teams coming from a good run of form lately.


Arsenal however seemed to look more fresh than ever as they looked to carry out their winning streak against United



Earlier in the game, A goal scored by Martinelli was disallowed as a foul committed by Odegaard during the build-up of that goal.



Their new boy Antony making a difference scoring an assist from Rashford


Soon the score the again level thanks to the courtesy of Bokayo Saka scoring the Arsenal side


Arsenal seemed determined to win and went on an out attack leaving Arsenal vulnerable to counters, which they did with Rashford scoring from that delightful ball from Bruno Fernandes, United found themselves in front


With the final nail in the coffin coming from Rashfor again, United seemed to be on the right track in their rebuilding process under Ten Hag.



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