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EPL: 7 Things Noticed From The Premier League Matches For Game week 5

After the premier league matches this week, I will be showing you, some of the things I notice from the matches played this week.

1. Aston Villa winger Leon Bailey celebrated his goal against Everton, by paying the tribute to the Jamaican Twitch Streamer, Steffie Gregg, who died at the age of 26. It was a great afternoon for the Aston Villa winger, who came into the game and turned things around.

2. Sadio Mane performed extremely well against Crystal Palace on Saturday, he becomes the first player in the premier league history to score in nine consecutive matches against the same team. The African winger always makes the difference against Crystal Palace and he showed that yesterday afternoon.

3. English goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale kept his second clean sheet against Burnley yesterday, the new Arsenal boy made three saves and he was named the man of the match. You can see the passion, after he helped Mikel Arteta's team to earn all the three points.

4. What a performance from David De Gea today, he was the Manchester United hero against West Ham United, the Spanish goalkeeper saved a penalty for the first time since April 2016.

5. Dutch defender Virgil Van Dijk played his 100th premier league game for Liverpool against Crystal Palace yesterday. He won 76 games from the 100 premier league games he played for the Reds.

6. Chelsea have won every premier league game they've played at Tottenham's new stadium, the blues are currently top of the table. Thomas Tuchel's men kept a clean sheet as they defeated Tottenham 3-0.

7. Jesse Lingard decided not to celebrate against West Ham United, after he scored the winner today.

These are the things I notice today.

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