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Matchweek 11: Team statistics, player ratings & the table after Man U draw and Man City defeat

Brentford and Brighton match opened matchweek 11 on Friday night. The game ended 2-0. On Saturday, the first match was Leicester against Crystal Palace whereby they ended in a draw of 0-0. Later Fulham vs Bournemouth and Wolves vs Nottingham Forest played at the same time. Their matches ended 2-2 and 1-0 respectively. Wolves was awarded a penalty and Ruben Neves netted in at 56th minute. However, Nottingham Forest was also awarded a penalty but Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa blocked it. On the other hand, Fulham was also awarded a penalty in which Aleksandar Mitrovic netted in at 52nd minute. Tottenham later played against Everton in which the game ended 2-0.

However, the Sunday matches were as follows:

Southermpton vs Westham: The game ended in a draw of 1-1.

Manchester United vs Newcastle United.

Newcastle United keeped Manchester United scoreless at Old Trafford in which the game ended a draw of 0-0. It was the first draw for Eric Ten Hag era. His boys missed several clear-cut goal-scoring opportunities whereby Rashford created a good chance for Fred but he missed to score a great goal at 87th minute.

Chelsea vs Aston Villa.

It has now been a fifth win in a row for Graham Potter since his tenure at Stamford Bridge. Mason Mount scored both goals and one of it being a stunning free-kick in second half. The goalkeeper Kepa also made several more huge saves from Luiz, Ings, Ramsey and McGinn.

Arsenal vs Leeds.

Arsenal defeated Leeds 1-0 at Ellan Road. In second half, VAR ruled off the red card and the penalty that Leeds was awarded by the referee after Gabriel collided with Bamford and kicked him. Leeds seemed to be unhappy about the decision and posted it on social media.

Liverpool played against Manchester City but later, Salah scored for Liverpool in second half and the game ended 1-0. Jurgen Klopp was given red card in 86th minute after abusing the referee.

After the matches, the table stand as shown below.

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Crystal Palace Leicester Man City Nottingham Forest Ruben Neves


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