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After Everton Defeated Liverpool And Chelsea Drew, This Is How The EPL Table Now Looks

By RelationshipTalkz | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 1135 views

The premier league competition, returned to action today and as usual, alot of actions and drama were displayed.

The first game that started the premier league match day 25th, was between Southampton and Chelsea. Southampton welcomed Chelsea at the Saint Mary's stadium in their fixture yesterday.

Southwest who has been on poor form in recent weeks, took an early lead in the first half of the game after Minamino scored a brilliant goal in the 33 minutes of the first half of the game.

Chelsea on the other hand, returned to the second half of the game in a more organized manner as they mounted several pressures on the home team which led to their equalising goal in the 54th minutes of the game.

Chelsea mounted more pressures on Southampton, but they were unable to secure all 3 points as the game ended in a disappointing 1:1 draw.

After Chelsea drew Southampton, Liverpool then welcomed Everton at the Anfied stadium in the derby match. Liverpool who has been dominating the merseyside derby in recent years, were comfortably defeated by Everton by two goals to nothing, all thanks to Richarlison and Sigurdson.

After Liverpool were defeated and Chelsea drew, below is how the premier league table now looks like.

What do you have to say about this, do you think Liverpool will still qualify for Champions League competition next season? Kindly share your opinion in the comments section below.

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