Essential Football is back with a round-up of all the Premier League weekend matches, including pundits’ reactions, reporters’ interviews and analysis from the top flight and from the top flight.
Gary Neville gives his verdict on Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal’s title chances after they beat Liverpool 3-2 at the Emirates to return to the top of the Premier League table, while Jamie Redknapp analyzes what is going on. happened with Jurgen Klopp’s team. We also heard from Newcastle manager Eddie Howe about Bruno Guimaraes’ stellar two-goal performance in their bold win over Brentford, reflecting on Cristiano Ronaldo’s pivotal goal in Manchester United’s win. against Everton and received reports of controversial incidents during West Ham’s win over Fulham.
Plus, we hear warning signs for Jesse Marsch after a positive start from Leeds that ended in a 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace, and an emotional Harry Kane to pay tribute to the manager. fitness of Tottenham Gian Piero Ventrone, who passed away last week. The Spurs striker dedicated his team’s win over Brighton to the Italians.
And that’s the end of your Premier League weekend!
Premier League weekend recap: Arsenal show determination to beat Liverpool | Guimaraes stars for Newcastle | Emotional victory for Spurs
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