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    PL roundup: Arsenal triumph at Old Trafford while Gareth Bale nets Tottenham winner

    The loss leaves Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men in 15th.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang‘s second-half penalty provided Arsenal a 1-0 win at Manchester United, who suffered a 3rd home Premier League defeat of the season.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 100th game in charge ended in United’s first league loss to the Gunners at Old Trafford since 2006.

    Aubameyang transformed a penalty in the 69th minute after Paul Pogba fouled Hector Bellerin to secure triumph, with United’s most current loss leaving them 15th in the table.

    B U Z Z I N G #MUNARS pic.twitter.com/J93iv90wMn

    — Arsenal (@Arsenal) November 1, 2020

    Gareth Bale was the match-winner for Tottenham as Jose Mourinho’s men saw off Brighton 2-1 in Sunday’s late game.

    Harry Kane provided Spurs a 13th-minute lead from the penalty spot after referee Graham Scott’s original decision of a free-kick right on the edge of the area was reversed by VAR.

    Brighton then had a penalty claim for a foul on Matt Doherty rejected on review– however were level after 56 minutes as the technology took their side.

    ⚪ #THFC 2-1 #BHAFC pic.twitter.com/hQksFHuawW

    Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 1, 2020

    Tariq Lamptey rounded off a slick death move and the goal stood regardless of claims of a foul by Solly March on Pierre Hojbjerg in the accumulation.

    Bale had not long been on the pitch when he headed in a cross from Sergio Reguilon after 73 minutes as Mourinho’s men moved into second place, 2 points behind Liverpool.

    Earlier, Everton had actually missed out on the possibility to go back to the top of the Premier League after a 2-1 defeat at Newcastle.

    England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford discovered himself secured of the shooting line as Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti handed Robin Olsen a debut.

    Jordan Pickford was provided a rest by Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti (Michael Regan/PA)

    The Swede was beaten two times by Callum Wilson, who won and transformed a 56th-minute penalty prior to kipping down Ryan Fraser’s cross with 6 minutes left.

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored in stoppage time to establish a nervy ending however Everton, missing out on the likes of playmaker James Rodriguez and suspended Brazilian frontman Richarlison, might not find a way back into the match.

    In Sunday’s twelve noon kick-off, Southampton won 4-3 at Aston Rental Property, with a double from midfielder James Ward-Prowse moving them approximately 4th.

    The visitors had a goal dismissed by VAR for a limited offside call against Che Adams after only 3 minutes prior to Theo Walcott then struck the crossbar.

    Chalk up another 3 points! pic.twitter.com/EwR1fiayxy

    — Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) November 1, 2020

    England international Ward-Prowse, commemorating his 26th birthday, established Jannik Vestergaard to head in the opener on 20 minutes.

    Ward-Prowse then curled a great 25-yard free-kick into the top corner to make it 2-0 after 33 minutes prior to then drilling in another dead-ball unique past Emiliano Martinez just prior to the break.

    Danny Ings curled in Southampton’s 4th after 58 minutes, prior to Tyrone Mings pulled one back for Vacation home.

    The home side lowered the deficit in stoppage time with a penalty from Ollie Watkins and Jack Grealish fired in another late alleviation.

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