Tottenham pushes Arsenal further into trouble, Liverpool wins easily

The thirteen-time national champion, for the last time the best in 2004, has now descended to fifteenth place. Tottenham took over the lead again from Chelsea.

Significant goal Son

In the first half Heung-Min Son opened the score beautifully. The South Korean pulled a sprint from his own half, controlled the ball and pulled in in his characteristic way. A few seconds later he curled the ball nicely inside.

Also the 2-0 was of great beauty. A razor-sharp counter launched Harry Kane with a free shooting chance up close. The striker hit hard and became top scorer of all time in the North London derby.

The top scorers of all time in a row.

In the end of the match, in which base force Steven Bergwijn was changed, Tottenham was no longer in trouble.

Liverpool in track Spurs

Liverpool remains in the wake of 'The Spurs'. On Anfield Road the reigning national champion won 4-0 on Sunday evening against Wolverhampton Wanderers and outdated Tottenham on the ranking.

Liverpool got off to a good start. Henderson sent a depth pass that looked harmless like Mo Salah. Nevertheless, Wolves defender Conor Coady made a huge mistake against his old team and offered the Egyptian a free passage towards goal that did not disappoint: 1-0.


In the second act, Henderson sent a fellow player deep again. Now captain Georgino put Wijnaldum to work. The Dutch National kept the overview and curled the ball in. After that, it was Joël Matip - on Salah's indication - who made it 3-0 and Nelson Semedo scored a goal of his own.

For the first time fans were present in the Premier League again this weekend. Each match had a maximum of two thousand spectators.

Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have both collected 24 points, but Tottenham has a better goal balance.

Vardy gold worth

Earlier on Sunday, Jamie Vardy was once again worth gold to his team Leicester City. The game against Sheffield United seemed to be heading for a 1-1 draw, until the goalie scored the winning goal at the start of injury time.

The 33-year-old striker was sent deep by James Maddison, after which Vardy rounded off eye-to-eye with goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale razor-sharp. When celebrating his goal, Vardy kicked the corner flag, for which he was given the yellow card.

The other hits came from Ayoze Perez (Leicester City) and Oliver McBurnie (Sheffield United). In the rankings Leicester climbed up to third place.


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