Premier league matchday four kicked off on Saturday with a style.Manchester United won their second match of the campaign after beating Southampton fc by 1:0 which was scored by Bruno Fernandes.Ten men Chelsea fc defeated Leicester City by 2:1.Chelsea goals were scored by Raheem Sterling whereas Foxes only goal was scored by Harvey Barnes.Manchester city defeated Crystal Palace by 4:2.Erling Haaland scored his first Premier League hat trick to seal a win for the champions at Etihad.Liverpool hammered newly promoted side Bournemouth by 9:0.Luis Diaz, Roberto Firmino, Van Djik, Elliot and Trent Alexander Arnold were on the scoresheet.On Sunday, Newcastle were to take on Wolvermpton Wanderers.Both teams started the match slowly in the first half without making any meaningful attempts to score.Wolves got themselves a first half goal which was scored by Ruben Neves after he was assisted by £50m signing from Sporting Lisbon Matheus Nunes.In the second half, Newcastle United improved their overall play though they could not convert their clear chances to equalize at Mollenux stadium.Alan Saint Maximin was on fire again as he was Newcastle 's united best player by far compared to his teammates.In the dieing minutes of the second half, Maximin dribbled past four players to score a cracking goal to equalize for Newcastle.After the match, fans praised him for his individual brilliance and won the man of the match due to his impulsive attacking style.Maximin has been a relevition to most football fans this season for his good footwork and mesmerizing skills on the pitch.
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