English Premier league table after today's matches
By Sportified | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 34673 views
Matchweek 36 continued as Burnley played a 1-1 draw against Wolves at the Turf Moor stadium. Raul Jimenez and Chris Wood were on the scoresheet. Burnley are 10th with 51 points while Wolves are 6th with 56 points.
Manchester City hosted Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium. David Silva and Gabriel Jesus scored for the Citizens and David Brooks scored for the Cherries. Manchester City are still 2nd with 75 points while Bournemouth are 18th with 31 points.
Tottenham registered a 3-1 win at the St. James Park against Newcastle. Son Heun Min and Harry Kane scored for Spurs while Matt Richie scored for the Tyneside. Tottenham are 7th with 55 points while Newcastle are 13th with 43 points.
Arsenal welcomed Liverpool to the Emirates stadium in a 2-1 win. Alexander Lacazette and Reiss Nelson scored for Arsenal and Sadio Mane scored for Liverpool. Arsenal are currently 9th with 53 points.
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