Yesterday’s football match results (31st October): What happened in the Premier League
Alley Sport brings to you Yesterday’s football match results of the Premier League. A thrilling Halloween day as the quest for the Premier League title saw two title contenders getting a very narrow victory.
Yesterday’s football match results saw Liverpool gaining the top spot in the Premier League table
Liverpool needed a late link-up between substitutes Diogo Jota and Xherdan Shaqiri to secure a win vs. West Ham United. The Reds now sit at the top of the Premier League table with 16 points from 7 matches, and extended their unbeaten home streak in the league to 63 matches.
Manchester City narrowly beat Sheffield United 1-0 through a Kyle Walker goal to move within 5 points off the top of the table with a game in hand. City have been unbeaten for the last four matches now and sit on the seventh spot in the Premier League table with 13 points.
Chelsea prove to be too much to handle for a struggling Burnley side
At Turf Moor, Chelsea pipped a hapless Burnley by 3 goals to nil as new signing Hakim Ziyech impressed again with his second goal in as many matches in all competitions for Chelsea. Ziyech made his first Premier League start in their clash yesterday, and got a goal as well as an assist to his name. He had been sidelined since the preseason camp, after he got injured playing against Brighton and Hove Albion.
The Moroccan looks all set to make a big impact on the Premier League with Chelasea. The Blues now move to 4th in the table while Burnley stay rock bottom with 1 point from 6 matches.
Wolves beat Crystal Palace at the Selhurst park with goals from new signings Rayan Ait- Nouri and Daniel Podence. Yesterday’s football match results meant that Wolves now stand at the second spot on the Premier League table, matching on 13 points with Everton.
These results set up a perfect Super Sunday as early top-4 contenders Aston Villa and Everton will both be in action while Manchester United will play Arsenal in one of Premier League’s most historically significant and fieriest fixtures.