Premier League roundup: Liverpool beat City, Arsenal stay top | Sports News

Arsenal stay on high, Metropolis lose first sport of the season and Chelsea proceed resurgence underneath Potter.

Reigning Premier League champions Manchester Metropolis suffered their first defeat of the season with a 1-0 loss to a resurgent Liverpool at Anfield.

Sunday’s sport was an in depth affair and was determined by a 76th-minute Mohamed Salah purpose.

The Egyptian expertly managed Allison’s purpose kick and, after well spinning away from Joao Cancelo, completed coolly previous Ederson within the Metropolis purpose.

Liverpool carried the momentum from their 7-1 drubbing of Rangers into the sport and the three factors in opposition to Metropolis will do wonders for a facet that, till now, regarded wanting confidence.

Metropolis’s loss at Anfield, coupled with Arsenal’s slim win over Leeds, opened a four-point hole on the high.

Mikel Arteta’s high-flying Gunners stayed high with the win that got here courtesy a Bukayo Saka purpose.

An influence reduce at Elland Street led to the sport being briefly suspended after 20 seconds and restarted after a prolonged break.

Leeds received two penalties within the sport – Patrick Bamford missed the primary one and the second penalty, that was awarded in damage time, was overturned by VAR.

Arsenal defender Gabriel had initially been despatched off for the second incident, however his purple card too was overturned.

Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka scored the one purpose of the sport. [Lindsey Parnaby/AFP]

In the meantime, Graham Potter continued his spectacular begin at Chelsea, together with his crew defeating Aston Villa 2-0 by a Mason Mount brace that helped the Blues keep fourth within the desk.

Elsewhere, Cristiano Ronaldo made his second league begin for Manchester United however was unable to get on the scoresheet because the Reds had been held to a goalless draw by Newcastle United at Previous Trafford.

United keep fifth with 18 factors, and a destructive goal-difference, adopted carefully by Newcastle, unbeaten of their final 5 Premier League video games, a degree behind.

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