The Premier League just keeps on delivering, doesn’t it? There are few divisions anywhere on the planet that offer the sheer excitement English football’s top tier provides, and the past few days have been a prime example of just that.
Although it was the last match of the weekend, Chelsea’s 4-0 beating of Manchester United was certainly worth the wait. The Red Devils looked defensively secure heading into the clash after drawing 0-0 at Liverpool, but Jose Mourinho’s return to his old stomping ground will go down as a day he’ll want to forget. Pedro opened the scoring after just 33 seconds and up until the final whistle it was one-way traffic in west London.
Elsewhere, Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal all sit together at the top of the table on 20 points, with the Reds having hauled themselves level with the Citizens and Gunners with a win – the latter sides drew against Southampton and Middlesbrough respectively.
There was simply too much happening to cram into this article, so we have @RyanJayBailey to deliver his verdict in the shape of five things he learnt…