4) Lukaku proving to be a flat track bully
Romelu Lukaku earned a lot of plaudits and praise for his goalscoring start to life at Chelsea this season following a big money transfer from Inter Milan last summer.
However, while Lukaku seems to have greatly improved from his first spell in the English Premier league, the Belgian striker still looks a flat track bully who goes somewhat missing against top opponents as exemplified in his failure to find the back of the net against Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester city so far this season.
3) Solskjaer needs to fix Man united or get sacked
Ole Gunner Solskjaer has come under a lot of pressure at Manchester united following his side's poor run of form in their last four outings with the 20 time premier league champions recording three losses in their last four outings.
Well, alot of fingers are already pointing at Solskjaer who already seems to be overwhelmed by the pressure at Old trafford. United are set to play some tough games in the next few weeks which will undoubtedly make or break Ole Gunner Solskjaer's grip on the managerial position at Old trafford.
2) Pep finally find a cure for Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea
One of the highlights of the match week 6 in the English Premier league was Manchester city's impressive win over Chelsea.
Having lost all of his last three games to Chelsea including that agonizing defeat in last season's Uefa champions league final, Pep Guardiola seemed to have finally found a way to defeat the seemingly unbeatable Thomas Tuchel in a game that saw both managers flex their tactical muscles over the weekend. That win could be the eye opener other teams need inorder to wringle out points from the blues who seem to have an answer for everything thrown at them so far this season.
1) Arsenal are back
Arsenal showed why they should never be written off under any circumstance. The Gunners seem to have shaken off their terrible form earlier this season and look to have clicked at the right time as evident in their impressive 3-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur this week end.
Mikel Arteta's side are now up to tenth place in the league after occupying the relegation zone earlier this season which goes to show how much of a progress they have made over the past few weeks.
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