Chelsea‘s poor home form continued as the Blues drew with Wolves after going two goals up thanks to Romelu Lukaku’s brace but the wolves fought back through goals from Francisco Trincao and Conor Coady to end the game 2-2 draw.
Manchester City moves three points above Liverpool on the Premier League table after thrashing inform Newcastle by 5-0 after Liverpool drew 1-1 with Tottenham at Anfield.
Mikel Arteta‘s side also made a top-four statement by beating stubborn Leeds United by 2-1 at Emirates while Manchester United Premier League woes continued after they suffered yet another heavy defeat in the hands of Graham Potters Brighton.
Meanwhile, Everton moved one point off the relegation zone after beating Leicester City 2–1 at the King Power stadium. Watford’s relegation was confirmed as they lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace and Burnley also lost to Aston Villa at home and Brentford won 3-0 against Southampton at home.
Who made the Team of the Week.
Here is the Premier League Team of the week.
Vitaliy Mykolenko,Cristian Romero,Conor Coady
Pascal Gross ,Kevin de Bruyne,Buendia,Benrahma
Garth Crooks picked Jordan Pickford as the Goalkeeper of the week after another impressive performance to keep Everton’s hope of staying in the Premier League alive.
Vitaliy Mykolenko became the first Ukrainian to score for Everton and his goal came at time Everton needed points to escape relegation.
Cristian Romero the Argentinian international is now finding his feet in the Premier League after initial struggles he was the man standing between Liverpool and their chance of getting three points.
He made nine-ball recoveries against Liverpool.
Conor Coady got the equalizer to prevent Chelsea’s new owner Todd Boehly his first win as Chelsea owner as the American Billionaire watches on.
Marc Cucurella scored the first goal as Brighton thrashed Manchester United 4-0 and had the most touches (44) and completed the most passes (36) of any player for Graham Potter’s side on Saturday.
Kelvin De Bruyne put up a show as Manchester City brushed Newcastle apart with Emiliano Buendia who scored and assisted for the first time in the Premier League this week.
Pascal Gross was sensational when Brighton defeated Manchester United and scored his fourth goal of the season and Said Benrahma Said Benrahma scored his ninth Premier League goal to register 21 goal involvements in the competition earning him a spot in the team of the week.
Chelsea star Romelu Lukaku and Arsenal Youngster Eddie Nketiah Lead the attack.
Romelu Lukaku replayed Thomas Tuchel’s faith in him after the Chelsea coach handed the Belgian striker a place in the Chelsea lineup.
The 29-year-old striker scored twice making Chelsea the top goalscorer this season with fourteen goals.
Eddie Nketiah, whose Arsenal contract expires this summer, has been instrumental in Arsenal’s pursuit of Champions League football this season.
The Arsenal striker scored a brace to help the Gunners win 2-1 over Leeds United.