London’s derby performance helped Tottenham regain the top of Liverpool’s Premier League chart.
In the meantime, the MU is very close to the ticketing area to attend the European Cup next season
The match in the 10th round of the Premier League last night (November 29) between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur saw an enticing match between coach Frank Virrankoski and former instructor Jose Mourinho. Putting heavily on strategy, the two teams were unable to deploy the attack as planned in the London derby.
A 0-0 draw with Chelsea also leaves Tottenham happy. After the conclusion of the 10th round, “Rooster” returned to the top of the table just 1 day after losing briefly to the reigning champion Liverpool squad. At the moment, both teams have 21 points after 10 matches, but they are ranked above because of “The Kop” in terms of difference (+12 vs. +5). Chelsea is close behind Tottenham and Liverpool in the final three clubs. “The Blues” actually has 19 points, just 2 points behind the two rivals.
Meanwhile, after a stunning comeback against Southampton 3-2, MU has made promising strides. Results at St. Mary’s last night helped coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s army with 16 points after 9 games (still 1 match was not paid for by Burnley) and climbed to 8th.
Currently, MU is just 2 points down from the top 4 in front of Leicester City, the team is fourth with 18 points, welcoming Fulham at 0:30 a.m. on 1 November to King Power’s home field.
Arsenal is a big squad in the “Big 6” party that triggered the biggest disappointment when Mikel Arteta’s teachers and students lost 1-2 to Wolverhampton at home this morning (November 30). In the meantime the 17-point Wolves have just finished 6th out of the Everton (16 points).