Premier League 2021 Week 3 LIVE: Spurs, Manchester United win, Manchester City hammer Arsenal 5-0, Liverpool play out 1-1 draw to Chelsea coming up next, Follow live updates
Premier League 2021 Week 3 LIVE: Manchester City hammer Arsenal 5-0, Liverpool vs Chelsea coming up next, Follow live updates- Manchester City have…
Premier League 2021 Week 3 LIVE: Manchester City hammer Arsenal 5-0, Liverpool vs Chelsea coming up next, Follow live updates- Manchester City have absolutely thrashed 10-men Arsenal 5-0. Arsenal still has no goals in the 2021/22 Premier League campaign as they go to the bottom of the table. Ferran Torres scored a brace, and the other 3 goals were scored by Ilkay Gundogan, Gabriel Jesus, and Rodri. Liverpool will host Chelsea next at Anfield as we wait for another heavyweight clash.
Manchester United defeats Wolves away from home to set a new record. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer beats the record for the longest away unbeaten run in the top-flight from Feb 2020-present (28 games). Mason Greenwood scored again as his goal was the decider between the two teams. Manchester United goes level with Chelsea and Liverpool on points in the Premier League table.
Burnley vs Leeds
Chris Wood scored in the 61st minute against his former club, but Patrick Bamford spoied the party by celebrating his England call-up. He scored the equalizer on Sunday as Leeds United came back for a 1-1 draw at Burnley in the Premier League.
Spurs vs Watford
Son Heung-min helped Tottenham move onto the top of the Premier League as the South Korean’s free-kick saw Nuno Espirito Santo’s side maintain their 100% start to the new PL season. Spurs find themselves two points clear of second-placed West Ham after recording a 1-0 win against Watford on Sunday.
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10-men Chelsea defended with all their power in the 2nd half to rescue 1 point from the match. Chelsea went 1-0 up in the 1st half with a brilliant header from Kai Havertz. However, there was drama in the injury time of the 2nd half as Reece James cleared the ball off the line but got his hand involved. He was shown a red card and a penalty was awarded to Liverpool. Salah stepped up to score his 99th goal for Liverpool and equalize right before half-time.
Aston Villa 1-1 Brentford
Aston Villa and Brentford played out an entertaining 1-1 draw as the visiting promoted side continued their impressive start to the Premier League season at Villa Park on Saturday.
Brentford started brighter, opening the scoring after seven minutes when Ivan Toney found himself unmarked in the box and fired home an unstoppable strike following a low cross from the left by Sergi Canos that was flicked on by Pontus Jansson.
Villa hit back six minutes later through Emiliano Buendia after smart work by Danny Ings on the left, the new signing feeding the ball on the edge of the box to the Argentine who finished emphatically.
The hosts had a terrific chance to take the lead after 20 minutes but a snap Ings effort from an Anwar El Ghazi cross was brilliantly kept out by Brentford goalkeeper David Raya.
The second half started much like the first, with both teams taking the game to each other though clear chances were hard to
Brentford defender Ethan Pinnock came closest after 82 minutes but his tame header was saved by Emiliano Martinez. The match got a bit feisty towards the end as both sides desperately searched for a winner, with six players seeing yellow cards three for each team.
For Villa, a major cause of concern came with an injury to central defender Ezri Konsa, who was forced off due to a knee problem just before the final whistle. The draw leaves Villa in 11th place on four points from three games, with Brentford two spots higher on five
Norwich 1-2 Leicester City
Marc Albrighton struck a 76th-minute winner as Leicester City condemned promoted Norwich City to a third straight defeat with a 2-1 win at Carrow Road on Saturday.
Jamie Vardy had fired Leicester ahead with a superbly taken goal in the eighth minute before Teemu Pukki brought the home side level from the penalty spot just before the break.
The penalty came after Caglar Soyuncu was ruled, after a lengthy VAR review, to have fouled Pierre Lees-Melou and Pukki kept his cool after the delay to slot home.
But Leicester grabbed their second when Vardy set up Albrighton whose deflected shot flew past Norwich keeper Tim Krul.
Kenny McLean headed in a corner for what Norwich thought was a late equaliser but VAR ruled that team mate Todd Cantwell had been in an offside position.
West Ham 2-2 Crystal Palace
Midfielder Conor Gallagher scored the first two league goals of the season for Crystal Palace as they held West Ham United to a 2-2 draw in an entertaining derby at the London Stadium on Saturday.
The point lifted the Hammers to first place in the Premier League table, though David Moyes’s side will feel that they could have taken all three points against a Palace side that struggled to deal with their high press.
West Ham took the lead six minutes before the break with a brilliantly worked goal as Said Benrahma set Michail Antonio free through the middle and he and Pablo Fornals exchanged some intricate passes in the box before Fornals scored with a simple finish.
After two goalless outings for Palace so far this season, Gallagher finally got his side’s first league goal under new boss Patrick Viera 13 minutes into the second half, scooping the ball home from a tight angle.
The Hammers went back in front when Joachim Andersen was out-muscled under a high ball by Antonio, who slammed the ball home to register his 50th Premier League goal.
The lead lasted only a couple of minutes as Gallagher leveled again with a beautiful turn in the box and a low finish to the bottom left-hand corner to make it 2-2 and grab a share of the spoils.
