Game week 8 — English Premier League

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October 8, 2018

Game week 8 — English Premier League

Twenty teams took to the field from Friday to Sunday. As the Premier League is gears up for the two week international break.

Brighton 1–0 West Ham

Glenn Murray’s goal sealed three points for Brighton

West Ham have performed brilliantly over the past few weeks while it has been a completely different story for Brighton.

Burnley 1–1 Huddersfield

Christopher Schindler leveled for Huddersfield in the 65th minute.

Sam Vokes helped to put the hosts ahead in the 19th minute.

Watford 0 — Bournemouth 4

Bournemouth are sixth in the Premier League *claps* with 16 points from eight matches following a 4–0 away win at Watford on Saturday.

As for Watford they have slipped down to 9th in the division.

Leicester 1 — Everton 2

Good job Everton!

Everton picked up their second Premier League win on Saturday away at Leicester, they got off to a perfect start when Bernard and Richarlison scored.

Leicester drew level five minutes before the break with a first goal from Ricardo Pereira.

Leicester centre-half Wes Morgan was sent off after a foul on Richarlison, making this the second time Morgan has been sent off this season.

Tottenham 1 — Cardiff 0

Spurs picked up three points at Wembley on Saturday against Cardiff, with Eric Dier’s early strike was the only goal of the game.

The win moved Tottenham up to 18 points from 8 games this season, Spurs have won three Premier League games in a row.

Newcastle vs Manchester United

Jose Mourinho was under huge pressure before the red devils took on stage this weekend.

Having lost to teams such as West Ham and Brighton and had been held to a 0–0 draw at home to Valencia in their last game.

Kennedy and Muto put Newcastle 2–0 up after 10 minutes.

This change would pay dividends as Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez would all score to give Man United a 3–2 win.

Fulham 1 — Arsenal 5

It’s nine wins in a row for Unai Emery’s Arsenal.

Arsenal fans sung “we’ve got our Arsenal back” .

Alexandre Lacazette opened the scoring for the Gunners in the 29th minute as Andre Schurrle drew Fulham level on the stroke of halftime.

Lacazette fired the Gunners 2–1 up at the start of the second half.

Aaron Ramsey came off the bench to make it 3–1 in the 67th.

while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added a late fourth and fifth.

Southampton 0–3 Chelsea

Liverpool 0 — Manchester city 0

Man City 0–0 drew at Liverpool on Sunday.

The result means that Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea all have identical records after eight matches.

All three sides are on 18 points after six wins and two draws.

Riyad Mahrez took a poor penalty over the Liverpool bar in the final stages of the match.

Which game was your favorite?

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