Matchweek seven of Premier League 2019-20 ended with a big clash between Manchester United and Arsenal. Though the clash ended in a 1-1 draw, it was a thrilling match for Premier League football fans. While Liverpool maintained their unbeaten run with a lucky goal against Sheffield United, this matchweek can be termed as a stable week for most of the top teams as they got the win they needed.
Dean Hendersen's goalkeeping error handed Liverpool their seventh consecutive win for the Premier League season. Wijnaldum's shot easily passed through Sheffield United's keeper and helped the Reds bag a 0-1 win over the hosts. Klopp's side has managed to clinch wins in all their Premier League 2019-20 matches so far. They are five points clear of defending champions Manchester City.
Manchester United's Monday night draw against Arsenal saw the club's worst start to a Premier League campaign. Midfielder McTominay netted the opening goal of the match for the hosts but Arsenal's Aubameyang cancelled it out in the 58th minute to end the big clash in a 1-1 draw. United are currently on the 10th position in the table with just nine points to their name.
David Silva came on as a substitute in Manchester City's 1-3 win over Everton. The small appearance saw the Spaniard reach his 200 Premier League wins in just 289 league appearances. The 33-year-old midfielder broke the record of Chelsea legend John Terry, who reached his double-century in 305 matches. It was earlier reported that David Silva will depart from Manchester City at the end of the current season.
Leicester City displayed an all-round thumping performance over 10-man Newcastle. The Foxes humbled the visitors for a 5-0 home win with Jamie Vardy bagging his brace for the evening. Brenden Rodgers' team is currently on the third position in the table with only one loss this Premier League 2019-20 season (Win 4, Draw 2).
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goal against Manchester United on matchweek seven saw him get to the best goalscoring start to a campaign by an Arsenal player for 22 years. Aubameyang has netted seven goals in seven appearances, equalling club legend Dennis Bergkamp's record from the 1997-98 season, when the Gunners won their first Premier League title.