Arsenal keep 5-point gap, Liverpool condemn Man Utd to worst record in 91 years

Arsenal showed champions’ quality after coming back from two goals down to beat Bournemouth 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Reiss Nelson’s 97th-minute strike sent the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium into pandemonium as Arsenal completed a 3-2 comeback win.

Philip Billing scored a 9.11s strike – the 2nd fastest goal in the Premier League’s history, Marcos Senesi made it two for the visitors in the second half.

But an Arsenal rally which was started by Thomas Partey’s 62nd strike, Ben White’s 70 minutes strike, and Reiss Nelson’s 97th-minute strike ensured Arsenal keep their five-point gap atop the Premier League table.

The clash between Manchester United, and Liverpool caught the attention of everyone after Jurgen Klopp’s men condemned Ten Hag’s men to their worst-ever league result in 91 years.

Cody Gakpo, Darwin Nunez, and Mohamed Salah all scored twice, Robert Firmino who is said to leave for free at the end of the season scored the 7th goal as Liverpool humiliated Manchester United 7-0 at Anfield on Sunday.

The 7-0 drubbing makes it the fourth time that Manchester United will be beaten 7-0 in the league. The first in 91 years.

7-0 L vs Blackburn Apr 10, 1926
7-0 L vs Aston Villa Dec 27,1930
7-0 L vs Wolverhampton Dec 26, 1932

Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi played for Leicester City as they suffered a 1-0 defeat at Southampton who had Paul Onuachu as an unused substitute.

Alex Iwobi played for Everton as they were forced to a 2-2 draw by Dennis Emmanuel’s Nottingham Forest. Alex played for 89 minutes, and Dennis played in the last 20 minutes of the game.

English Premier League Week 26 Results

Liverpool 7-0 Manchester United
Arsenal 3-3 Bournemouth
Chelsea 1-0 Leeds United
Southampton 1-0 Leicester City
Nottingham Forest 2-2 Everton
Manchester City 2-0 Newcastle
Aston Villa 1-0 Crystal Palace
Brighton 4-0 West Ham
Wolves 1-0 Tottenham

Monday Fixture

Brentford v Fulham

1. Erling Haaland (Manchester City) 27
2. Harry Kane (Tottenham) 18
3. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) 14
4. Ivan Toney (Brentford) 14

Top Four

1. Arsenal 63 points
2. Man City 58 points
3. Man Utd 49 points
4. Tottenham 45 points

Bottom Four

17. Leeds United – 22
18. Everton – 22
19. Southampton – 21
20. Bournemouth – 21

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