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After Man Utd Won Southampton 9-0 Yesterday, Checkout How the Premier league table stands (PHOTOS)

By ART101 | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 1298 views

After Manchester United Won Southampton 9-0 Yesterday, Checkout How the Premier league table stands (PHOTOS).

Manchester United were in a very great form yesterday night as they play against Southampton and won the match nine goals to nil, the match was such an interesting match though Southampton were given two red cards so it is very difficult for them to go head to head with Manchester United.

The match ended four nil in the half-time and ended nine goals to nil in the full-time, thanks to Cavani, Martial, Wan Bissaka, Fernandes and so on who came up with the goals.

After the match ended, the Premier league table changed a little bit though Manchester United didn't go top of the league but they keep the pressure on as they look like one of the favourite to win the league this season.

Checkout how the Premier league table stands now after yesterday match;

What do you think about the Premier league table as it stands... Do you think Manchester United can win the league?

Share your thoughts and drop your comments below.

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