After the international break, Premier League football was back on everyone’s mind and the second month quickly went by.
There are still three teams left yet to concede a loss in the campaign as Manchester City, Liverpool & Chelsea are cementing the top three spot.
City and Liverpool are both level on points, however, the Cityzens lead on goal difference.
The statistics for this month shows that Chelsea’s Eden Hazard leads the top scorer tally with six goal as his impressive form has kept the blues in the top four.
On five goals each, the next top scorers are Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane & Aleksandar Mitrovic. Both Jose Holebas & Benjamin Mendy lead equally on most assists with four and Manchester City lead the overall goalscoring tally with 21 goals in total.
What’s surprising is the fact that Liverpool have a joint lead with Manchester City in defensive duties as they both have four clean sheets. Liverpool’s investment in Alisson Becker looks to have paid off.
As the table stands, Arsenal have made an improvement in comparison to the opening of the season while Spurs look a little shakey despite their solid front line. Both London side remain not far off from the top three spots.
Holebas’ contributions to his side has seen Watford take sixth place on the league table. Wolverhampton have had an impressive comeback season to the Premier League. Despite being ninth, the Wolves only have one defeat so far.
The biggest shock of the season is Manchester United’s start to the season. With three wins and three defeats, the Red Devils see themselves 10th on the league table. Not only this, increase pressure from the media has seen the club look in utter shambles both on and off the pitch.
To the frustration of Manchester United fans, both Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba have been made scapegoats for the team’s poor form.
Rumours of Zinedine Zidane coming in as a potential replacement for the special one has been circulating in the press as controversy has risen in the last couple of weeks.
Down in the relegation end of the table Newcastle, Cardiff and Huddersfield sit with five defeats and two draws each.