De Futebol- Arsenal wins! Liverpool blew a chance to move into fourth place.

Arsenal defeated Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0. The win gives the guys thirteen points.

Nacho Monreal 16th minute and Alex Lwobi 56th minute propelled the Gunners to the win.

EPL Match Report: “Nacho Monreal scored his first Premier League goal since March 2013 as Arsenal beat Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0 to maintain their perfect home record this season.

The Spanish defender drilled in the opener on 16 minutes after Hector Bellerin’s blocked shot went in to his path.

Solly March hit a post with a ferocious free-kick as Brighton responded brightly before Aaron Ramsey went close.

Alex Iwobi doubled Arsenal’s advantage after the break, when he found the top corner following a delightful backheel from Alexis Sanchez.

Arsenal are up to fifth following their fourth win out of four home matches this season. Brighton are 14th.”

Liverpool had a chance to jump into fourth place instead Toons had other plans. Newcastle and Liverpool tied one all.

Burnley defeated Everton 1-0. The Clarets jumped ahead of Liverpool into sixth place with 12 points. The Reds have 12 points tambem however Burnley is a plus two while Liverpool is a plus one.

Newcastle has ten points parked in ninth place.

EPL Match Summary on the Toons Reds tie:” Liverpool fell behind the clubs above them as they were held 1-1 by Newcastle United.

Jurgen Klopp’s side led at St James’ Park through Philippe Coutinho’s brilliant goal on 29 minutes.

Newcastle levelled seven minutes later when Jonjo Shelvey played in Joselu, who scored when Joel Matip’s tackle deflected off him into the net.

After the break, Daniel Sturridge and Mohamed Salah failed to punish Ciaran Clark’s miskick, while Shelvey cleared Dejan Lovren’s header off the line.

Two Liverpool substitutes, Dominic Solanke and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, both put headed chances off target.

In stoppage time, Newcastle substitute Mohamed Diame had a chance to score the winner, but his close-range shot deflected into the arms of Simon Mignolet.

Liverpool fall to seventh, while Newcastle rise to ninth.”