Man Shitty took care of business with a 2-1 win over Burnley at the Clarets house. The win gives Shitty 30 points.
Sergio Aguero scored twice in the 37th and 60th minutes to lead Shitty to the win. Burnley took the lead in 14th minute off a strike by Dean Marney.
Liverpool needed two second half goals to defeat bottom feeder Sunderland 2-0. Tied at half between the Reds and the Black Cats it sure looked bad for the guys from Liverpool. Goals by Divock Origi 75th minute and PK by James Milner 90th minute plus one secured the three points for Liverpool.
The Reds have 30 big ones. The Reds are plus 18.
Man Shitty is a plus 17.
In a wild one Swansea City earned their first win for Bob Bradley a 5-4 thriller.
Leicester City and Middlesbrough tied two all.
Hull City and West Brom tied one all.
Chelsea scored twice after Spurs took the early lead to hand Tottenham their first loss of the season a 2-1 thriller at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues are in the catbird seat with 31 points.
The Reds are in second with 3o points a plus eighteen.
Man Shitty is third with 30 points a plus seventeen.
Bob Bradley’s first win in the EPL reported by Match Day. “Fernando Llorente struck twice in stoppage time as Swansea City staged an incredible comeback to beat Crystal Palace in a thrilling Premier League match at the Liberty Stadium.
Crystal Palace took the lead through an emphatic Wilfried Zaha finish but Gylfi Sigurdsson levelled the scores from a free kick before half time.
Swansea took control of the second half and Leroy Fer scored twice in two minutes to put the hosts on course for victory.
Crystal Palace fought back however and three goals in the space of nine minutes from James Tomkins, Zaha and Christian Benteke saw the visitors take a 4-3 lead with just minutes remaining.
But substitute Llorente netted a quickfire double in the 91st and 93rd minutes to hand Swansea a first Premier League win under Bob Bradley.”
Match report on the Reds win over the Black Cats. “Liverpool return to the top of the Premier League after a hard-fought victory over Sunderland at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s team dominated possession for long periods and missed the playmaking ability of Philippe Coutinho, who was carried off the pitch on a stretcher in the first half following following a tackle from Sunderland’s Didier Ndong.
It looked like Liverpool would have to settle for a point but finally broke the deadlock through Coutinho’s replacement, Divock Origi, who netted his first goal of the season with a well-taken effort.
The win was sealed in stoppage-time when Ndong conceded a penalty for a foul on Sadio Mane and James Milner coolly converted from the spot, sending Jordan Pickford the wrong way.”