Defending EPL Champions, Liverpool welcomed their fans with a brilliant release of four shots at Wolves (4-0) in week 11 schedule.
Jurgen Klopp said return of the fans was electric and motivational saying “The Noise moved you on”. He punched severally into the air towards the fans after the match.
Egyptian reliable star, Mo Salah opened scores 24th minute when he dislodged four defenders to make a chip off the turf into goal.
On resumption of second half, Georginho Wijnaldum scored 58th minute and captain Joel Matip scored the 3rd in 67th minute before the pressure on the Wolves paid off when Nelson Semeda scored an own goal in 78th minute.
South Korean star, Son Heung-min and English forward, Harry Kane netted a goal each in the first half to hand Tottenham a comfortable 2-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday, condemning the Gunners to a second consecutive league defeat.
Arsenal is miserably placed 15th on the table with 13 points from 11 matches having won 4 matches drew one, lost 6 matches now scoring 10 goals and conceding 14.
Jamie Vardy struck in the final minute to give Leicester full Premier League win 2-1 win at Sheffield United.
Sheffield United still have just one point from 11 games and were punished for a lack of ruthlessness as John Egan let Vardy run through rather than bringing down the striker outside the box and taking a red card, before the former England international kept his cool to beat Aaron Ramsdale.
The late winner was a just reward for Leicester’s domination of the game as they hit the woodwork twice in the first half through Vardy and James Maddison.
Instead, it was Ayoze Perez who put Brendan Rodgers’s men in front when he pounced on Marc Albrighton’s deflected shot.
However, Chris Wilder’s men hit back immediately for only their fifth league goal of the season when Oli McBurnie showed good strength to head home from a corner.
The hosts then held out more comfortably in the second period until they gifted away possession inside their own half and Maddison picked out a perfect pass to release Vardy for the winner.
Earlier, Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke both scored twice as Crystal Palace made West Brom pay for Matheus Pereira’s first-half red card in a 5-1 rout at the Hawthorns.
The Eagles had struggled for goals in recent weeks, but with Zaha restored after missing defeats to Burnley and Newcastle due to coronavirus, Palace were a team transformed as they moved to 11th and within three points of the top four.
At the other end of the table, the margin of defeat sees West Brom sink behind Burnley to second bottom.
Zaha made an instant impact as Palace took the lead after eight minutes when his low cross was turned into his own net by Darnell Furlong.
Furlong made amends on the half-hour mark when his cross was swept home by Conor Gallagher.
But just four minutes later the game swung decisively in the visitors’ favour when Pereira was sent off after kicking out at Patrick van Aanholt.
Zaha restored Palace’s lead 10 minutes into the second half when he brilliantly curled in from 16 yards.
Four minutes later, Benteke marked his return to the starting line-up with a first goal since July by stooping to head home Van Aanholt’s cross.
Zaha made it 4-1 after 68 minutes when he stabbed in following Eberechi Eze’s strong run into the box and Benteke rounded off the scoring in style by turning his marker and powering home a left-footed drive from just inside the penalty area eight minutes from time.
Brighton is to host Southampton in the last match of week 11 on Monday night football.