Matches were played in the Premier League today as the teams played their matchday ninth matches. Manchester United broke an unearned record by conceding four in the first half, Mohamed Salah became Africa's all-time leading scorer in the Premier League and scored in his tenth consecutive games.
West Ham United won Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 in today's London derby. One goal from Michail Antonio was enough to snatch all three points from West Ham United. Tottenham Hotspur have lost all London derbies this season.
Leicester City got all three points against a struggling Brentford today. Youri Tielemans initially gave Leicester City a narrow lead after scoring a brilliant goal by beating the goalkeeper from outside the penalty area. Joergensen scored the equalizer for Brentford as they leveled things off in the second half. James Maddison sealed the three points for Leicester City after scoring thanks to the assist from Patson Daka. Patson Daka came on and provided an assist for the game-winning goal.
Liverpool ransacked Manchester United at Old Trafford as they kept one of the Premier League's worst defensive records so far this season. Naby Keita opened the scoring for Liverpool in the opening minutes of the first half after scoring thanks to an assist from Mohamed Salah. Diogo Jota went 2-0 after scoring from Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Mohamed Salah made it 3-0 after scoring in the dying minutes of the first half thanks to an assist from Naby Keita. Liverpool extended their lead further after Mohamed Salah scored a beauty thanks to the assist from Diogo Jota. Everything seemed over for Manchester United as they led 4-0 at halftime. Mohamed Salah made it 5-0 by completing his hat trick. Jordan Henderson provided assistance to Salah as he punished Manchester United.
Liverpool have passed Chelsea with the best Premier League goalscoring statistics so far this season following today's victory. Chelsea lead the table with just one point, losing a point in one of their next games could give way to Liverpool. Manchester United fell to seventh after today's games. This is what the Premier League table looks like after today's games.
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