Liverpool extended their lead at the summit to five points, although they were unable to fully capitalize on Manchester City’s Shock 2-1 defeat at Newcastle United when held to a draw at home to Leicester City.
Bournemouth ran riot over Chelsea with a 4-0 win at Dean Court.
Manchester United late comeback rescued a draw with Burnley at Old Trafford.
Tottenham Hotspur come from behind and beat Watford 2-1, while Arsenal matched that 2-1 scoreline against Cardiff.
Now let us take a look who impressed and made it into Matchweek 9’s Dream team of the week by VBet Fantasy Football.
Bournemouth goalkeeper Artur Boruc made seven saves to keep his clean sheet intact.
Watford’s Roman Saiss not only got on the scoresheet but also won five aerial duels en route to the clean sheet. Calum Chambers started the game as a defensive midfielder for Fulham and he scored a goal against Brighton, kicking off the second-half comeback. Vitor Lindelof from Manchester United atoned with a late goal for Manchester United, while Craig Cathcart scored the first and the only goal of Watford in the game against Tottenham
Joao Moutinho from Watford laid on two assists in the 3-0 win over West Ham. Sadio Mane of Liverpool opened the scoring with a delightfully taken goal and looked far Liverpool’s most dangerous threat throughout and never stopped driving at Leicester’s backline, while Paul Pogba of Manchester United fashioned some opportunities but botched a breakaway at 0-0 and was too restrained when he had the ball.
Bournemouth’s Joshua King went one better with two goals and an assist to produce the standout individual performance of the game week.
Brighton’s Glenn Murray scored twice, while Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic’s two goals have contributed to a winning performance.
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