Liverpool bounce back in a special manner from misery they endured a week ago as they spanked giant killer Huddersfield who tormented Manchester United the previous week.
Although the first half ended in a deadlock after Mohammad Salah’s penalty was saved by the salvation hands of Huddersfield keeper Jonas Lossl, the second half preserved three goals for the Kops.
Daniel Sturridge opened the scores five minutes after second half kickoff as Roberto Firmino doubled the lead before Georginio Wijnaldum closed the chapter of goals with the third one.
Liverpool is positioned sixth on the table after the victory with sixteen points, four wins, four draws and two loses.
They will play next Slovenian side Maribor at the Anfield on Wednesday in the Champions league fixture before playing the next premier league fixture away from home at the London Stadium against West Ham United on 4 November.
Whereas after failing to maintain their glorious win against United and suffering a Pathetic defeat in the hands of Liverpool, eleventh place Huddersfield will visit The John Smith’s Stadium to play West Brom on Saturday.
At the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal came from behind to enjoy a 2–1 victory over stubborn Swansea city had taken a first half lead.
Sam clacus gave the away team the lead with his 22nd minutes strike as the former Hull City player scored his first goal since joining in August.
The seemingly commendable attacking trio of Ozil, Lacazette and Sanchez that played for the second time posed less threat as the real threat came from the left wing back Sead Kolasinac.
The Bosnia-Herzegovina international scored an equalizer at the 51st minutes in the second half before setting up Aaron Ramsey for the winner seven minutes later on.
The win which happens to be the thirteenth in a raw at home ever since the infamous 5–1 the gunners suffered to German giants Bayern Munich, is their longest ever winning streak at the Emirates.
The results mean Arsenal is now fourth on the table with nineteen points, six wins, one draw and three loses. The Gunner will play their next fixture in the Europa league against Red Star Belgrade on 2 November before visiting Etihad Stadium to face table leaders Manchester City on Sunday.
Whereas Swansea is seventeen on the table with eight points, they will play their next fixture in the premier league on 4th November against Brighton.
At the Hawthorns, Manchester City defeat hosts West Brom 3–2 as they maintained their position on the top of the table with a difference two points.
Sane opened the scores at the 10th minutes and two three minutes later Jay Rodriguez equalized for the home side before Fernandinho restored City lead at the 15th minutes as Raheem Sterling doubled their lead at the 64th minutes.
Philips’ goal at the injury time had not capacity to threaten the visitors hence Manchester City collected maximum points.
Manchester City trio of Sane, Aguero and Gabriel Jesus now have eight goals in the season as the team leads the table with twenty eight points, nine wins, one draw and zero lose.
They will play their next fixture away to Napoli in the Champions League on Wednesday before returning for a premier league fixture at home against Arsenal on Sunday.
Whereas fourteenth place West Brom will play their next fixture in the premier league away to Huddersfield at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
At the Old Trafford, a one nil win against Tottenham Hotspurs was enough for Manchester United to boost superior than North London inspite of Mauricio Pochettino’s quality display of talent in the recent years.
After a forty five minutes goal drought, substitute Anthony Martial broke the stalemate at the eighty-first minutes with his penalty box finish, thanks to Romelu Lukaku’s header.
Romelu Lukaku tried to score in the second half in two occasions, first a shot saved by Spurs captain Hugo Lloris and second a header that hit the wood work.
Whereas it was clear that Pochettino’s team missed the services of goal poacher Harry Kane as the visitors failed to score and had limited chances to score with one presenting itself to Dele Alli who though good but failed to fill in Kane’s shoe as his shot from Christian Eriksen’s cross went wide.
Jose Mourinho’s side is second on the table with twenty three points, seven wins, two draws and one lose. They will play their next fixture in the champions’ league on Tuesday 31st October against Benfica before visiting the Stamford Bridge on Sunday for a fixture against Chelsea.
Tottenham is third on the table with twenty points, six wins, two draws and two loses. They will play their next match in the champions’ league against Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu on 1st November before returning to Wembley for a premier league fixture against Crystal Palace on Sunday.