Arsenal moved five points clear at the top of the Premier League thanks to a last-gasp Declan Rice winner against Luton. What was a tight game in the beginning turned into a topsy-turvy, end-to-end goalfest. Luton were competitive, but Arsenal were clinical to take the lead. A quick Gabriel Jesus throw allowed Saka to set
Arsenal went two points clear at the top of the Premier League after their 2-1 win over Wolves at the weekend. However, that counts for little when everybody plays again three days later. Just three points separate Arsenal, Liverpool and City and all three sides face tricky away ties this week. Despite the way people
Manchester City dropped points for the second consecutive Premier League game against Tottenham at the Etihad stadium on Sunday. They were undone by a 90th minute Dejan Kulusevski equaliser and drew the game 3-3. It leaves Manchester City third in the table, one point behind Liverpool and three behind Arsenal. After Son Heung-Min scored at
With one Champions League group stage game remaining, the fates of Manchester United and Newcastle are out of their hands. Half the Premier League contingent have qualified for the knockout stages thanks to Arsenal and Manchester City. It is, however, a different story for Newcastle and Manchester United who had trickier groups to negotiate. Manchester
Wolves manager Gary O’ Neil has again criticized the PGMOL after another night of questionable VAR decisions on Monday. Wolves’ last-minute 3-2 defeat away to Fulham was littered with controversial refereeing calls. As we are seeing too often this season, the officiating descended into messiness. Fulham were awarded a penalty in the 59th minute which
With the November international break out of the way, the Premier League season, and table, begins to take shape earnestly. The headline with regard to the Premier League title race is that Liverpool appear to be back. They solidified their credentials with a 1 – 1 draw against Manchester City at the Etihad on Saturday.
Somewhat obscured by the new season and other transfer market melodramas is the fact Michael Olise remains at Crystal Palace. Michael Olise signed a new four-year deal at Crystal Palace after a proposed move to Chelsea fell through. According to the Athletic, Chelsea made an error in their approach for the 21-year-old. His £35 million
Following Arsenal’s 1 – 0 Monday Night Football win over Crystal Palace, matchweek 2 of the Premier League is complete. The Premier League table has yet to take shape earnestly as many teams are still a work in progress. Big wins for Spurs, Brighton and Aston Villa caught the eye. Meanwhile, Manchester United and Chelsea
Arsenal take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Monday night with a win needed to build momentum and cohesion. Most people could name the Arsenal starting eleven that challenged for the title unexpectedly last season. Ultimately, a lack of depth and variety proved their undoing in the run-in. Mikel Arteta has addressed this in
In perhaps the most predictable transfer of all time, Neymar has joined Saudi Pro League side Al Hilal from PSG. The Saudi Pro League is new, but post-peak players joining lesser leagues for massive paydays is not. It has been clear for some time that Neymar was destined for a transfer like this. The reason?