Premier League Rundown Postponed Matchday

This postponed matchday was marked by blowouts and tight scoring matches.

Burnley (1) vs. Tottenham (0)

Burnley stays on top of the table to the team in Spurs. Burnley is in the fight to keep their Premier League campaign alive and stay away from relegation. After a quiet 45 minutes, the Spurs put on the pressure when Ben Davies’ shot on target was placed directly at Nick Pope. In the 71st minute, the skipper for Burnley Ben Mee put his team ahead as he headed Josh Brownhill’s free-kick behind Hugo Lloris. Burnley moves into the top relegation spot right behind Everton.

Watford (1) vs. Crystal Palace (4)

Crystal Palace put the crushing defeat of Chelsea behind by putting four goals in the Watford net. Both teams struck early in the match keeping it close. Just before the halftime whistle, Conor Gallagher scored a brilliant top bins goal to put Palace ahead. In the second half, it was the Wilfried Zaha show. He scored both goals to put the match to bed. Palace ends their winless drought at six matches.

Liverpool (6) vs. Leeds United (0)

Liverpool put on a goal-scoring clinic against struggling Leeds. Mo Salah scored twice from spot kicks, and Sadio Mané scored his own two goals late in the match. It was Joel Matip who had the Reds and the faithful at Anfield cheering the loudest when he scored his first goal in the Premier League this season. Virgil van Dijk added the final blow to Leeds with his own goal in extra time. This victory put the Reds three points behind Manchester City.

Arsenal (2) vs. Wolves (1)

A battle between two teams wanting the final spot in the Champions League for next season. Wolves answered the bell right away. Hwang Hee-Chan put the Wolves ahead in the tenth minute. But, in the 82nd minute… cue the comeback. Nicolas Pépé scored the first goal of the comeback with a riffled shot past Jose Sa. Then, Alexandre Lacazette forced a mistake from Sa that hit his hand and went in the net for the match-winner. The win by the Gunners moves them up to fifth place with two matches in hand on fourth-place Manchester United.

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