Manchester United hosted Fulham at the Old Trafford on the evening of Tuesday where for the first time fans were allowed into the stadium for the remaining 2 EPL matches but observing the stringent restrictions of Covid-19 pandemic.
The match ended in a 1-1 draw despite the Red Devils scoring in the 15th minute through a long range effort assisted by talisman, Bruno Fernandes. Joe Bryan equalized from Bobby Reid cross from the left flank.
In another match, Southampton were at home, St Mary's stadium losing to the newly promoted, Leeds United 2 goals to nil. Patrick Bamford opened the scoring in the 73rd minute just before Tylor Roberts doubled the lead in the 95th minute.
Newly crowned EPL champions, Man City lost 3-2 to Brighton at Amex stadium where Trossard, Webster and Burn scored for the home team while Foden and Gundogan cancelled 2 goals for the visitors.
The last clash of the day was between Chelsea and Leicester where the Blues won courtesy of Rudiger and Jorginho's penalty goals. Kelechi Iheanacho scored one for the Foxes in the 76th minute.
Here are the big changes in the EPL table after yesterday's meetings;
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