Game 1: AFC Bournemouth vs Manchester United.
This match was an early kickoff on Saturday the 2nd November. The match kicked off and the away side, Manchester United, were the fairly dominant side. Right at the end of the first half, the deadlock was broken as Josh King gave Bournemouth the lead after poor defending fro Patrick Van Aanholt. The cherries came back out into the second half with more possession as United pushed for a goal. However, they hold on. The final score of the match:
AFC Bournemouth 1-0 Manchester United.
Game 2: Arsenal Vs Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Arsenal took the lead in the 21st minute after a low pass inside the box from Alexander Lacazette gave Pierre Emerick Aubemayang the perfect chance to fire Arsenal ahead. Taking it first time, he placed the ball into the bottom right corner. After pushing so much, Wolves finally hit back as Raul Jimenez headed the ball past Bernd Leno into the net to equalise for Wolves. The game went on to end as a draw. The final score of the match:
Arsenal 1-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Game 3: Aston Villa vs Liverpool.
League leaders Liverpool came into this game against Aston Villa looking to get a comfortable win. However, just 21 minutes in, Trezeguet gave Aston Villa the lead with a close range goal. Liverpool thought they had got it back when Roberto Firmino tapped the ball passed Tom Heaton in the Aston Villa goal. However, a VAR check ruled out the goal as Roberto Firmino appeared to be marginally offside.
Liverpool left it late but a powerful header from 6 yards by Andy Robertson pulled Liverpool back into the game. Rushing back, Liverpool searched for the winner. A 94th minute corner from Trent Alexander-Arnold landed on the head of Sadio Mane who powered the ball into the net snatching a win for the reds. The final score of the match:
Aston Villa 1-2 Liverpool.
Match 4: Brighton and Hove Albion vs Norwich City.
The game started off with Norwich having most of the chances in the first half. However, the biggest chance of the half came to Aaron Connolly who forced a brilliant save from the Norwich keeper. The teams went in level at the break. But it was Brighton who came out stronger. 68 minutes in, a small tap at the front post from Trossard gave Graham Potter's seagulls the league. They weren't done there; a free kick floated into the box in the 84th minute in the match led Shane Duffy to slip the ball into the net from close range. The final score of the match:
Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 Norwich City.
Match 5: Manchester City vs Southampton.
The match started off with James Ward Prowse giving Southampton an unlikely lead after the Manchester City Goalkeeper spilled the ball to his feet in just the 13th minute. City kept on trying but the Saints went in ahead at half-time. They left it late, but a first time shot into the net from Sergio Aguero put City level 70 minutes in. In attempt to win, City wouldn't give up and in the 87th minute, Kyle Walked hit the ball into the net. The final score of the match:
Manchester City 2-1 Southampton.