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[Match Review] All 10 games of the 11th round of the Premier League in one place


The eleventh week of the Premier League season took place from November 6 to November 8. In this article, we’ll take a look at all 10 matches that took place during the 11th week of the season and show you how things have changed in the Premier League. Even if you’re too busy to watch the games, check out this article to get the latest news on the Premier League, so please read on.

[Overall Overview] Changes in the standings of the top teams

First of all, let’s take a look at the results list of all the matches.

Home Score Away
Southampton 1-0 Aston Villa
Manchester United 0-2 Manchester City
Brentford 1-2 Norwich
Chelsea 1-1 Burnley
Crystal Palace 2-0 Wolverhampton
Brighton 1-1 Newcastle
Arsenal 1-0 Watford
Everton 0-0 Tottenham
Leeds 1-1 Leicester
West Ham 3-2 Liverpool

The first thing to note is that Chelsea and Liverpool, who were in first and second place until the last week, both dropped points. On the other hand, Manchester City, who had been in third place until the last week, won the Manchester derby against Manchester United 2-0 and moved up to second place.

In addition to the top teams, Tottenham vs Everton, the first matchup of the season for the new manager Conte, and Arsenal vs Watford, who are unbeaten in nine official matches, were some of the other notable matches in the 11th round of the Premier League season. Let’s take a look at the details of each match.

Match 1 Southampton vs Aston Villa

  • Venue: St. Mary’s Stadium
  • Score: 1-0
  • Goal scorer: Adam Armstrong (3 min. / Southampton)

The game got underway right after the start of the match.

When Armstrong swung his left foot, the ball went into the upper left corner of the goal. The home team was able to hold on to this tiger of a goal to win the game. The home team won the game and took the three points.

After losing for the fifth straight time in the Premier League, the away team announced the dismissal of manager Dean Smith. After losing for the fifth straight time in the Premier League, the away team announced the dismissal of their manager, Dean Smith, the man who was instrumental in their success last season.

Match 2 Manchester United vs Manchester City

  • Venue: Old Trafford
  • Score: 2-0
  • Scorers: Own Goal (7th minute / Eric Bailly-Manchester United), Bernardo Silva (45th minute / Manchester City)

The traditional Manchester derby went to the away team. It would not be an exaggeration to say that Manchester City completely dominated the entire match.

Manchester City took the lead with an own goal in the 7th minute of the first half, and added another goal at the end of the first half to take a 2-0 lead into the break. Manchester City kept their opponents at bay in the second half, and the game ended with a score of 2-0. The score was 2-0, but the content of the game was much more different than that.

A detailed review of the match can be found in the following article. If you are interested, please check out the article below, which analyzes the match for each of the turning points that made the difference between victory and defeat.

Match 3 Brentford vs. Norwich

  • Venue: Brentford Community Stadium
  • Score: 1 – 2
  • Scorers: Matthias Norman (6th minute / Norwich), Teemu Pukki (29th minute / Norwich), Rico Henry (60th minute / Brentford)

Brentford, despite being a promoted team, has been doing very well this season, finishing 12th in the league with a big win over Arsenal in their opening match. On the other hand, Norwich, another promoted team, has had a very difficult start to the season with 0 wins, 2 draws, and 8 losses, and they were forced to change their manager.

The home team was expected to win, but the away team overturned that prediction and won the match. Norwich got their first win of the season.

Match 4 Chelsea vs Burnley

  • Venue: Stamford Bridge
  • Score: 1-1
  • Scorers: Kai Havertz (33rd minute/Chelsea), Matej Vydra (79th minute/Burnley)

The matchup between league table leaders Chelsea and relegation-bound Burnley took an unexpected turn.

The home team looked to be in control of the game, scoring first through Kai Havertz in the 33rd minute of the first half, but they couldn’t get another goal, probably due to the fact that their main man, Romelu Lukaku, was injured. Then, in the 79th minute of the second half, a gap in the defensive line was exploited and a goal was scored. The game ended with a loss of points for Chelsea.

