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Premier League Announces All Man of the Match Winners From Matchday 8

 The matchday 8 of the English Premier League culminated with a lively 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Crystal Palace. After the end of matchday 8, the English Premier League in conjunction with Budweiser has announced the Man of the Match Winners from all the ten English Premier League matches played on matchday 8. 

   In the first English Premier League match of matchday 8, Liverpool blew away Watford in astonishing fashion, beating the English Premier League newcomer 5-0. Mohamed Salah was awarded the Man of the Match award after another impressive performance which saw him score one and assist another. 

    Wolves came from two goals down to defeat Aston Villa 3-2. The comeback was started by Romain Saiss after he scored Wolves' first goal. For this, he was awarded the Man of the Match award. 

    Jamie Vardy scored the winning goal in a splendid display by Leicester City as they defeated Manchester United 4-2. This was enough for the Englishman to be awarded the Man of the Match award. 

   Manchester City battled to a 2-0 win against Burnley and Bernando Silva, who scored the opening goal, was given the Man of the Match award. Norwich City and Brighton and Hove Albion played a nil-nil draw and Robert Sanchez was awarded the Man of the Match award after a superb performance. 

   Tino Livramento won the Man of the Match award in Southampton's 1-0 win against Leeds United. Chelsea battled to a 1-0 win against Brentford and this was possible only because of Edouard Mendy's heroics. The Senegalese shot-stopper had six saves and this earned him the Man of the Match.

    Angelo Ogbonna won the Man of the Match award in West Ham United's 1-0 win against Everton after scoring the winning goal. Heung-min Son won the Man of the Match in Tottenham Hotspur's 3-2 win against Newcastle United. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was the Man of the Match in Arsenal's 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace. The Gabonese attacker scored Arsenal's opening goal in the 8th-minute.

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