Yesterday’s football match results (1st November): Premier League Gameweek 7

Yesterday's football match results
Image credits: sky sports Yesterday's football match results

Alley Sport brings you a review of Yesterday’s football match results in the Premier League . The first day of a new month saw shocks at both ends of the table as the ‘contenders’ were separated from the ‘pretenders’.

Yesterday’s football match results saw Everton and Villa brought back down to Earth

High-flying Everton went into the game vs. Newcastle United just 3 points off the top of the league table, needing a win to finish the gameweek as the league leaders, but Newcastle had other plans. Two goals from new signing Callum Wilson saw the magpies win 2-1 on the day. A late goal from Dominic Calvert-Lewin (his 8th in the league this season) offered Everton some hope late on but Newcastle held on for a famous result.

A seven-goal thriller between Southampton and in-form Aston Villa saw the Saints win on the day by the odd goal. Southampton, even after having an early goal disallowed, raced to a 4-0 lead in the first hour with a brace from midfielder James Ward-Prowse. While the 4-3 scoreline suggests a nervy finish, Yesterday’s football match results was never in doubt for Southampton as the last two of Villa’s goals came after the 93rd minute deep into added time.

Arsenal pip Manchester United to record a historic win

Yesterday’s football match results were a must to look at, with the behemoth fixture between Manchester United and Arsenal seemed to be heading towards a rare goalless draw, until Paul Pogba brought down Hector Bellerin in the box near the 70th minute mark. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the penalty kick to end his personal goal-scoring drought and secure Arsenal their first away league win vs. a Premier League ‘big 6’ side in 5 years.

Yesterday's football match results
Arsenal players celebrate their lead vs. Manchester United (Pool/Getty Images)

Despite 20 minutes still left in the game after Aubameyang’s goal, United never threatened the Gunners’ goal and Arsenal held on for one of Mikel Arteta’s most famous wins in his short managerial career. Yesterday’s football match results see Arsenal climb up to 9th in the table, while United fall down to 15th.

Gareth Bale shines as Tottenham Hotspurs edge out Brighton

New Spurs signings Gareth Bale and Reguillon combined to score the decisive goal in Spurs’ 2-1 victory against Brighton & Hove Albion. Spurs took the lead through an early Harry Kane penalty, but it was cancelled out by Tariq Lamptey’s solo effort in the 56th minute. With 17 minutes left on the clock, Gareth Bale rose highest to head in Reguillon’s pin-point cross and hand Spurs the 3 points, taking them to 2nd in the table.

Find out how the PL table looks after a weekend of enthralling fixtures.

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