Wolves have once again threatened European football after going seventh in the Premier League after a 2-1 win over Everton on Monday.
In the final game of match day 10, goals from Ral Jiménez and Max Kilman in the first half gave the home team a platform they did not give up despite Alex Iwobi’s reply.
Bruno Lage’s team is now just one point behind Manchester United and Arsenal.
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Meanwhile, Chelsea are three points clear at the top of the Premier League table, while West Ham moved into the top four with a big win on Sunday.
Goals from Ben Johnson, Declan Rice, Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen helped the Hammers beat Aston Villa 4-1 at Villa Park. Ollie Watkins got Villa’s goal, while Ezri Konsa was sent off to the home team.
The result moved West Ham to fourth place, while Villa are in 15th place.
Earlier on Sunday, Leeds beat Norwich 2-1. Rafinha and Rodrigo inflicted damages on Marcelo Bielsa’s side.
Saturday afternoon saw the main title challengers struggle, although Chelsea won a comfortable 3-0 win against Newcastle at St James’s Park.
Without Romelu Lukaku to lead the line, Chelsea got an unexpected escape from Reece James, who won with Jorginho penalties in the 65th and 77th minutes.
Second-placed Liverpool, meanwhile, were surprisingly drawn to a 2-2 draw against Brighton. After a massive run against Manchester United a week ago, it looked like the Reds were set for another big win when goals from Jordan Henderson and Sadio Mane put them 2-0 up in 24 minutes. Gave. However, Anik Mwepu and Leandro Trossard made a comeback for Siegel, who is in eighth place.
Similarly, Manchester City’s campaign continues to have a strange start. Pep Guardiola’s men have faced hot and cold weather this season, but suffered a 2–0 loss to Crystal Palace, having previously won only one league match under Patrick Vieira.
On-loan Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher scored one for Wilfried Zaha and set up another as the Londoners pulled off a surprise victory.
Manchester United and Arsenal made profits by registering excellent wins away from home that propelled them to the brink of the top four. The Gunners started the weekend with a 2-0 win over Leicester, while the Red Devils finished Saturday’s card with a thumping 3-0 win over Tottenham.
At the bottom of the table, it was a good day for Southampton, who beat Wolves 1–0 away from home, while Burnley beat Brentford 3–1 for their first win of the season.
Meanwhile, Newcastle are in some trouble with only four points from their first 10 games, leaving the Saudi-owned club six points short of safety.
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