Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool remain unstoppable in the English Premier League. The Reds won on Matchday 5 in the controversial Merseyside derby against Everton 5-2 (4-2) and maintained their eight-point lead over Leicester City. The Foxes sat down against Watford 2: 0 (0: 0). 0) and moved back past Master Manchester City, who had won 4-1 at Burnley on Tuesday.
José Mourinho, on the other hand, suffered his first defeat as Team Manager for Tottenham Hotspur. In a wild first half in Liverpool, former Wolfsburg-based Divoque Origi (6th, 31st), former Munich Xherdan Shaqiri (17th) and Sadio Mané (45th) set the course early on for victory, albeit defensive on the home side Michael Keane (21) and Richarlison (45 + 3) did not look good. In the second half, Mané (81st, 85th) and Moise Kean (86th) had good chances before Georginio Wijnaldum (90th) came to the final. Again back on the road to success is Chelsea. The team of Frank Lampard won at home Stamford Bridge against promoted Aston Villa 2: 1 (1: 1), for the Blues it was the first success after three competitive games without a win. Chelsea remain clearly on course Champions League, as fourth have the Londoners six points ahead of fifth place.In the basement battle between FC Southampton with team manager Ralph Hasenhüttl and Norwich City to Daniel Farke retained the Austrians the upper hand. Southampton won 2: 1 (2: 0) and left with the second consecutive victory relegation places, Norwich remains four points behind the Saints penultimate.