Manchester City came back (1-2) against Luton this Sunday on matchday 16 of the Premier to stop their crisis of results, while Tottenham did the same with a rout (4-1) against Newcastle.

After four days without winning, the worst record in seven years for the light blues, the Manchester team overturned Elijah Adebayo's 1-0 lead in first-half stoppage time. Bernardo Silva equalized on the hour mark and, after three minutes, Jack Grealish avoided further agony with the score at 2-1.

Thus, Pep Guardiola's team has 33 points in fourth position, four behind the new leader, Liverpool. Fifth, with 30, was Tottenham, who also signed a necessary reaction, after a draw and four defeats in the previous five rounds.

The 'Spurs' team also recovered the success of Richarlison, author of a double, and had a great match against a direct rival, a Newcastle team that remains seventh with 26 points. Udogie was the one who opened the can and Son Heung-min who closed it with a penalty.

In addition, Everton, which marks the salvation, continued its recovery with the third victory in a row, a 2-0 against a Chelsea that has lost seven in its project with Mauricio Pochettino. Doucouré and Dobbin scored the goals that leave the 'blues' 19th.



Crystal Palace – Liverpool 1-2.

Brighton – Burnley 1-1.

Manchester United – Bournemouth 0-3.

Sheffield United – Brentford 1-0.

Wolverhampton – Nottingham Forest 1-1.

Aston Villa – Arsenal 1-0.


Everton – Chelsea 2-0.

Fulham – West Ham 5-0.

Luton – Manchester City 1-2.

Tottenham – Newcastle 4-1.