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EPL Table Changes And Table Of Top Scorers After Chelsea Draw And Man City 2-1 Win

After early kick-off games begun on 28th of Saturday, the left 5 games were wide of 29th of November to mark the 13th leg a done deal. Below is a screenshot table of the played matches.

The only match that had issues is a clash between Burnley vs Tottenham hotsphurs. The match was postponed due un-avoidable reasons.

Leicester City vs Watford was an event of goals during the first half. It totaled to amount of 4 goals. Leicester begun through James Maddison, two goals from Jamie Vardy and Joshua king from Watford had an Equalizer of one goal which ended first half 3-1. Emmanuel Dennis opened second half through VAR on 62nd minute then Lookman closed the chapter with fourth goal 68th minute to fulltime 4-2.

The clash between Manchester City and West Ham united was a tricky event. Man city lend one goal neal on first half and second half turned the chapter a 2-1 through Ferbandinho and Manuel Lanzini.

Brentford vs Everton was such a hard task. Brentford got luck on 24th minute through Ivan Tonney before the game got momentum. The clash ended 1-0.

The so long awaited match turned a tricky event in the first half. The game ended a draw of 0-0. Second half was introduced in the 50th minute through Sancho then Jorgino equalized through a penalty in the 69th minute and concluded full time a draw of 1-1.

After a full weekend without the so ranked ar-trick of goals. The table of top scorers too changed effectively. Salah leads with 11 goals followed byJamie Vardy with 7 goals. Below is the table.

After Chelsea managed a gain of one point from draw of 1-1 with Manchester United, they retained their first position with 30 points followed by Man city with 29 points then Liverpool with 28 points. Study the screenshot for more analysis.

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