Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool FC are unstoppable in the Premier League. The Reds won on Matchday 5 in the controversial derby in Merseyside against Everton 5-2 (4-2) and maintained their eight-point lead over Leicester City. The Foxes won against Watford 2-0 (0-0) and withdrew past the Manchester City champions, who on Tuesday won 4-1 at Burnley.
In a wild first round in Liverpool, former Wolfsburg-based Divoque Origi (6th, 31st), former Munich Xherdan Shaqiri (17th) and Sadio Mane (45th) set the course early for victory, though the defense came from behind Michael Keane ( 21) and Richarlison (45 + 3) didn't look good. In the second half, Mane (81st, 85th) and Moise Kean (86th) had good chances before Georginio Wijnaldum (90th) met the final result.
Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat as team manager for Tottenham Hotspur. In Mourinho's former club, Manchester United lost the Spurs 1: 2 (1: 1), then tore the series with previous three competition victories under the Portuguese. In the table, ManUnited as new sixth moved past Tottenham, the Spurs slipped away in eighth place.
Marcus Rashford put United in the lead in the 6th minute and scored the penalty in the 49th minute with the winning goal at 2: 1. Meanwhile, Dele Alli had equalized for Tottenham (39th). The hit began with a brilliant ball acceptance.
Chelsea FC find their way back to success
Back on the road to success is Chelsea FC. Frank Lampard's team won at home to Stamford Bridge against promoted Aston Villa 2: 1 (1: 1), for the Blues it was the first success after three competing games without a win. Chelsea remain clear in the Champions League as the fourth has London six points ahead of fifth place.
In the basement match between FC Southampton with team leader Ralph Hasenhüttl and Norwich City to Daniel Farke, the Austrian retained the upper hand. Southampton won 2: 1 (2: 0) and went back with other win relegation places, Norwich remaining four points behind the Saints penultimate.
The current table in the Premier League
|Second||Leicester City||15||35: 9||26||35|
|fifth||Wolverhampton Wanderers||15||9:17 p.m.||4||23|
|sixth||Manchester United||15||11:18 p.m.||5||21|
|seventh||Crystal Palace||15||2:18 p.m.||-4||21|
|9.||Sheffield United||14||5:13 p.m.||4||19|
|10th||Arsenal FC||14||8:21 p.m.||-1||19|
|11th||Burnley FC||15||9:24 p.m.||-3||18|
|12.||AFC Bournemouth||15||6:21 p.m.||-3||16|
|13th||West Ham United||15||5:25 p.m.||-8||16|
|14th||Newcastle United||14||1:22 p.m.||-9||16|
|15.||Aston Villa||15||10:24 p.m.||-2||15|
|16.||Brighton & Hove Albion||14||4:21 p.m.||-5||15|
|17.||Southampton FC||15||5:33 p.m.||-16||15|
|18.||Everton FC||15||4:27 p.m.||-11||14|
|19.||Norwich City||15||4:32 p.m.||-16||11|