This weekend has been one of the busy among all weekends in terms of sporting activities. This is more in the revealed in our soccer field. In this weekend, several historical events happening.
The noise Man United and Chelsea funs went silent after both of them lost their early kickoff matches again Aston Villa and Man City respectively.
Afterwards it was the time for Liverpool to Climb on the top of the table. But this didn't happen as they were held a 3-3 draw against the relegation graduates Brentford.
Arsenal on the other hand registered a great win in their north London derby against their rivals Tottenham hotspurs. Historically Tottenham have lost 3 consecutive London derbies against Crystal palace, Chelsea and Arsenal today.
Robert Lewandoski was scoring in each of their games. This weekend match to him it was a bad day in the office the same to Christiano Ronaldo.
Kenyans are happy as their boy Michael Olunga scored 5 goals in the second half creating a new record.
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