Man United Displaced to 3rd by Leceister City in the Premier League Table after 3-1 Win Over Liverpool
By DiqxontheLordking | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 2089 views
Leceister City climbed up to 2nd in the Premier League after a dramatic 3-1 victory over defending Champions Liverpool. After a goalless halftime draw Liverpool were first to score through Salah who scored his 17th Premier League goal. Leceister City bounced back immediately and scored 3 dramatic goals in a span of 6 minutes through Jamie Vardy, Maddisson & Harvey Barnes to seal an emphatic 3-1 victory. Liverpool have now lost 4 of their last 6 matches & seem to be dropping out of the UEFA Europa league spots which might cause Sacking for Jurgen Klopp.
Manchester United were displaced to 3rd by Leceister City but still do have a game tommorrow against Westbrom. Manchester City who takes on Tottenham stil lead the log with 50 points while Manchester United have dropped to 3rd with 45 points. Chelsea & Westham have a chance to overtake the defending Champions Liverpool if they win their Monday Premier League fixtures.
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