Other than watching the English Premier League games, there are those key moments that happen during the match that are worth remembering. Here are the 10 top moments in the English Premier League in September 2022.
1. Aston Villa lead tribute for Queen Elizabeth II - During the month United Kingdom Queen Elizabeth II died. Aston Villa is one of the top English Premier League clubs that led in paying tribute to the queen.
2. Manchester United end Arsenal winning start - Manchester United beating Arsenal 3-1 in game week 6 finished their unbeaten run in the English Premier League 2022/2023 season.
3. Ivan Toney's headline hat- trick - The English striker scored hat-trick for Brentford in their game week 6 EPL 5-2 win against Leeds United.
4. Bournemouth make unlikely come back against Nottingham Forest - AFC Bournemouth managed to over turn Nottingham Forest 2-0 win by scoring 3 goals in the second half ending the match 2-3. This was in game week 6 EPL match played on Saturday 3rd September 2022.
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