Premier League Weekend Highlights - 10 Talking Points

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By: Aquib Nawab


Luton's player Tom Lockyer suddenly fell down. Philip Billing and Dominic Solanke from Bournemouth quickly helped him. The game stopped, but everyone understood it was the right thing to do. It was a scary moment, but it showed how caring people can be in football.

1. A Scary Moment at Bournemouth

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Raphaël Varane played really well for Manchester United against Liverpool. He hadn't played in a while, but he still did an amazing job in defense. The game ended without any goals, but Varane showed he's a very important player for his team.

2. Varane's Great Game for Manchester United

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3. Arsenal's Strong Defense

Arsenal beat Brighton 2-0! A big reason for their win was their defenders, Gabriel and William Saliba. They played so well, making it hard for Brighton to score. Arsenal is doing great because of their strong defense.

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After a draw with Crystal Palace, Manchester City is now getting ready for a big tournament in Saudi Arabia. Their coach, Pep Guardiola, is excited about it and says they played well in their last game.

4. Manchester City's Next Challenge

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Newcastle won against Fulham 3-0, but they had some players get hurt. They're looking at how they train and take care of players to see if they can stop more injuries.

5. Newcastle's Injury Problems

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6. Chelsea's New Strategy

Chelsea beat Sheffield United 2-0. Their coach, Mauricio Pochettino, tried something different by changing where Cole Palmer played. It was hard for Palmer at first, but then he did really well and helped the team win.

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Aston Villa won 2-1 against Brentford, but it was a very rough game. Their goalkeeper, Emi Martínez, almost got sent off. The game had a lot of tough moments, but Aston Villa managed to win.

7. A Tough Game for Aston Villa

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Lucas Paquetá was amazing in West Ham's 3-0 win over Wolves. He set up three goals! He's a really special player and worked hard for the team.

8. Paquetá's Great Game for West Ham

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9. Everton Keeps Winning

Everton won their fourth game in a row without letting in a goal. They beat Burnley 2-0. Sean Dyche, their coach, did a great job organizing the team, even though some players were missing.

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Tottenham won 2-0 against Nottingham Forest, but Yves Bissouma got a red card. This means he can't play in the next few games, which is tough for Tottenham because he's a key player.

10. A Big Loss for Tottenham

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