Massive results earned by two London based Premier League teams as both Tottenham Hotspur along with Arsenal successfully destroying their opponents on Sunday.
Tottenham seemingly have wiped away their Wembley stadium curse as Mauricio Pochettino’s men picked up another three points there, this time demolishing Liverpool 4-1.
Setting his team to play more on the counter, Pochettino got things tactically spot on as his team got in front after just four minutes of play though Harry Kane’s finish.
Soon afterwards it was 2-0 for the home team when Son Heung-Min finished off Kane’s assist on 12 minutes with a low shot from inside the penalty area.
The Reds thought that they got themselves back on track as Mohamed Salah pulled one back on 24 minutes, but just before half time break, Spurs regained their two goals advantage when Dele Alli scored the third goal.
Nothing changed much after the break as Pochettino’s men continue to look dangerous going forward and eventually sealed their win with Kane’s second in that game.
Another disappointing result indeed for Liverpool, especially as for their defense that got themselves exposed once again.
Meanwhile, Gunners piled up on Everton’s misery as Arsene Wenger’s men demolished Ronald Koeman’s boys 5-2 at Godisson Park.
After Wayne Rooneys opener on 12 minutes, Arsenal dominated the scene as they scored four straight through Nancho Monreal, Mesut Ozil, Alexandre Lacazette, and Aaron Ramsey.
The Toffees grabbed another goal in stoppage time from Oumar Niasse, but two minutes later, Alexis Sanchez completed Gunners’ big win by scoring the fifth goal.