Premier League results: Liverpool, Spurs, Chelsea, Man Utd & Southampton win

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While Liverpool maintained their start since the Premier League returned after the international break, Chelsea and tottenham both procured wins.
Spurs scored their goals over Crystal Palace, with Son Heung-min catching two either side of a Patrick van Aanholt aim to place the north London side three up.
Erik Lamela scored before the rest, lifting Mauricio Pochettino’s upwards with Palace.
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham struck a hat-trick on his side’s 5-2 win at Wolves, but has been on the scoresheet at the ending that was wrong.
The 21-year older’s three goals contributed the side of Frank Lampard a lead within an hour in Molineux, but his slight touch to Romain Saiss’ header helped Wolves pull one back. Mason Mount added a fifth in stoppage time to get the Blues, although A minute from Patrick Cutrone decreased the arrears farther.
2 first-half targets from Sadio Mane intended league leaders Jetro Willems’ opener overturned and watched Newcastle 3-1 at Anfield off.
Roberto Firmino has been a first-half injury replacement for Divock Origi, and the Brazilian had been in form, setting up Mohamed Salah’s strike at the second half with a flick.
Manchester United edged out Leicester City 1-0 at Old Trafford courtesy of a early Marcus Rashford penalty.
Caglar Soyuncu at the seventh minute felled the striker and slotted home in the spot, along with the England international goal of the year was sufficient to give United their second triumph of 2019-20.
Sheffield United had a goal ruled out from the assistant referee in the first half, then saw Moussa Djenepo rating a brilliant winner for Southampton.
John Egan has been demonstrated to be offside although oliver McBurnie had the ball at the net after 52 minutes – and striker Billy Sharp was sent off late in the 1-0 loss to make things worse for the Blades.
Salvaged a point with an injury-time equaliser to secure a 1-1 draw at home to Brighton.
Clarets replacement Jeff Hendrick felt in time from 20 meters , although the Seagulls had been fired by neal Maupay before in the second half with a nice volley.
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