The Premier League delivered yet another exciting weekend of football, with Man United scoring freely without reply, Wolves piling more pressure on Chelsea, and Arsenal showcasing their title pedigree against Liverpool. Here’s a review of the action.

Ten Hag Happy with Convincing Win over West Ham

Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund opened the scoring, and Alejando Garnacho’s brace sealed all three points in a convincing 3-0 win for Man United on Sunday. It was a very good performance by Man United in front of their fans, one they could build on. Onana will be happy with the clean sheet, even though many will be concerned by Lisandro Martinez going off injured in the second half. Since his return, they’ve looked solid at the back. The Red Devils are now up to sixth on the Premier League table and will face high-flying Aston Villa on Sunday.

Chelsea Continues to Struggle under Pochettino

After losing 4-2 against Wolves, Chelsea has now conceded 4+ goals in four different Premier League games this season; their most in a single season since 1990/1991. Cunha scored a hat-trick as Wolves came from behind to win at Stamford Bridge. This was Wolves’ first win against Chelsea since 1979. This morning there are many reports suggesting the sack is nigh for Mauricio Pochettino after his side suffered a 10th loss of the season. Wolves, meanwhile, moved up to 10th on the table.

Arsenal Moves Two Points Behind Liverpool in the Title Race

The Premier League title race is heating up after Arsenal’s 3-1 win over table-topping Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium. Saka opened the scoring after 14 minutes. A Saliba mistake allowed The Reds back into the game before halftime. Liverpool seemed to have control of the game, but later on, miscommunication between Allison and Van Dijk led to an easy tap-in for Martinelli. Trossard, who came on for Martinelli, wrapped up the game in the 92nd minute with a finish from a tight angle. Arsenal faces The Hammers next, while Liverpool will play hosts to Burnley.

In other games, Aston Villa secured their biggest away win since April 2008 with a 5-0 win over Sheffield United. Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest drew 1-1, Brighton got back to winning ways with a 4-1 win over Crystal Palace while Everton and Tottenham shared the spoils with a 2-2 draw.

Tonight, Brentford clash with Man City.