Match 5 Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton

  • Venue: Selhurst Park
  • Score: 2-0
  • Scorers: Wilfried Zaha (61st minute / Crystal Palace), Conor Gallagher (78th minute / Crystal Palace)

Both teams are undefeated in their last five league games, and both are in good form. Crystal Palace will be hoping to carry the momentum from their win over Manchester City and Wolverhampton will be hoping to carry the momentum from their win over Everton into this matchup.

The game started in the last minute of the match. Crystal Palace’s ace Zaha’s goal was once ruled out for offside, but it was overturned by VAR. The home team added another goal in the 78th minute to win the game. The home team scored another goal in the 78th minute and won the match.

Match 6 Brighton vs. Newcastle

  • Venue: Amex Stadium
  • Score: 1-1
  • Scorers: Leandro Trossard (24th minute, Brighton), Isaac Hayden (66th minute, Newcastle)

The home team, which has lost only two games in the league so far while playing against powerhouses like Everton, Leicester, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Liverpool, played to a 1-1 draw against Newcastle, a team that has been making a lot of headlines due to their change of ownership.

It was a painful draw not only for Brighton, who would love to get three points from their opponents at the bottom of the table, but also for Newcastle, who would love to get out of the relegation zone as soon as possible.

Match 7 Arsenal vs Watford

  • Venue: Emirates Stadium
  • Score: 1-0
  • Goal scorer: Emile Smith Rowe (56th minute / Arsenal)

Arsenal, in good form, welcomed Watford at home, and the final goal was scored by Smith Rowe, the new No. 10 for this season.

Arsenal, who have been doing very well since the start of the season when they suffered three straight defeats and were in the relegation zone, will face Liverpool in the next round. The next game will be against Liverpool, and if they can win this game as well, they will be able to qualify for the Champions League.

Match 8 Everton vs Tottenham

  • Venue: Goodison Park
  • Score: 0-0
  • Scorers: None

This was Antonio Conte’s first game in charge of Tottenham, and it ended in a scoreless draw. Despite not scoring, the game was very exciting as both teams combined for 20 shots and Everton had a man sent off.

Despite the lack of results, Conte’s team came out of their slump with a renewed vigor. It will be interesting to see if the new coach can save the team from the mid-table position.

Match 9 Leeds vs Leicester

  • Venue: Elland Road
  • Score: 1-1
  • Scorers: Hafinha (26th minute / Leeds), Harvey Barnes (28th minute / Leicester)

Both teams showed remarkable performances last season, but this season, they are struggling to get results. They were hoping to get out of their slump, but the result was a draw. The two teams combined for 27 shots in this exciting match, but it ended in a painful draw.

Both teams have already proven their ability in the last season, so what we want is a result. Both teams will be looking for a result in the next round.

Match 10 West Ham vs Liverpool

  • Venue: London Stadium
  • Score: 3-2
  • Scorers: Own Goal (4 min/Alisson=Liverpool), Trent Alexander-Arnold (41 min/Liverpool), Pablo Fornals (67 min/West Ham), Kurt Zouma (74 min/West Ham), Divock Origi (83 min/Liverpool)

West Ham defeated a difficult opponent, Liverpool, at home. West Ham defeated a difficult opponent, Liverpool, at home. They played their own soccer without any hesitation against the overwhelming attacking power of Liverpool. They earned three points in the end. Liverpool, on the other hand, could not break down West Ham’s defense. Liverpool couldn’t break down West Ham’s defense and suffered their first defeat in the league.

A detailed review of the match can be found in the following article. If you are interested, please check out the article below for a detailed review of the match, analyzing each of the turning points that made the difference between victory and defeat.

Summary: Standings at the end of Section 11

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The standings at the end of Section 11 are as follows.

Rank Team Points Win draw Lose Goals Scored
Chelsea 26 23
Manchester City 23 16
West Ham 23 10
Liverpool 22 20
Arsenal 20
Manchester United 17
Brighton 17
Wolverhampton 16 -1
Tottenham 16 -7
10 Crystal Palace 15
11 Everton 15
12 Leicester 15 -2
13 Southampton 14 -2
14 Brentford 12 -1
15 Leeds 11 -7
16 Aston Villa 10 -6
17 Watford 10 -7
18 Burnley 8 -6
19 Newcastle 5 -12
20 Norwich 5 -21

We will be posting a summary of the previous games in Section 12 as well, so look forward to the next section.


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