The English Premier League Review For Matchday 13
Saturday early encounter saw the Gunners welcome Newcastle United to the Emirates Stadium but nothing happened during the first half interval until the 2nd half where the gunners were able to compound more misery to the Newcastle United side that is still winless for this season. Liverpool continues with their impressive ever since losing to West Ham United but they were dominant, destructive and it was a goal rush as they ease past Southampton in a four-nil victory for the Reds. Patrick Vieira of Crystal Palace welcome Steven Gerrard of Aston Villa as we saw the 2 players come to encounter each other as the Aston Villa of Steven Gerrard stole the show with a crucial away win seeing the new manager winning back to back since he became the manager. On the other hand, Norwich City played a goalless draw with Wolverhampton. The same result surface between Brighton and Leeds United, a goalless draw. Not too many scores were scored but 9 goals were registered as 2 draws were the outcome.
Sunday encounter was the talking point at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea and Manchester United locked horns together as both sides shared the spoil. Brentford had the better half of Everton as they secured all 3 points at home. Manchester City's comfortable win at home against West Ham United has profound their problems making back-to-back losses for the Hammers. Leicester City ran the route at the King Power Stadium in a 6 goals thriller as they won 4-2 at home against Watford. Burnley versus Tottenham Hotspur match was postponed due to heavy snowfall.
The Log After Matchday 13
Other matches were played, 21 goals were scored on matchday 13, and 3 draws was the outcome, one match was postponed as there is a slide change in the log. Chelsea still tops the table as pressure continues to mount. Liverpool and Manchester City continue their winning streak.
Matchday 14 is looming as we will witness a mid-week encounter but before then, stay tuned as I will bring you the match preview so that you will not miss a thing. For now, I am out and I remain the sports oracle.