Two matches were played in the English Premier League today as Wolverhampton Wanderers travelled to face Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium Stadium while Arsenal hosted Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.
Wolves returned to winning ways in the competition today as they displayed a brilliant performance against Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium. Raul Jimenez opened his Premier League account today as he scored the only goal which gave Wolves a slim 1-0 victory over Southampton at full-time.
Arsenal also followed the winning route in the Premier League today when they faced Tottenham Hotspur in a crucial North London Derby. The Gunners put up their best performance in the Premier League this season as they condemned Spurs to a heavy 3-1 defeat thanks to goals from Emile Smith-Rowe, Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka.
The EPL Table After Today Matches.
Arsenal moved to the 10th position on the league table with 9 points while Tottenham dropped to the 11th position with 9 points also.
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