Leicester City came from a goal down to secure a 3-1 victory at the expense of the Liverpool.
Liverpool Mohamed Salah broke the deadlock after 67 minutes for the game’s first goal, James Maddison got Leicester level after his free-kick was allowed following a VAR review. Jamie’s Vardy and Barnes completed the scoring in the 81 and 85 minutes to send Leicester City 3rd level on points with 2nd placed Manchester United who played out a 1-1 draw away at the Hawthorns.
Aubameyang’s return to the side came with a hattrick as the gunners continued their fine form to see off Bielsa’s Leeds United. Guardiola’s Mancity were yet again lethal in front of goal; they secured a 3-0 win over Mourinho’s Spurs who slipped to 9th place.
Scott Parker’s Fulham finally got a win at the expense of Everton who was considered the favourite for the tie. Nigerian International Maja secured a brace for the cottagers in his first start for Fulham after he joined on loan from Boudreaux in January.
At Stamford Bridge, Tomas Tuchel’s side saw summer signing Timo Werner get on the score sheet after 1000mins of football without a goal and leapfrog Liverpool into fourth place. Tuchels side is unbeaten in 6 starts since his takeover at the bridge.
Premier League action returns this weekend with Chelsea starting out at St. Mary’s Stadium in the first game of this weekend’s premier league fixtures.
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