Southampton 2-2 Newcastle
Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse scored a 96th-minute penalty to earn his side a dramatic 2-2 draw at Newcastle United on Saturday – a result that leaves both teams still waiting for their first win of the season.
Saints were awarded the penalty in the dying minutes after a VAR intervention, with Jamaal Lascelles adjudged to have fouled Adam Armstrong as he was about to shoot.
Newcastle, who lost to West Ham United and Aston Villa in their opening two games, were on the verge of victory after Allan Saint-Maximin scored on the counter-attack in the 91st minute to give them the lead for the second time.
Callum Wilson had opened the scoring for the home side in the 55th minute with a diving header, but midfielder Mohamed Elyounoussi equalised for Southampton when he bundled Nathan Redmond’s cross over the line in the 74th.
The result earned 15th-placed Newcastle their first point of the season, while Southampton are two spots higher on two points after a defeat and two draws.
Brighton 0-2 Everton
New signing Demarai Gray scored his second goal in as many Premier League games for Everton and Dominic Calvert-Lewin netted a penalty as the Toffees continued their good start with a 2-0 win at Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.
Gray, who joined the Merseyside club from the German side Bayer Leverkusen in July, gave the visitors a 41st-minute lead when he beat goalkeeper Robert Sanchez with a crisp low shot into the far corner after a darting run.
Everton dominated and Sanchez kept out a low Andros Townsend drive midway through the first half while his opposite number Jordan Pickford parried a Pascal Gross free-kick after Gray had silenced the home fans.
Halftime substitute Joel Veltman gave away a clumsy penalty when he clattered into Seamus Coleman and Calvert-Lewin drilled in the spot-kick in the 58th minute but not before a tussle with teammate Richarlison.
The Brazilian forward grabbed the ball and refused to let first-choice penalty taker Calvert-Lewin proceed before he was restrained and ushered away by several Everton players.
Sanchez spared Brighton, who had won both their opening two matches, a bigger defeat when he denied Abdoulaye Doucoure from close range but Everton was well worth their win which put them on seven points from three games.
@6:44 PM: 84 mins’: Torres scores! The Spaniard this a glancing header after making a solid run between two Arsenal Centerbacks
@6:12 PM: 52 mins’: RODRIIII! The City number 16 hits a sweet strike scoring from 25 yards out with a sublime finish
@5:45 PM: 43 mins’ JESUS gets goal number 3!! Grealish latches on to the ball and builds the attack as the Brazilian forward tucks it in
@5:13 PM: 12 mins’- GOALLLL! What a start for Man City! A quickfire double for the Premier League champions as Ferran Torres slots the ball into the net with great ease.
@5:09PM: 7 mins- GOALLLL! Gundogan arrives late at the far post and heads the ball past Leno. The Gunners looked to be the brighter side early on, but now find themselves trailing the champions
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Kurt Zouma to West Ham, done deal and here-we-go! Paperworks now completed between Chelsea and West Ham, deal at signing stage – final agents details to be sorted and then official. Fee: €30m. 🔵🤝 #WHUFC
Chelsea are now ready to jump into Koundé deal final stages. #CFC
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 26, 2021
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@6:40 PM: Andy Robertson signs a new contract for Liverpool
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Great news, @andrewrobertso5 has signed a new long-term deal with the Reds 🤩 🙌
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 24, 2021
West Ham is also scheduled to take on Crystal Place with the final match of Saturday seeing the Reds of Merseyside Liverpool squaring off again the Blues of London. A top-of-the-table clash awaits us with both teams aiming to get the better of their opponents. They have maintained a winning start to the season and will aim at three points at Anfield.
The remaining three matches will be played on Sunday starting off with Burnley vs Leeds United clash. Tottenham Hotspur is set to take on newly-promoted Watford with Nuno Espirito Santo hopeful of continuing his great start to life as Spurs head coach. the last fixture of Premri League game week 3 sees Wolves host Manchester United at the Molineux.
Last week, the Premier League saw reigning champions Man City bounce back to form with a 5-0 win over Norwich City. Pep Guardiola’s men enjoyed their night out at the Etihad as Jack Grealish found the back of the net on his home debut.
City’s noisy neighbors and arch-rivals Manchester United on the other end played out a 1-1 draw against Southampton during their away trip to Saint Mary’s Stadium. The Red Devils failed to replicate their performances from their 51- win over Leeds. Ole Gunner Solskajer’s men will be happy to walk away with a point last week.
Liverpool maintained their winning running after demolishing the Canaries in the first game week by securing a 2-0 win over Burnley in their latest outing. Just like the Reds of Merseyside, Chelsea too remains unbeaten in the domestic league with the Blues of London pocketing a massive 2-0 victory over neighbors Arsenal in the London Derby.
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Which TV channel will broadcast the Premier League Matches?Premier League 2021-22 LIVE: When, where, and how to watch the new season 2021/22 live in your country, India
The Premier League Matches will be telecasted on Star Sports Network in India. Fans can enjoy live Premier League action on any of the Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select 1 HD, Star Sports Select 2, Star Sports Select 2 HD, and Star Sports 3.
Premier League 2021-22 LIVE Stream: Where can you live stream the Premier League Matches?
The Premier League Matches will be available for streaming on Disney+ Hotstar and Jio TV. Fans will need to purchase a premium Disney+Hotstar account to live stream all the Premier League matches.