In the 6th week of the English Premier League, an exciting match was played that closely interested the top positions. Arsenal drew 2-2 with Tottenham, whom they hosted at home. The match played at the Emirates Stadium gave the audience unforgettable moments.
The first goal came for Arsenal in the 26th minute with an own goal scored by Cristian Romero. However, Tottenham equalized the score with Heung-Min Son's goal in the 42nd minute and the first half ended in a draw.


In the second half, in the 50th minute, referee Robert Jones' controversial penalty decision in favor of Arsenal was on the agenda. Stating that the ball hit Cristian Romero's hand, the referee pointed to the penalty spot. Tottenham players objected to this decision for a long time, but after the VAR confirmation, Bukayo Saka scored the penalty in the 54th minute to put Arsenal ahead once again.

In the 55th minute, James Maddison picked up a through ball from the Arsenal defense and set up Son Heung-Min to score and make it 2-2. This goal was also Son Heung-Min's 150th goal in official matches for Tottenham. With this draw, both teams reached 14 points. Tottenham is in 4th place with an average, while Arsenal is in 5th place.


Liverpool beat West Ham United 3-1 at Anfield Stadium with Mohamed Salah from the penalty spot in the 16th minute, Darwin Nunez in the 60th minute and Diogo Jota in the 85th minute. The only goal of the visiting team came from Jarrod Bowen in the 42nd minute. Liverpool, who increased their points to 16, finished the week in second place. West Ham United with 10 points took the 7th place.

Brighton & Hove Albion, one of the form teams of the season, defeated Bournemouth 3-1 with the goals of Milos Kerkez (own goal) and Kaoru Mitoma (2).

Brighton & Hove Albion, who increased their points to 15, are in 3rd place while Bournemouth, who have 3 points, are in 17th place. Chelsea, who failed to show a consistent performance despite the high-budget transfers in the last two seasons, lost 1-0 to Aston Villa. Ollie Watkins scored the goal that brought Aston Villa 3 points in the 73rd minute. Chelsea's Malo Gusto received a straight red card in the 58th minute, leaving his team 10 men. Aston Villa with 12 points closed the week in 6th place and Chelsea with 5 points closed the week in 14th place.