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Premier League 2023-24 Season Review: Gameweek 10

Tottenham Hotspurs remain top of the standings after the first 10 games of the Premier League season. A look at the gameweek 10 Premier League 2023-24 Season Review.

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Last updated: 03.11.2023
Premier League 2023-24 Season Review Gameweek 10

Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool secured big wins as the tenth gameweek of the 2023-24 Premier League spilled some exciting results. A total of 30 goals were scored in this match round while home teams and visitors secured an equal number of victories with four. The Gunners were the top-scoring side with five goals with five sides failing to find the back of the net.  

    

Haaland’s derby show

Erling Haaland’s brace and a Phil Foden strike late in the game ensured a dominating 3-0 Manchester derby win for City in their neighbour’s ground Old Trafford. For United, it was the worst start to a league season in 61 years for them with the loss being their fifth defeat in first 10 games. Erik Ten Hag’s side also sits eight points away from the top four places with fading chances each game. On the contrary, the holders remain just two points away from the top spot. Haaland is close on the radar of the Golden Boot again having bagged 11 goals already.       

 

Spurs ride on

Tottenham Hotspurs maintained their stay on top of the Premier League table with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Despite early scares from the home side forcing saves out of Guglielmo Vicario, Spurs dominated the game but did not get the breakthrough until the 53rd minute at Selhurst Park. Joel Ward turned a James Maddison shot into his own net for the opener before Heung Min-Son scored his eighth of the season. Jordan Ayew’s late strike caused a nervy ending to the match with Spurs managing to hold on for a fourth straight Premier League victory.          

 

Chelsea crash at Bridge again

It went from bad to worse for Mauricio Pochettino and Chelsea side after they lost 2-0 to Brentford in the west London derby. The Blues remain winless for the last five Premier League games at at Stamford Bridge having also drawn against Arsenal in the last round while leading by two goals.  Ethan Pinnock’s header from Bryan Mbuemo’s cross gave Brentford the lead in the 58th minute. The Cameroonian also scored the game-settler in the stoppage time with Robert Sanchez up for a late corner. This was Chelsea’s fourth Premier League loss of the campaign.

 

Five star for Arsenal

Eddie Nketiah scored a first Premier League hat-trick to help Arsenal secure a huge 5-0 win over bottom-placed Sheffield United at the Emirates Stadium. The 24-year-old scored the first three goals for the home side before substitutes Fabio Viera from the spot and Takehiro Tomiyasu joined the party. Mikel Arteta’s men move second on the table after the win, level on points with third-place Manchester City but ahead on goals scored. The Gunners extended their unbeaten start to the season to 10 games in the Premier League and now remain two points away from the top spot.

 

Newcastle’s away hiccups

For the second consecutive away game in the league, sixth-placed Newcastle United played another 2-2 draw this time against 12th-placed Wolves. Callum Wilson scored a first-half brace, the second from the spot to cancel out Mario Lemina’s equalizer but his efforts were undone by Hwang Hee-Chan’s second-half strike to make amends for conceding the penalty. The Magpies have now collected just a single win in five games on the road and remain six points away from the top four.

 

Anfield dominance

Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez and Mohammed Salah scored as Liverpool cruised to a 3-0 victory over Nottingham Forest. Without losing a Premier League game at Anfield for over a year, the Reds keep rolling sitting in the fourth spot with 23 points and just three points behind leaders Tottenham. Forest's winless streak extended to six games although they remain five points above the relegation zone.        

 

Magnificent Villa

The 3-1 dominating win over Luton Town puts Aston Villa a point closer to the top-four spot in the Premier League. Unai Emery’s side maintained their 100% record in league games at home and extended their unbeaten run to six in all competitions. John McGinn, Moussa Diaby and an own goal from Tom Lockyer sealed although Villa spurned the clean sheet again with Konsa inadvertently heading into his own net. Meanwhile, Luton continues to languish 18th on the table.      

 

Dominick the hero and first for Cherries

Dominick Calvert-Lewin came up with the goods for Everton in the 1-0 win over West Ham to replace their Merseyside derby defeat. Elsewhere, Bournemouth secured their first three points in the Premier League against fellow relegation candidate Burnley coming from a goal down in the 2-1 victory. Brighton though remain winless for over a month with a 1-1 draw against Fulham at AMEX. 

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