Manchester City puts on an outstanding display and easily wins 2-0. Foden gave them the advantage after 15 minutes by driving into the box and shooting Pope with a deflected shot. After Silva won the victory by scoring just a few minutes after joining the game in the 67th minute, Wilson and Joelinton paid the price for their missed opportunities for Newcastle to draw the match.
Arsenal displayed their champion spirit, coming from two goals down to win 3-2. After Billing and Steven put Bournemouth two goals up, Thomas Partey started the comeback for Arsenal and Arteta's subs. Nelson and White combine to restore parity. Nelson scored the final and winning goal of the match.
Chelsea can now start a winning streak after their hard-earned 1-0 victory over Leeds United, as Wesley Fofana scored the only goal in the match.
The Premier League Table After These Matches
Arsenal are still five points clear of Manchester City, while Chelsea remain in 10th place.
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