Published: Thu, December 05, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool have its best start to Premier League history

Liverpool have its best start to Premier League history

Everton suffered an embarrassing 5-2 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield in the Merseyside derby on Wednesday night, despite Jurgen Klopp resting several regulars.

Manchester United are now unbeaten in their last nine home matches in all competitions (W5, D4).

I have said from the very beginning of this messy ordeal that Erik ten Hag would be my preferred replacement for Silva, but there is no way that the Dutchman would look at Everton current situation, with Bayern Munich also circling him, and decide to come to Goodison Park. The home side then had several chances to add to their lead over a 10-minute span before the half-hour mark, with Rashford almost scoring on a free kick, Mason Greenwood being denied by Gazzaniga, Rashford hitting the crossbar on a shot tipped by the Argentine keeper and Lingard curling a shot just wide of the post.

Premier League table maintained the top four teams on the log but there were changes with clubs in the middle and the relegation spots.

After dodging a bullet on numerous occasions, Tottenham equalised on a phenomenal goal by Alli in the 39th minute. He then produced a magical first touch to elude two defenders before slotting the ball past Manchester United goalie David de Gea from a hard angle. The English global then converted the opportunity himself to make the score 2-1 at the 49-minute mark.

Jose Mourinho didn't enjoy a happy return to Old Trafford with Manchester United beating his new side Tottenham Hotspur.

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In the match against Everton, coach Klopp made a decision to rest Mohamed Salah and Robert Firmino from the playing XI. Divock Origi starred for the Reds, scoring twice against the opponents.

James Maddison added insurance in the fifth minute of stoppage time, and Leicester put together another solid all-around effort.

For the losing side, Michael Keane and Richarlison scored in the first half, but it was all Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp's men are eight points clear of second-placed Leicester and are on course for a maiden Premier League crown.

Sutton believes the Blues can qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League and only Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester City will finish above Chelsea this term in the Premier League.

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