Weekly Premier League round-up Matchday 13

Premier League Matchday 13 is over now and we have the Matchfacts of the matches that happened on Sunday and Tuesday respectively. The final standing of all the teams competing this season can be given out with final score lines that can be witnessed in the latter stages of the articles. We are looking at a confirmed top spot holder currently but more than 50 percent of the season is still left and anything can happen in that time.


Tottenham vs Aston Villa

Final score line: 1-2

Scorers: Giovani Lo Celso (22’) assisted by Pedro Porro

              Pau Torres (45+7’) assisted by Douglas Luiz  

              Ollie Watkins (61’) assisted by Youri Tielemans

Match Facts: Unbeaten and on top of the league for the first 10 matches, Tottenham Hotspur looked like they were a candidate to compete for the Premier League title this time out but since then they have suffered three straight losses back-to-back with the latest against Unai Emery’s Aston Villa. Ollie Watkins looks red hot with yet another goal, guiding his team to the fourth position with contention to qualify for the Champions League next season if they keep performing like this.

Everton vs Manchester United  

Final score line: 0-3

Scorers: Alejandro Garnacho (3’) assisted by Diego Dalot  

               Marcus Rashford (56’) Penalty  

               Anthony Martial (75’) assisted by Bruno Fernandes

Match Facts: something of what you call BEAUTY, was the goal best described when Alejandro Garnacho scored vie a bicycle kick. This a goal that can be crowned this year's Puskas with many already considering it the one. The game was rounded off with goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial with misery for Everton after already being punished by the FA board for violating the FFP rules.


Fulham vs Wolves  

Final score line: 3-2

Scorers: Alex Iwobi (7’) assisted by Antonee Robinson  

              Matheus Cunha (22’) assisted by J.Bellegarde  

               Willian (59’) Penalty  

               Hwang Hee-Chan (75’) Penalty  

               Willian (90+4’) Penalty

Match Facts: Fulham has finally registered a win after going 4 games without a win in the Premier League. Wolves on the other end were on a run where they defeated top-placed teams, but haven’t been the most productive against smaller opposition. A team that has been hampered by injuries of some of their key players who had been the difference maker in most of their wins. The current standing shows Fulham in 14th place after the win and Wolves in 12th in the Premier League points table.

Premier League points table after Matchday 13

2MAN CITY139222029
4ASTON VILLA139131328
6MAN UNITED13805024
9WEST HAM13625020
15NOTTM FOREST13346-513
17LUTTON TOWN13238-119

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