Liverpool Maintains 100% Home Record While Pushing PL Unbeaten Streak At Anfield To 57 Games

Liverpool made it 17 wins out of 17 at Anfield after goals by Sadio Mane and Curtis Jones handed the champions a 2-0 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday which pushed Dean Smith's side deeper into trouble.

Following their 4-0 mauling at the hands of Manchester City on Thursday, Juergen Klopp's side struggled to break down a determined Villa. Klopp fielded another strong side but with the ground empty and the title already in the bag, there was a lack of edge to Liverpool's play.

Miguel Almirón Is Now Treating The Premier League Like MLS

Newcastle United twice came back from a goal down as they grabbed a 2-2 Premier League draw with West Ham United on Sunday, robbing the visitors of the chance to put some more daylight between themselves and the relegation zone.

Having lost their previous seven away league games, West Ham started the day three points above the drop zone, and they got off to the perfect start when Michail Antonio opened the scoring after four minutes following a mistake by Jamaal Lascelles.

Christian Pulisic Continues To Show Uncanny Knack For Drawing Penalties

LONDON — First-half goals from Olivier Giroud and Willian and a late strike from Ross Barkley earned Chelsea a 3-0 Premier League victory over struggling Watford on Saturday and a boost to their ambitions for Champions League football next season.

France striker Giroud hit the target in the 28th minute, after a brisk move between Barkley and Mason Mount, with a low left foot shot that bounced in off the post.

Teen Comes Up Big As Man United Torches Bournemouth 5-2

MANCHESTER, England — Manchester United's three-pronged attack combined to devastating effect as they crushed Bournemouth 5-2 in the Premier League on Saturday to move into the top four and stretch their unbeaten run to 16 games in all competitions.

Mason Greenwood shone with two superb goals while Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and playmaker Bruno Fernandes added one each for United, who climbed into fourth place on 55 points from 33 games.

Liverpool, Probably Still Hungover, Gets Ripped A New One By Man City, 4-0

MANCHESTER — Manchester City generously applauded new champions Liverpool onto the field before their Premier League match on Thursday -- and promptly showed no mercy by thrashing them 4-0 at the Etihad stadium.

With the title secured a week ago, there was little at stake for Juergen Klopp's Liverpool side who showed far from their usual levels of intensity but the loss, just their second of the league campaign, was an emphatic reminder that City will be desperate to regain their crown next season.

How Wayne Rooney's Late-Career Revival Has Transformed Derby County

Wayne Rooney's move to MLS was declared a farewell tour, a career death sentence for a 30-something ex-Premier League star. After moderate success during his single season with Everton, Rooney was seen as a shell of his former self when he left his boyhood club for D.C. United in 2018.

Despite this criticism, Rooney flourished in the U.S., notching 23 goals in 48 games and leaving a highlight real in his wake.

Pulisic's Efforts To Save Chelsea Squandered In West Ham Loss

Christian Pulisic and Chelsea had been dynamite since the restart of the Premier League — three straight wins with the American being the Blues’ best player by far. The dream return came to a screeching halt in London with 17th-place West Ham punishing dreadful defending in a 3-2 Chelsea defeat. 

I’m not sure what looked worse to be honest, the Chelsea defense or the new uniforms.

Bruno Fernandes Proves That Milk Is The Drink Of Champions

It's common knowledge that milk is the finest beverage known to mankind. Not only does it strengthen bones and build muscle, it also tastes phenomenal. Milk may not be the beverage of choice for most Premier Leaguers, but one Manchester United player can't get enough of it.

After scoring two delightful goals in a 3-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion, Red Devils star Bruno Fernandes cooled off on the sideline in the best possible way, with a pint of creamy dairy heaven. 

Pulisic Questionable For Wednesday's Match With Calf Injury

Christian Pulisic’s recent form for Chelsea has made USMNT fans finally feel something for the first time since that October 2017 night in Trinidad. Chelsea has played and won three games since the return of football, with the Pennsylvania native earning all three “Man of the Match” awards.

American Defender Miazga Handed Three-Match Ban For Punching Player In The Face

USMNT defender Matt Miazga is unable to stray away from controversy. Notable Miazga moments include the American being fined for grabbing another player’s groin and the time he made fun of Diego Lainez’s height during a friendly. The latest Miazga incident is getting suspended for Reading’s next three matches after throwing punches against Derby County.