arsenal A stunning North London derby win against 10-man Tottenham kept them top of the Premier League table.
rare thomas party strikes and goals from Gabriel Jesus Granit Xhaka secured a well-deserved 3–1 win, while Spurs, who had leveled after a Harry Kane penalty, lost for the first time in the league this season.
Party got the ball rolling with his first Arsenal goal from outside the box in his 65th game for the Gunners, and Kane leveled from the spot to take his total in the fixture to 14 in 18 games.
However, the second half belonged to the hosts, with Jesus scoring a goal in his North London derby debut and Xhaka continuing his excellent form on both sides of Emerson Royale’s red card to Spurs.
Trossard scored twice in the first 20 minutes as Liverpool passed out, but the hosts responded and Roberto Firmino scored one back before the break to equalize in the 54th minute.
Adam Webster’s own goal nine minutes later seemed to give Liverpool a point, but Trossard equalized in the 83rd minute.
In his first Premier League match since leaving Brighton in charge for Chelsea, Conor Gallagher’s last-gas goal gave Graham Potter a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace.
Odone Edouard scored the opening goal for Palace in the seventh minute, while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalized seven minutes before half-time in his first league start for the Blues.
Chelsea looked like they needed a point to find the top corner with Gallagher, who was at Palace on loan last season, with an excellent opening goal for his parent club.
Newcastle beat 10-man Fulham 4-1 after Nathaniel Chalobah was sent off in the eighth minute for a challenge to Sean Longstaff.
Callum Wilson scored the first goal after three minutes, and Almiron added a fourth in the second half, thanks to a superb goal from Miguel Almiron and a goal from the long staff. rice field.
Everton beat Southampton 2-1 to take their first away win of the season.
Joe Arrivo put Southampton ahead, Conor Cody equalized and Dwight McNeil scored Everton’s first goal.
Bournemouth and Brentford canceled out each other in a 0–0 draw on the South Coast.
In the closing stages, West Ham scored the coveted three in a 2-0 home win over Wolves.
Gianluca Skamakka scored his first Premier League goal in the 29th minute with a volley, before Jarrod Bowen added his second nine minutes after half-time.
Diego Costa made his Wolves debut as a second-half substitute but was unable to keep Bruno Large’s side from dropping to the bottom three.
https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/thomas-partey-gabriel-jesus-arsenal-brighton-leandro-trossard-b2190238.html Liverpool and Brighton share a six-goal thriller as leaders Arsenal win the Derby