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Premier League weekend: 10 of the best tweets

Leicester 1-2 Liverpool

Liverpool maintained their 100% record in the Premier League, but it was £67 million ‘keeper Alisson howler that gifted Leicester their goal that dominated the headlines, with many fans reckoning that a certain Mr.Karius will have take great joy in the Brazilian’s misfortune.

Brighton 2-2 Fulham

He may have gone full Mitrovic and actually made himself the villain of the day by giving away a late penalty, but the big Serbs record since joining Fulham is simply sensational.

Chelsea 2-0 Bournemouth

Maurizio Sarri’s side may well have made it four wins out of four, but I think we can all agree that whoever designed the Blues new training kit should be taken out the back and shot immediately.

Crystal Palace 0-2 Southampton

Crystal Palace confirmed this weekend that they are the closest thing to a one-man team in the Premier League.

https://twitter.com/AccaTrackerTM/status/1036177051634618368

Everton 1-1 Huddersfield

Toffees boss Marco Silva has come in for plenty of stick for his horrific record of goals against from set plays this weekend. During his career in the Premier League, 41% of the goals conceded have come from dead ball situations.

https://twitter.com/EFCFansCorner_/status/1035903229480116224

West Ham 0-1 Huddersfield

Aaron Cresswell’s pathetic attempt at stopping Wolves Adama Traore from racing clear to score the winner, summed up another dismal performance by West Ham.

Manchester City 2-1 Newcastle

Manchester City reveal the real reason Kyle Walker has those strange holes in the back of his socks, after the England international right-back scored the winner against Newcastle with a thunderous long-range strike.

Cardiff 3-2 Arsenal

Alexandre Lacazette put in a match-winning display on his first start of the season and judging by this stat Arsenal boss Unai Emery should be giving the French striker more game time going forward.

Watford 2-1 Spurs

Mr.Watford Troy Deeney reveals that he and his teammates ignored their manager and went freestyle for the corner kick routines that lead to their two goals against Spurs.

Burnley 0-2 Manchester United

Jose Mourinho’s side got a much-needed win, but young attacker Marcus Rashford was sent off and later took to Twitter to apologise. And one United fan was quick to bust out the Star Wars references after the youngster was labelled a ‘Naive Boy’ by his manager.

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