The jubilant victory over Leicester City helped Liverpool catch up with Tottenham’s leading team, while David Moyes’s West Ham stood above MU, Man City and Arsenal.
Just a day after Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-0 surprise victory over Man City, Leicester City had the opportunity to reclaim the top of the Premier League in round 9. However, to do that, Brendan Rodgers teachers and students had to Winning defending champions Liverpool when “The fox” must be a guest at Anfield dangerous road.
Leicester City experienced a poor match when Jamie Vardy detonator was locked, while goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel had three times to pick up the net after Jonny Evans’s own header and shots of Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino.
A 3-0 victory over Leicester City helped Liverpool jump 2 places to take the second place in the Premier League this season from Chelsea. “The Merseyside Red Brigade” has caught up with the top team Tottenham Hotspur (with 20 points) and is only inferior to coach Jose Mourinho’s team in goal difference – loss (+5 vs +12).
Meanwhile, West Ham with a victory of only 1 goal against the bottom team Sheffield United rose to 8th place in the standings, above both MU, Man City and Arsenal. Arsenal has just extended their unsuccessful streak to two consecutive games after they struggled to draw a 0-0 draw at Leeds United at Elland Road.
Coach David Moyes’ team has won 2 consecutive rounds and they are only 1 point higher than Crystal Palace, MU, Arsenal and Wolves on the standings. If Wolves win against Southampton at Molineux, Wolves can leap up to 7th to equal points with Southampton and Everton who are ranked 5th & 6th respectively.
If Southampton wins Wolves, they will replace Leicester City themselves to be in the top 4 teams. With Leicester City, only 1 defeat to Liverpool has made them officially lose the top of the Premier League this season to Tottenham.