In the English premier league, the introduction of the Video Assistant Referee VAR has done almost nothing to stem the controversial decisions in the League. There are some instances that the computerized referee has shown, and made verdicts that doesn't contradict the obvious happenings. Other times, some of it's decisions have been clearly partial and biased.
After Man U lost 0-5, and Leicester won 2-1, Check out how the premier league table currently looks.
The English Premier League continued, with three fixtures to be played for the day. Beginning today's fixtures, Leicester City visited Brentford, hoping to maintain their winning run after claiming victory against Manchester United in their previous league fixture. Today's game ended 1:2, with the visiting team claiming all points.
Brentford vs Leicester city Leicester city were in premier league action against newly promoted side Brentford at the Brentford community staduim on Sunday evening. The Foxes would take a win from that match as goals from Youri Tielemans and James Maddison were enough to earn a 2-1 win for Brendan Rodgers men.
Arsenal football club has been having a series of good results in the English Premier League recently. Mikel Arteta seems to be responding very well to his three unexpected consecutive defeats in the league in the month of August. They have managed to have six games unbeaten run in the Premier League, but it does not mean that they put up convincing performances in those games.
I have seen some lovely goals in the last premier league matches played, in my own opinion, these goals deserve a nomination for the premier league goal of the month award. I will be sharing with you the lovely goals that deserve to be nominated for the award.
Leicester City won battling Brentford in today's match. Brentford had a great performance in today's match just as they did against Chelsea in their last match. Brentford tried getting back into the game after they scored an equalizer, but Leicester City fought back and took the lead back.
The Premier League continues this weekend as ten matches have been scheduled to take place from Saturday to Monday. Chelsea is currently on top of the League table after thrashing Norwich City 7-0 at Stamford Bridge while Manchester City overtook Liverpool on the table after defeating Brighton 4-1 at the Amex Stadium.
On Sunday, an in-form Leicester team travels to Brentford for a Premier League match. With 11 points from eight games, the Foxes sit 11th in the table, one point behind Brentford in ninth. On match day eight, Leicester won the game of the weekend, defeating Manchester United 4-2 at the King Power Stadium.
The blues ran riot yesterday as they put newly promoted Norwich city to the Sword at Stamford Bridge in a one-sided 7-0 victory to further strengthen their position at the top of the Premier League table. In the build up to the game, questions have been asked of the club on how they will cope without their recognized strikers, who sustained injuries during the week in the UCL.
Chelsea will face Malmo at Stamford Bridge in the Champions League this night. The Blues will look to win the game to strengthen their chance of progressing to the next round of the competition after losing against Juventus last month. However, the Stamford Bridge club is the favorite side to win the game thanks to their good run of form so far this season.
Leicester City defeated Brentford by 2 goals to 1 in the English Premier League today. Tielemans and James Maddison got on the scoresheet for the visitors, while Jorgensen found the back of the net for Brentford. Leicester City took the lead in the first half, when Tielemans broke the deadlock in the 14th minutes.
Frank Onyeka was in the starting lineup for Brentford football club in the Premier League today when they hosted Leicester City at the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Super Eagles Midfielder had a decent performance in today's match despite Brentford's 2-1 loss to Leicester City at their home turf.
Top meets bottom in Saturday's Premier League battle at Stamford Bridge, as Chelsea and Norwich City prepare to lock horns in the English capital. The Blues marched to a 1-0 win over Brentford in-game week eight, while Norwich claimed their second point of the season against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Arsenal FC players' performances in the first three (3) Premier League games in the new season were woeful, defeated by the newly promoted club, Brentford by 2-0 goals, then Chelsea FC by 2-0 and Manchester City by 5-0. Since then, the club has played seven (7) games in all competitions without a defeat, won five (5) and drew two (2).
The defeat in Turin means Chelsea cannot afford to relax on their laurels if they must qualify from Group H into the next round of this season's UEFA Champions League. Chelsea have had a dip in form since their 1-0 defeats to Manchester City and Juventus in September, claiming a late 3-1 win over Southampton who had a man dismissed in the match on 2nd October, and was luck to leave Brentford community stadium with all three points last Saturday.
Chelsea's European title defence was hampered by a 1-0 defeat to Juventus in Group H in their last Champions League match. They host Malmo of Sweden on Match Day 3 of the campaign, seeking to get back on track. Chelsea now sit second in the group with three points, while Malmo remain in last place with zero points following two consecutive defeats.
The English Premier League has come this weekend again as teams will be in action. Last week, we had some interesting games like the game between Chelsea and Brentford and a couple of others, this week's fixtures may be more interesting since some big clubs will be playing against themselves.
Chelsea have not lost since the beginning of October and the club are still top of the Premier League table. A 3-1 victory at the beginning of the month at home to Southampton, a 1-0 hard fought victory away at Brentford and an impressive 7-0 victory against Norwich today means Chelsea have had a perfect October in the EPL.
Ole Gunner and Harry Maguire Reveals How Man United Can Bounce Back To Winning Ways After 0-5 Defeat
Manchester United had one of their worst nightmare at Old Trafford on Sunday 24 October from Liverpool FC who nailed them to a 0-5 defeat. Skeptically, United were lucky not to go down to bottom table after Brentford and Everton lost their matches to Leicester and Watford. The humiliation at old Trafford has called for an analysis to seeing where exactly United's error came from.
The Egyptian king opened the ball to the Reds of Jürgen Klopp at the Wanda Metropolitan Stadium and missed a shot from James Milner. After becoming the first player in the club's history to score nine consecutive games, Mohammed Salah set a new record in Liverpool's evolving honor.