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Have A Look At The Current League Table After Man Utd, Chelsea and Other Matches Have been Played

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Yesterday began an exciting round of football in the Premier league for week three that will be completed today, with most teams coming into the games to continue in their wonderful form by winning yet again to make 9 points out of 9, some came to right their wrong of the previous match day while some others just came to continue their poor run, therefore I thought it wouldn’t be nice to start any kick off on a super Sunday without seeing the current standings on the table

* Brighton Vs Manchester United: The first of the first round of the week saw Brighton&Hove Albion host the red colours of Manchester United, a match the home team out classed Manchester United in all angles but could not put the game beyond their visitors, as Manchester United manage to grab an undeserving victory in the last minute of the game hence it ended Brighton 2 – 3 Man Utd.

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* Crystal Palace Vs Everton: The next piece of action saw the high flying Crystal Palace host the good performing Everton at the Selhurst Park, with the match giving one of exciting moment of the day the goals did not come in the second half which meant the eagles were beaten through the first half score line, hence it ended Crystal Palace 1- 2 Everton.

* Burnley Vs Southampton: In other for the both teams to get a major boost ahead of their next matches, someone needed to win this particular game which meant even one properly protected goal can guarantee the three points in the match, this was something that Southampton were good at doing as the ended up with a 1-0 win at the Hawthorne Stadium, hence it ended Burnley 0 – 1 Southampton.

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* West Brom Vs Chelsea: From a losing end the newly promoted West Brom faced a hungry Chelsea side who were looking to avenge their Liverpool’s defeat, to everyone’s surprise it was the underdog side that scored the first three goals of the match as Chelsea fought to share the points by forcing just but a draw, as VAR came to their rescue in the later stages of the game, hence it ended West Brom 3 – 3 Chelsea.

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