Premier League Game Week 9: Round-Up

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The Premier League game week 9 has finished on Sunday and we had some exciting and high-scoring matches to see last weekend. While the most shocking match of Premier League game week 9 was between Manchester United and Liverpool. The Jurgen Klopp side mercilessly banished the United side with a 5-0 scoreline.

Apart from that Chelsea, Manchester City, and Watford also played a high scoring against their opponents. Currently, after the game week, 9 Chelsea hold the top spot with Liverpool, Manchester City, and West Ham United following the blues, respectively. While Burnley, Newcastle United, and Norwich city hold the last three spots on the table. Following this briefing let’s get you all a round of the Premier League game week 9, for your better understanding.

Arsenal vs Aston Villa

The opening game of week 9 of Premier League was between Arsenal and Aston Villa, and the gunners came out on top scoring three goals in the match. Arsenal missing out on a win in the last game week wanted to return to winning ways and have done the same. The opening goal for the Gunners was scored by Thomas Partey who was joined by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang just before halftime.

Later on, after half-time in the 56th Emily Smith-Rowe scored the third goal for Arsenal. The Gunners failed to keep a clean sheet as Jacob Ramsey scored a consolation goal for Villa in the 82nd minute. Following which the game ended 3-1 going in the favor of Arsenal.

Chelsea vs Norwich City

The second match of the game week 9 of Premier League was between the first and last teams in the table, Chelsea and Norwich respectively. The Blues playing at home brutally thrashed Norwich with a 7-0 scoreline, with Mason Mount placing a cherry on top.

The opening goal was scored by Mount in just the 8th minute, with Callum Hudson-Odoi making it two in the 18th minute. However, Chelsea finished with three goals before halftime as Recce James also listed his name in the scoresheet in the 42nd minute.

Returning for the second half Chelsea scored their fourth goal in the 57th minute as Ben Chilwell just couldn’t stop scoring. Just after five minutes, Max Aarons’ own goal made it six for the Blues on the scoresheet. The last two goals of Chelsea were scored by Mount in the last 10 minutes of the game while the youngster recorded his hat-trick. Following all of this Chelsea was able to secure a comfortable 7-0 win despite not having Romelu Lukaku up front.

Crystal Palace vs Newcastle United

The new richest club, Newcastle United, couldn’t get out of their misery still as they suffered a draw against Crystal Palace in the game week 9. Palace scored the opening goal as Christian Benteke marked his name on the scoresheet in the 56th minute.

But they couldn’t hold of the lead for much time as Newcastle equaled the score in the 65th minute, with Callum Wilson the scorer. Following this, the game ended 1-1, despite both the teams wanting a much-needed win.

Leeds United vs Wolves

The Wolves looking to continue their decent winning run in the Premier League were held back for a draw against Leeds United this week. The opening goal was scored by the loaned player of Wolves Hwang Hee-chan in just 10 minutes. But the away side looking to secure a win against Leeds were only left with hands in their heads because of the late penalty.

Leeds United were awarded a late penalty in the injury time as Nelson Semedo fouled Joe Gelhardt in the penalty box. Converting from the spot-kick, Rodrigo scored the equalizer of the game, finishing the match 1-1. 

Everton vs Watford

The toffees were stunned at home this week as Watford secured a win against them scoring four late goals in the match. Everton scored the opening goal of the match early in just three minutes with Tom Davies on the scoresheet. While the score was equaled in the 18th minute by Watford striker Joshua King, and with no further goal the game finished 1-1 at halftime.

Returning for the second half, Everton got into the lead with Richarlison on the scoresheet in the 63rd minute. But the score was equaled by Juraj Kuchka in the 78th minute, while in the last 10 minutes the toffees lost control of the game.

Watford gained a lead in the game for the first time as King scored his brace in the 80th minute and then his hattrick goal in the 86th minute. The last nail in the Everton coffin was put on by Emmanuel Bonaventure in the injury time. Following these, the game finished 5-2, the scoreline favoring Watford.

Southampton vs Burnley

The Saints were held on for a 2-2 draw against Burnley with both the sides showing a hard performance on the pitch. The opening goal was scored by Burnley in the 13th minute With Maxwel Cornet on the scoresheet. While Southampton equaled the score a few minutes before halftime with Timo Livramento helping them in the 41st minute.

Returning for the second half the saints got into the lead in the 50th minute with Armando Broja on the scoresheet. But they could hold the lead for much time as Burnley equaled the score with Cornet scoring his brace after seven minutes. Following this, the game ended with both sides sharing one point each.

Brighton vs Manchester City

The Citizens continuing their good form thrashed the seagulls at their home with a 4-1 scoreline in the game week 9. Starting off the match Man City got the lead in the 13th minute with the help of IIkay Gundogan. Phil Foden then added the second goal to the scoresheet in the 28th minute. While quickly getting his brace after just 3 minutes.

Brighton got a consolation goal in the 81st minute as they were awarded a penalty after Ederson fouled Enock Mwepu in the box. Alexis Mac Allister then converted the penalty into a goal. City sad about not getting a clean sheet scored another goal in injury with Riyad Mahrez in the scoresheet. Following this, the match ended with a 4-1 scoreline favoring Manchester City. 

West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur

Returning for the second day of the Premier League match week 9, West Ham were to face Tottenham Hotspur at home. The game was all square until the clock hit 72nd minute and West Ham took a corner. Converting the corner was Michail Antonio who just directed the ball towards the goal as Harry Kane failed to guard him. Following this, the Hammers secured a hard-fought and deserving win against the Spurs.

Brentford vs Leicester City

The Foxes secured a win against the bees this week after thrashing Manchester United last week. The opening goal of the match was scored by Leicester City as their talented midfielder Youri Tielemans made it to the scoresheet in the 14th minute.

The game turned equal in the hour mark as Bees found a goal thanks to Mathias Jorgensen. But Leicester was the one to taste win as James Maddison got foxes the lead in the 74th minute. Following this game ended 2-1 favoring Leicester City.

Manchester United vs Liverpool

The last game of the Premier League game week 9 and the most awaited fixture of the week was Manchester United vs Liverpool. But the fans worldwide hoping to see a tough game were left disheartened. As Liverpool brutally thrashed Man United by 5-0 scoreline.

From the start of the match, United looked lost as Liverpool got into the lead in just five minutes of the game with help of Naby Keita. The Reds then scored a second now Diago Jota in the scoring list in the 13th minute. While more salt was poured in the burn by Liverpool as Mohammed Salah scored a brace in the first half, scoring in the 38th minute and 45th minute.

Returning to the second half Salah scored his hattrick in the 50th minute. While Manchester United were down to 10 men as Paul Pogba saw a red card for a high boot challenge. Liverpool then had the chance to hurt Manchester more but couldn’t do as they kept missing silly chances. Following this, the exciting fixture between Manchester United and Liverpool finished a horrific one for United conceding 5 goals. 

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