EPL Saturday: Tottenham Draw, Leicester City Beat Arsenal, While Chelsea Make It Six Straight Wins

Sheffield United stretch their unbeaten run to five games with a deserved draw at Tottenham, Leicester City moved up to second in the English Premier League as second-half goals secured victory against Arsenal and Chelsea made it six wins in a row after beating Crystal Palace.
Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 1 Sheffield United

Sheffield United overcame one VAR incident to grab a point from Tottenham Hotspur in North London on Saturday.

George Baldock scored in the second half after snake-bit David McGoldrick had a goal pulled back for a toenail’s worth of offside. 

Fine margins.Spurs were again quite poor aside from Heung-Min Son and some moments from Giovani Lo Celso. Son scored the goal.

Sheffield United stay fifth with 17 points, 12th place Spurs also claim a 16th point. 

Leicester City 2 - 0 Arsenal 

Leicester City continued its fine home cooking with a straight-forward 2-1 defeat of unorganized Arsenal at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

The Foxes go second in the table with 26 points, a point more than Man City before the defending champs visit Liverpool on Sunday.

Arsenal is now eight points back of fourth place, sinking below fifth place Sheffield United on goal differential.
Chelsea 2 - 0 Crystal Palace 

Chelsea beat a stubborn Crystal Palace side 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, as Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic popped up with second half goals. 

Abraham opened the scoring and Pulisic then delivered a late header to cap off a fine individual display.

A sixth-straight English Premier League win for Frank Lampard‘s side momentarily pushed them up to third place in the table.

Burnley 3 - 0 West Ham United 

Burnley beat West Ham United 3-0 at Turf Moor on Saturday, as the Clarets battered the Hammers to move above them in the table. 

Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood set them on their way in the first half, while an own goal from West Ham goalkeeper Roberto summed up an awful defensive display from the Hammers.

With the win Burnley now have 15 points, while West Ham remain on 13.

Newcastle United 2 - 1 AFC Bournemouth 

DeAndre Yedlin and Ciaran Clark scored to lead Newcastle United back from an early deficit, as the Magpies collected a 2-1 win over Bournemouth at St. James’ Park.

The Magpies are now unbeaten in three and sit 11th with 15 points, one behind seventh place Bournemouth.

The Cherries goal came via Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson off a delightful training ground corner kick.

Southampton 1 - 2 Everton 
 Everton beat Southampton 2-1 at St Mary’s on Saturday as Marco Silva‘s men dug deep to secure their first Premier League away win of the season.

Tom Davies gave them the lead but Danny Ings equalized for a much-improved Saints in the second half. 

However, Richarlison bagged the winner 15 minutes from time as the Toffees continue their fightback.

With the win Everton move on to 14 points, while Ralph Hasenhuttl‘s Southampton remain on eight points and are second from bottom in the table.

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