The English Premier League continues to give fans the best of excitements week in week out, little wonder it is rated as one of the best leagues in the world.
Chelsea's win over Tottenham Hotspurs yesterday saw the end of week 5 games and the table is gradually shaping up.
Below are five key things we noticed from EPL game week 5;
1. Chelsea Makes Bold Statement in Title Chase With Emphatic Win Over Tottenham Hotspurs.
Chelsea's 3-0 win over Tottenham yesterday shows how ready they are for a title chase this season and Tuchel seems to know exactly what he is doing at Chelsea.
2. Man City May Taking Time To Find Their Rhythm.
Manchester City failed to score for the second time this season against Southampton, and the draw suggests the Citizens are yet to find their rhythm.
3. Liverpool Ready To Battle.
The Anfield guys continued to put in great effort week in week out, and they are rightly joint with Chelsea at the top of the table.
4. Man United Are Not Title Favourites Despite Win Over West Ham United.
Man United game against West Ham United ended dramatically with Mark Noble missing a penalty that could have given West Ham a point at their home ground. However, it is not the best of play from Red Devils and they are no title favourite at the moment.
5. Arsenal Gradually Stepping Up.
Arsenal seems to be stepping up gradually and in no time we may see the Gunners we have anticipated before the start of the season.
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