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English Premier League Table After Manchester United Suffers Derby Defeat And Chelsea Drew 1-1.

Manchester United were in action with Manchester City few hours ago and it was a victorious one for the blue side of Manchester as Manchester City secures three points at Old Trafford.

Manchester United started poorly with a defensive mix-up by Bailly who scored past his goalkeeper to give Manchester City a lead in the first half. Manchester United played a defensive but yet they couldn't stop the attacking pressure from Manchester City.

Silva scored the second goal of the match to secure the win for the blue side of Manchester.

Manchester United made four substitutions in the second half of the match but his effort to score a consolation goal in a Manchester Derby match was futile. Both goals were scored in the first half of the match. In other words, the reason why Manchester United substituted four players is due to the new EPL that supports extra substitution if a player gets injured in the head/ some part of the skull.

Chelsea Vs Burnley.

Chelsea faced Burnley at Stamford Bridge in their 11th EPL game this season as they intend to widen the point gap with other strong contenders [Manchester City and Liverpool].Mason Mount is not in the first Eleven players selected to start the game but they secure a lead from the first half.

Reece James crosses in a beautiful goal for Kai Havertz to give Chelsea a lead in first after Burnley Goalkeeper has denied them several chances to earn three points. The only goal in the first half was scored by Kai Havertz.

Burnley scored a leveler goal that shocked Chelsea who is leading the game until the 80th minute of the game. The Match ended 1-1 at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea still maintains the lead in English Premier League after the win at Stamford Bridge.

Do you think Chelsea can win English Premier League this season if they can maintain this form?

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