The full version of the premier league table can be seen as it stands after all Sunday matches were played.
The highlights of the weekend's games begins with the match between Manchester City and Arsenal which concluded with The Gunners loosing to the Citizens. Raheem Sterling scored an early goal in the 2nd minute of first half which Arsenal were unable to cancel out despite the great need to get a win. Pep Guardiola however succeeded in winning another match which will keep his hopes of claiming the title early very much alive.
West Ham United also thought Tottenham Hotspur a league lesson as they won against them 2-1, with goals from Michail Antonio and Jesse Lingard. It was a crucial win for David Moyes who has high hopes of being in the top and securing champions league Football for the Hammers. For Mourinho, it may be one of his last games at White Hart Lane as five loses are enough to send an EPL manager packing.
At Villa Park, Aston Villa also lost 1-2 to Leicester City and failed to keep the pressure high on Everton. Result from the encounter has left Aston Villa on position 8th on the premier league table with 36 points to their name.
Manchester United also recorded a win in their league outing as goals from Marcos Rashford, Daniel James and Bruno Fernandes were enough to silent the Magpies. Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's team now sits second on the table with 49 points. Below is the premier league table after Sunday's matches were played.
Manchester City are still the leaders as points are concerned and at moment, it looks like there is no stopping them.
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