Man City and Liverpool Winning, Tottenham Beaten by Chelsea

Nothing changed yet in English Premier League current standings as the two twop teams were grabbing all three points.

Manchester City successfully defeated West Ham United with a slender 1-0 victory courtesy of Sergio Aguero’s penalty on 59 minutes.

That single strike was more than enough to secure all three points for the home side as they didn’t really ran too many risk.

Despite not actually playing their best game offensively, City just able to manage the game well and comfortably see off that match.

Liverpool also got themselves an important home win, defeating Watford 5-0 restoring that big of confidence that slightly shattered last weekend.

The Reds have been drawing some of their matches recently and didn’t look sharp going forward.

However, on Wednesday, Jurgen Klopp’s men showed that they are still capable of putting on an excellent display.

Liverpool got themselves into a bright start after just nine minutes with Sadio Mane opening the scoring.

Mane doubled his team’s lead on 20 minutes which lasted until half time break as no more goals were scored until the half time whistle.

After the break, Liverpool continue their attacking parade as they were able to net three more goals from Divock Origi and Virgil Van Dijk’s double.

In another tie, a disappointing result happened for Tottenham Hotspur as they suffered a 2-0 defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Keen keeping their title dream alive, Tottenham were gunning for a win on their travel this midweek.

After a goalless first 45 minutes, things suddenly gone bad for the visitor as they found themselves going 1-0 down on 57 minutes via Pedro’s close range effort.

Trying hard to get back into the match, Tottenham basically killed the game on their own when Kieran Trippier scored a dubious own goal six minutes from time.

Full results for English Premier League Wednesday fixtures:

Arsenal 5-1 Bournemouth; Southampton 2-0 Fulham; Crystal Palace 1-3 Manchester United; Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur;  Liverpool 5-0 Watford; Manchester City 1-0 West Ham United