Arsenal strolled past Tottenham Hotspurs 3-1 on Sunday at Emirates to seal a comfortable 3rd Premier League victory of the season. The Gunners goals were scored by Emile Smith Rowe, Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka while Tottenham consolation goal was scored by Hueng Min Son as Arsenal wo the second consecutive North London Derby. Following the 3-1 victory, Arsenal climbed up to position 10 in the Premier League table with 9 points while Tottenham Hotspurs dropped to position 11 with 9 points due to weak goal difference. Wolves saw off Southampton 1-0 on Sunday afternoon at St Marys Stadium, goal courtesy of Raul Jiminez to climb up to position 14 in the EPL Table with 6 points.
Manchester City demolished Chelsea 1-0 on Saturday, goal courtesy of Gabriel Jesus to climb up to position 2 in the Premier League Table with 13 points. Manchester United lost 1-0 to Aston Villa on Saturday at Old Trafford to drop to position 4 with 13 points while Liverpool were held into a 3-3 draw by Brentford to climb up to position 1 in tge EPL table with 14 points.
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