Premier League continued last weekend with a number of mouth-watering matches on Saturday and Sunday. Tottenham 3-1 against Chelsea at Wembley means Maurizio Sarri has now tasted a defeat since taking over. Liverpool and Manchester City are the only two teams still unbeaten in the League today. Manchester United situation is now getting out of hand and the fans are angry. Today, we want to look at the six best players in the division last weekend.
6. Trent Alexander-Arnold- Teen-sational
— TheKop.com (@TheKop_com) November 24, 2018
Liverpool youngster Trent Alexander-Arnold is already showing the stars in the team how it’s done when it comes to free-kicks. The 20-year-old scored a brilliant free-kick against Watford last weekend. He must be doing a great job in training for the likes of Salah and Mane to let him take such a crucial set-piece. The pundits are saying he curved it like David Beckham.
5. Stuart Armstrong- 2 Goals
Stuart Armstrong had never scored for Southampton before today.
— bwin (@bwin) November 24, 2018
Southampton is now deep in the relegation fight after losing 3-2 to Fulham last weekend. The Saints dropped to the bottom three on Sunday after Huddersfield shocked Wolves with a 2-0 away win.
Mark Hughes might also pay with his job soon. Stuart Armstrong brace last weekend will be the only positive St. Marys can look at this week. They must beat Manchester United this coming weekend or else they might be bottom by next Monday.
4. Aleksandar Mitrović- 2 Goals
— Fulham Football Club (@FulhamFC) November 25, 2018
Fulham had only won a single game all season until Claudio Ranieri arrived last week. The story is now different because they managed to beat Southampton 3-2 on Saturday. It is a great start for former Leicester City manager. His job will be to save them from the drop and he has the team to do it.
Aleksandar Mitrović is ready to lead the charge and last weekend he scored two brilliant goals to take his league tally to 7 goals in 13 matches so far. He will be key to their survival this season.