De Futebol- Shitty blows out Arsenal. Chelsea defeats Man U Man Shitty is top dog with 31 points.


Man Shitty tore apart Arsenal 3-1. Shitty now has a commanding eight-point lead over second place Man U and third place Tottenham.

Man U lost to Chelsea 1-0 while Spurs defeated Crystal Palace 1-0.

Everton escaped the voce vai zone with 3-2 win over Watford.

Man Shitty is in the catbird seat 31 points.

Man U is second with 23.

Spurs are third with 23 and Chelsea is fourth with 22 points.

Arsenal drops to sixth with 19 points.

Liverpool, 19 points, leaps ahead of the Gunners into fifth place.

EPL Match Report on Shitty’s win:” Leaders Manchester City secured their ninth consecutive Premier League win with a 3-1 triumph over Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium.

City went ahead on 19 minutes when Kevin De Bruyne beat Petr Cech with a low left-footed shot after a one-two with Fernandinho.

Sergio Aguero doubled the lead with an early second-half penalty, his eighth PL goal of the season, after Nacho Monreal had brought down Raheem Sterling.

Arsenal substitute Alexandre Lacazette pulled a goal back from Aaron Ramsey’s pass but another replacement, Gabriel Jesus, confirmed the victory from close range after a pass from David Silva, the Spaniard’s seventh assist of the season.

The win takes City on to 31 points. Arsenal slip to sixth.”

EPL Match Report on the Chelsea win:” Alvaro Morata scored his seventh goal of the season as Chelsea earned a 1-0 victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

Tiemoue Bakayoko twice came close for the dominant hosts before a Phil Jones own goal was ruled out for a push by Morata.

Marcus Rashford headed Ashley Young’s cross over but Chelsea were worthy of their victory.

It came courtesy of Morata, who powered Azpilicueta’s pinpoint cross in on 55 minutes; the fifth time the two Spaniards have combined for a goal by the striker.

Marouane Fellaini was thwarted late on by Thibaut Courtois and Rashford drove a free-kick just over but Chelsea held on for a 10th win in 16 PL encounters with United.

The Blues move to within a point of Jose Mourinho’s second-placed side.”