Premier League Matchday Four Round Up, Here Are Things We Learnt

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Premier League matchday 4 saw a massive competition in the 2023/24 campaign as well as the fixtures’ finest performances..

Premier League Matchday Four Round Up, Here Are Things We Learnt

The Match Day 4 recorded one of the finest performances by clubs especially Arsenal beating Manchester United.

It was also a weekend of hat-tricks with three players all helping themselves to a match ball, including Erling Haaland who helped maintain City’s perfect start to the season.

The weekend’s Premier League games also saw Liverpool ease past Aston Villa while Chelsea fell to Nottingham Forest.

As we mentioned there was drama in north London as Arsenal left it late to snatch victory against old rivals Manchester United.

Elsewhere, Ange Postecoglou’s impressive start at Tottenham continued, and Sheffield United became the first promoted team to earn a point.

The Premier League weekend was worth its weight in goals delivered drama, VAR controversy alongside the look to the future of the incoming summer signings.

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Sunday’s drama came after a Saturday with three hat tricks which came after Luton Town showcased their unique stadium for the first time this season.

There was also a deep review with several pundits giving their takes on what transpired in one of the most interesting weekends.

Futballnews brings all the interesting things we learned from the Premier League match day four.

Declan Rice Showed His Worth

Mikel Arteta praised Declan Rice for his “outstanding” performance in Arsenal’s win over Manchester United on Sunday.

The Englishman scored a late goal to put Arsenal ahead in their Premier League encounter against Manchester United before Gabriel Jesus scored the third.

The English midfielder scored his debut goal for the Gunners on Sunday after joining them in the summer from West Ham for a club-record transfer fee of £105 million ($137m).

Ange Postecoglou Changing Spurs

Tottenham lost Harry Kane to Bayern Munich this summer but it has not shown any setback in terms of goals.

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Ange Postecoglou has transformed the players to become goalscorers even without their goal machine who moved to Germany.

Four games into this season’s Premier League, six different Tottenham players have scored a goal already, including three who have scored at least two.

Liverpool Passes Center Back Depth Test

Virgil van Dijk and Ibrahima Konate were absent in last weekend’s game but Joel Matip and Joe Gomez covered up and produced a clean sheet.

Alisson did well with several key saves in the match, but Aston Villa has a 0.49 expected goals which they struggled to accomplish.

Premier League Matchday Four Round Up, Here Are Things We Learnt

Mohamed Salah responded to Liverpool’s stay by wrapping up the 3-0 win against a subpar Villa despite links to Saudi Arabia.

Chelsea Struggle Continues

Chelsea failed to find their way past Forest’s back line more than once or twice in last Saturday’s Premier League match.

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Steve Cooper made it very difficult to cut through Tricky Trees in his defense and all efforts by Chelsea did not go through.

Mauricio Pochettino still has a long way to go in his new job as the Blues manager, with the Premier League club still on the same struggles they had last season.

De Zerbi’s Men Are Resilient

Roberto De Zerbi and Eddie Howe took two very different avenues to come back from a rough weekend, with Brighton looking more dominant in the game.

The Magpies midfield was straight-up worked by Brighton, but the Seagulls eventually won the game in a beautiful fashion.

Premier League Matchday Four Round Up, Here Are Things We Learnt

Brighton remain a fantastic football club that are passing every test sent their way and we are hoping they continue with the same resilience.

Erling Haaland Is Still Unstoppable

Erling Haaland ended last season’s Premier League in a massive high and has started again this new season, though he failed to score in City’s match day three, he bagged a hattrick in matchday four.

The Norwegian assisted Julian Alvarez in the game and was also unplayable in the second half, scoring three times to bring his season haul to six goals from four games.

Haaland has now scored 42 Premier League goals in 39 games and that is one game more than a full season; four of his last appearances lasted for 45 minutes or less.

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