EPL week 4 results: HUGE for City, points dropped for United !

Our saturday was indeed full of action when it comes to the English premier league and it all started with a huge win signed by Manchester city when they faced the reds of Liverpool. A 10 man Livepool lost 5-0 in Saturday’s early kick off. City scored the first against the run of play, with a great Kevin de Bryun assist to the one and only Sergio Aguero. But the big moment of the game was when Mane was sent off due to his over violent high boot kick to Ederson. A straight red card was shown to the player and Liverpool had to continue the game with 10 players. From them on there was only going to be one winner.

Manchester United end their winning start !

United’s very very successful start of the season came to an end when they drew 2-2 to stoke. The home side scored first when Choupo Mouting turned home Diouf’s cross.

That was a short time of joy when Pogba’s header deflected off Rashford and sailed into the back of the net a couple of minutes after stoke’s goal.

10 minutes into the second half, Mkitaryan played in Lukaku who scored the rebound. However, Stoke levelled the game in the 63 minute when Mouting rose above Jones and scored the stoke header to equalise.

Here are the rest of the results and the Premier League table after yesterday’s games.

 Saturday’s Results

Manchester City 5-0 Liverpool

Arsenal 3-0 Bournemouth

Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1 West Bromwich Albion

Everton 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton 0-2 Watford

Leicester City 1-2 Chelsea

Stoke City 2-2 Manchester United

Premier League Standings (Goal Difference)

1. Manchester United – 10 (+10)

2. Manchester City – 10 (+8)

3. Chelsea – 9 (+3)

4. Watford – 8 (+4)

5. Tottenham Hotspur – 7 (+4)

6. Huddersfield Town – 7 (+4)

7. Liverpool – 7 (0)

8. West Bromwich Albion – 7 (0)

9. Arsenal – 6 (-1)

10. Stoke City – 5 (0)

11. Southampton – 5 (-1)

12. Burnley – 4 (0)

13. Brighton & Hove Albion – 4 (-2)

14. Swansea City – 4 (-2)

15. Everton – 4 (-4)

16. Newcastle United – 3 (0)

17. Leicester City – 3 (-2)

18. Crystal Palace – 0 (-6)

19. Bournemouth – 0 (-7)

20. West Ham United – 0 (-8)