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The much awaited league-English Premier League 2018/19 season kicked off this weekend with an opening win by Manchester United on Friday, 10th August, 2018. Manchester United beat Leicester city 2:1 despite not using her full strength due to injuries and full recovery of some key players who put lot of efforts in the just concluded world cup held in Russia.
Paul Pogba opened the scoring through an early penalty kick he converted in the third minute before Luke Shaw slot in a late one. Leicester city’s Jamie Vardy who came in as a substitute gave his side a consolation goal in the 90th minute. Chelsea’s N’golo Kante and teammate Jorginho earned new coach Sarri his premiership win when they thrashed Huddersfield 3:0. Courtois’ replacement Kepa Arrizabalaga didn’t have much to do since the opponent lacked the quality to come near his territory. This win will calm down the nerves of the Chelsea fans after losing to Manchester city in the community field.
Paul Pogba celebrates the first goal of the 2018/2019 season
New comers Wolves ensured they shared the spoils with Everton on match week 1 at home. Fellow newcomers Fulham and Cardiff city after a long time away from the premier league could not withstand the onslaught from premiership regulars Crystal Palace and Bournemouth. Despite Fulham’s big spending, they lost on home soil. They have to do better than today’s performance or they will be heading back to where they came from.
Chelsea celebrate goal against Leicester city
It was a good start for Spurs who snatched an away victory over Newcastle who was at home. Watford humbled Brighton &Hove Albion with a comfortable win at home for them. Liverpool will battle West Ham while Southampton will engage Burnley on the 12th August, 2018.
The main battle of Match week 1 is an Arsenal side without Arsene Wenger who will lock horns with the champions Manchester City. Will they survive?
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