9:17 a.m. ET—Arthur Masuaku’s 87th-minute winner helps West Ham beat leaders Chelsea 3-2
11:52 a.m. ET—Divock Origi’s 94th-minute winner helps Liverpool beat Wolves 1-0 and go to the top of the table
2:23 p.m. ET—Man City beat Watford 3-1 to go to the top of the table.
Man City manag to be on top of the league and Chelsea become the 3rd on the table after losing the game against west ham, then Liverpool's win manage to put them in the 2nd position of the table.
Now this is the race we were we were talking about.
They are all in the same position as before but different teams.. now we will see what's gonna happen next week. Since the table has turned upside down from number one to number 3 lets see how long could man city hold on to the position of number one. This is an amazing race we should watch
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