English Premier League round-up: Matchday 10

Premier League Matchday 10 brought us some exceptional matches with the Premier League points table becoming dynamic yet again. Here were the matches played on Saturday.

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham

Final score line: 1-2

Scorers: Joel Ward (53’) own goal 

                Son Heung Min (66’) assisted by Brennan Johnson 

                Jordan Ayew (90+4) Joachim Anderson 

Match facts: Tottenham is flying, NO Harry Kane NO problem for them as they win again to extend their unbeaten start to the season. Their current captain Son now has 8 goals and an assist to his name in the first 10 matches of the Premier League. A team driven by their forward line the involvement of James Madison and Dejan Kulusevski has been vital. Roy Hodgson’s side are at 13th position and are well cleared of the relegation places but to stay clear they must start performing at their best of form.

Chelsea vs Brentford

Final score line: 2-0

Scorers: Ethan Pinnock (58’) assisted by Bryan Mbuemo 

                Bryan Mbuemo ( 90+6) assisted by Neal Maupay 

Match facts: After three good performances against Fulham, Burnley, and Arsenal, Chelsea again slumped against a Brentford team where they should have extended their unbeaten run. It never felt like Brentford would miss Ivan Toney with the rest of the team performing very well in hai absence. Chelsea with a loss again fell into the second half of the table with 11 positions as Brentford lay just above them with a difference of one point.

Arsenal vs Sheffield United

Final score line: 5-0

Scorers: Eddie Nketiah ( 20’) assisted by Declan Rice

                Eddie Nketiah (50’)

                Eddie Nketiah (58’) assisted by Emile Smith Rowe

                Fabio Viera (88’) Penalty 

                Takehiro Tomiyasu (90+6’)

Match facts: Premier League Matchday 10, where Arsenal produced a thrashing of Sheffield United who remain winless throughout the season as the Gunners remain unbeaten while grabbing the second spot in the premier league table following Tottenham. It was the first-ever career hattrick for Eddie Nketiah as well as the first Arsenal goal for the info Takehiro Tomiyasu on his 50th appearance. Another goal was scored by Fabio Viera who celebrated his Penalty by dedicating it to his Wife.

Bournemouth vs Burnley 

Final score line: 2-1

Scorers: Charlie Taylor (11’) assisted by Dara O’ Shea 

                Antonio Semenyo (22’)

                Philip Billing (76’)

Match facts: it was a clash between the relegation battlers in the Premier League Matchday 10 when Bournemouth took on Burnley at home. The score remained 2-1 in favor of the home side as they see themselves move out of the relegation zone for the first time in the season this time out. Danish international midfielder Philip Billing has been the most promising player for Bournemouth for so many seasons and so was the deciding factor in their win against Vincent Kompany’s Burnley.

Wolves vs Newcastle 

Final score line: 2-2

Scorers: Callum Wilson (22’)

                 Mario Lemina (36’) assisted by Pedro Neto 

                 Callum Wilson (45+4’) Penalty 

                 Hwang Hee-Chan (71’) assisted By Toti 

Match facts: A good performance by Wolverhampton Wanders as they again played well against a top-half side. With a draw against high-flying Newcastle, they stand in the 12th position in the Premier League table. Their in-form winger Pedro Neto was stretched off during the game which will be a worry and his return is not yet specified as they hope for his early return. Newcastle were disappointing again as they led the game twice but were not able to hold onto it with deputy striker Callum Wilson again performing when given a chance with his brace in the match.

Premier League table after matchday 10


3MAN CITY108021524
5ASTON VILLA107121222
8MAN UNITED10505-515
9WEST HAM10424-114
16NOTTM FOREST10244-58
18LUTTON TOWN10127-115

Cover Credits: Footballcurve

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