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Manchester City and Chelsea drew 4-4, with Cole Palmer scoring a penalty for Chelsea in stoppage time. Erling Haaland scored two goals for Manchester City, while Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah reached the 200-goal milestone in English football. Aston Villa equaled the team’s 40-year record of 13 consecutive home league wins, while West Ham ended their winless streak with a 3-2 victory over Nottingham Forest.

Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah

Football fans were upset when Premier League leaders Manchester City faced Chelsea on Sunday, a match that ended in a 4-4 draw. Former Manchester City youngster Cole Palmer was the centerpiece of the match, scoring a stoppage-time penalty to equalize for Chelsea. This game is amazing.

Manchester City player Erling Haaland scored two goals in the game, one of which was a penalty kick, which showed his excellent scoring ability and injected a sense of vitality into the game.

Manchester City currently ranks first in the Premier League standings, having accumulated 28 points, only 1 point behind Liverpool and Arsenal. Arsenal accumulated 27 points after defeating Brentford and Burnley respectively.

Meanwhile, Liverpool won 3-0 against Brentford, with Mohamed Salah scoring a hat-trick, his two goals taking his Premier League goal tally to 200, making club history The first player to score in all his first six home league games in a single season. Aston Villa beat Fulham 3-1, equaling Emery’s record of 13 consecutive home league wins in the 40 years since he became head coach.

Tomas Soucek scored with a header in the final seconds of the game to help West Ham beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 and successfully end their losing streak.

Brighton’s woes are not over yet, though. They could only draw against Sheffield United, meaning they have gone six games in a row without a win. The Premier League’s competition fully demonstrates its powerful and unpredictable side, which is one of the reasons why it has become one of the most attractive football leagues in the world.