EPL Update: Premier League Results Matchday 8 And Table Standing Going Into The International Break

This weekend saw some shocking premier league results, while Liverpool pulled draw further away from the rest of the pack after another injury-time penalty duly converted by James Milner to score the winning goal against Leicester City at Anfield.

While Man City was shocked at home by 2 goals scored by Adama Traore to give  Wolves, it’s first away win in 14 league matches stretching all the way back to April, Man City as lost more ground on Liverpool in its chase to retain the title as City are now 8 points adrift.

Manchester United continues it wretched start to the 2019/2020 season, this is United worse start to a league in 30 years, On Sunday Evening Steve bruce’s Newcastle defeated United in his first win ever against Manchester United since he became a manager.

As bad weeks go, Mauricio Pochettino’s could not have been much worse.

Just four days after Spurs were humiliated by Bayern Munich in the Champions League, Pochettino’s Tottenham were comprehensively beaten by Brighton 3-0, in a game in which goalkeeper Hugo Lloris also suffered a dislocated elbow.

The defeat at Amex Stadium extends Spurs’ winless league run away from home to 10 matches, stretching back to a 2-1 win at Fulham on 20 January.

Premier League Results from Matchday 8;

Brighton 3 Vs Tottenham Hotspur  0

Norwich City 1 Vs Aston Villa  5

Watford 0 Vs Sheffield City 0

Burnley 1 Vs Everton FC 1

Liverpool 2 Vs Leicester City 1

West Ham 1 Vs Crystal Palace 2

Southampton 1 Vs Chelsea  4

Man City 0 Vs Wolves  2

Arsenal 1 Vs Bournemouth  0

Newcastle 1 Vs Manchester United 0         Photo Credit: Getty

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