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Premier League Saturday Round-Up: Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Drop Points

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Arsenal draw 1-1 against Brentford, Chelsea draw against West Ham and Leicester City beat Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League


In the Premier League early kickoff, Chelsea traveled to face West Ham. Chelsea looked to bounce back from the recent poor run of form by beating West Ham but the fixture ended in a 1-1 draw.

New signings Enzo Fernandez and Joao Felix combined in the 16th minute to open the scoring as Chelsea were onto the perfect start. Enzo Fernandez had an impressive performance in Chelsea’s midfield.

Chelsea boss Graham Potter was disappointed with the refereeing decision that saw Chelsea lose a late penalty appeal that was waived off by referee Craig Pawson, without VAR intervention, “It looked a handball to me. I didn’t know Tomas [Soucek] could get down that quickly to make a save like that. It’s a good stop from him. It’s not for me to say about VAR. They are human beings. When there is a different human being in the room so every single decision and action means you won’t get the same one again. It’s very hard to get consistency. Some go for you, some don’t. You have to accept that.”

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In the 28th minute, Emerson equalized for West Ham and the rest of the game saw neither side find the back of the net as Chelsea remain 9th in the Premier League.

Foxes Beat Spurs on Conte’s Return

In another Premier League fixture, Leicester City beat Tottenham Hotspur 4-1, at home, to deny Spurs a chance to crawl into the top four. Brendan Rogers’ side were in good form and were ready to beat Conte on his return to the sidelines.

Tottenham scored first through Bentancur in the 14th minute, but Nampalys Mendy equalized for Leicester in the 23rd minute, followed by a second goal by James Maddison in just two minutes to give the Foc=xes the lead.

Kelechi Ieanacho scored in the 4th minute of added time at the end of then first half to extend Leicester’s lead to 3-1. At halftime, they were comfortable and in the running seat. His low effort squeezed past Fraser Forster, from outside the box.

Harvey Barnes scored in the 81st minute to seal the win for Leicester over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

Gunners Humbled by Bees

Premier League leaders Arsenal drop points against Brentford as the two draw 1-1 at the Emirates Stadium. Last time out, Arsenal lost 1-0 to Everton and were hoping to bounce back in their latest Premier League fixture.

However, Brentford remain unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League fixtures and in eighth place, they are just a point off sixth.

Leandro Trossard came off the bench in the 66th minute to put the Gunners in front. While Arsenal had the majority of the possession, at 69%, Brentford were quick on the break and were always hoping to make the most from their counter-attacks.

Leandro Trossard scores his first goal for Arsenal against Brentford in the Premier League (Photo: Courtesy)
Leandro Trossard scores his first goal for Arsenal against Brentford in the Premier League (Photo: Courtesy)

In the 74th minute, in-form Brentford striker Ivan Toney leveled for the Bees. Pin-ball in the penalty area and the ball falls kindly for the striker who nods in the equalizer. The game ends in a frustrating draw for Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta.

In other fixtures;

Crystal Place (1)-(1) Brighton and Hove Albion

Fulham (2)-(0) Nottingham Forest

Southampton (1)-(2) Wolves

AFC Bournemouth (1)-(1) Newcastle United

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