Last night and this morning, the 16th round of the English Premier League played 6 games, Liverpool reversed Crystal Palace 2-1 away, climbed to the top of the table, Salah made a pass, Elliott scored a stunner, Aston Villa defeated Arsenal 1-0 at home, firmly in the third place in the league, maintaining a home win record, McGinn scored the only goal, Arsenal fell to second after losing, Manchester United lost 0-3 at home to Bournemouth, still in sixth place in the league.
Arsenal lost 1-0 at Aston Villa and dropped to second in the table, while Villa are firmly third in the league. Only 7 minutes into the opening game, Pele inverted the triangle pass, McGinn turned and volleyed the goal, the first to take the lead; Arsenal then attacked, Martinez made a high and low block to protect the goal; in the 57th minute, Arsenal took a corner kick, Martinez pounced on Watkins, bounced to the post, and almost lost the ball; in the 90th minute, Havertz scored, but was whistled for handball, and finally Arsenal lost away, and Villahao won eight consecutive home league wins.
Liverpool reversed Crystal Palace 2-1 away, surpassing Arsenal to climb to the top of the table! In the first half, both sides did not make achievements, Alisson made a brave save to keep the goal open; in the 53rd minute of the second half, Kwansa kicked down Mateta to send a penalty, and Mateta took the penalty in one fell swoop to help Crystal Palace take the lead; in the 75th minute, the home team Ayew fouled and received a second yellow card, and was sent off with a red card, which became the turning point of the game; in the 76th minute, Jones crossed, Salah pushed the broken line to break the goal, equalized; in the 90th minute, Salah passed, substitute Elliott scored from a distance, and staged a stunner.
In other fixtures, Manchester United suffered a 3-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth and remain sixth in the league, with Sollanke scoring and Fernandes receiving a yellow card and will miss the next round of the double red meeting, while Wolves drew 1-1 at home to Nottingham Forest, Brighton drew 1-1 at home to Burnley and Sheffield United beat Brentford 1-0 at home to remain bottom of the table.