Man City and United Victorious in Premier League Match Day 3
Positive results arrived for two Manchester teams on their third English Premier League fixtures as both of them successfully grabbed all three points.
Man City Move Up to Third, Spurs Keeping Title Challenge Alive
Manchester City picked up an important victory on their latest Premier League fixture as they defeated Southampton 3-0 to go third in current standings.
Klopp Wants Liverpool to Close Out Games Like Chelsea
Liverpool are still sitting third in current Premier League standings, but continuous problems in closing out games against weaker teams seem to bother their manager, Jurgen Klopp.
Chelsea Bounce Back in Premier League, Liverpool Held
Chelsea continue to showcase their strong case as potential league winner after immediately bouncing back from last weekend defeat with an important win over fourth place team, Manchester City.
Manchester United's ambition in getting up into the top four seat facing a slight set back this weekend as Jose Mourinho's men were held by Bournemouth.
Coming off a EFL Cup victory, Man United got themselves into a positive start when Marcos Rojo puts them in front after 23 minutes.
Antonio Conte's Chelsea can't seem to stop their winning run as they grabbed their 12th straight league victory after defeating Bournemouth 3-0 in Boxing Day this past Monday.
Playing without their star striker, Diego Costa, who was suspended, didn't seem to bother The Blues too much as they netter three goals on their opponent.
Getting into the end on 2016, Chelsea looking more comfortable at the top of English Premier League as Antonio Conte's men can't seem to stop their winning run.
The Blues picked up their 11th straight league victory this weekend as they defeated struggling Crystal Palace 1-0 at Selhust Park, thanks to a goal from Diego Costa.
Liverpool's ambition to get themselves back sitting in second place of current English Premier League standings was hampered this weekend as they suffered a shock 4-3 defeat against home side, Bournemouth.
Arsenal temporarily sitting top of English Premier league standings despite only picking up a point from their latest league fixture against Middblesbrough.
Coming off an impressive 6-0 victory in the Champions League against Ludogorests, Gunners were full of confidence as they host the newly promoted side.
Manchester City continuing their winning run under Pep Guardiola's reign as they comfortably defeated Bournemouth 4-0 this Saturday.
The absence of Sergio Aguero in Premier League doesn't seem to bother City as they scored four through Kevin De Bruyne, Kelechi Iheanacho, Raheem Sterling along with Ilkay Gundogan.
Chelsea's manager, Jose Mourinho seems determined in proving that there's no issue whatsoever between him and his striker, Diego Costa, despite last weekend's bib incident.
Speaking to the media ahead of Chelsea's weekend league fixture against Bournemouth, Mourinho stated that he was not looking for any reaction from Costa by benching the striker in previous week.
Bournemouth were crowd as English Championship winner after grabbing a comfortable away win on their final league fixture over Charlton Athletic.
Needing all three points to have that opportunity in leaping pass Watford, Bournemouth immediately put on an aggressive effort since kick off.