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Meet The Only Club Yet To Be Beaten In The Premier League This Season

Keeping an unbeaten record isn't easy for football clubs but a particular club has kept it after six games in the EPL this season.

A reminder that both Chelsea and Manchester United lost their first PL game of the season today when they fell to Manchester City and Aston Villa respectively.

Man City did a neat job by beating Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge. Thanks to Gabriel Jesus' goal in the second half which was enough for Guardiola's men to snatched all the points.

photo credits: UCL via Twitter

Man United, on the other hand, suffered a 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa as Kortney Hause's goal made the difference.

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Clubs like Tottenham, Manchester City, Arsenal, Leicester City have all lost their unbeaten record in the early part of the season.

A reminder that Tottenham was the one who spoiled Man City's unbeaten record when they beat them by 1-0 on Premier League's opening day.

photo credit: Manchester City via Twitter

Later did Crystal Palace inflicted Tottenham with her first defeat of the season when they flogged them 3-0 at Selhust Park.

photo credit: Crystal Palace via Website

Arsenal also lost her first game of the season against Brentford when the Gunners were flogged by 2-0 on EPL opening day.

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However, Liverpool is the only unbeaten club that is remaining in the Premier League this season. They drew Brentford by 3-3 today as Mohamed Salah hits a Premier League record of 100 goals.

photo credits: Premier League via Twitter

Liverpool are currently on top of the EPL table with a point difference after their fair result in London this evening. They've won four games and drawn two in their six league games this season

Nevertheless, how long this good form will be maintained by the Meyserside Red will determine what they would achieve this season, I.e whether winning the title or not.

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