Premier League table: Liverpool title glory delayed as Man United suffer setback

Premier League table: Liverpool title glory delayed as Man United suffer setback

- Premier League table was re-adjusted after matchday 30 matches were played across England

- Liverpool will have to wait a little longer before they are crowned champions of England

- Norwich, Aston Villa and Bournemouth continue their fight at the bottom of the table

- Man United's top-four ambitions came under threat after they were held at Tottenham

Premier League table produced interesting results on matchday 30 as the 2019-20 season returned after a three-month break.

Everton nearly recorded their first Merseyside derby win in nine matches as the Goodison side outfit delayed Liverpool's quest for their Premier League title in 30 years.

Man City stood strong in second following their comfortable 3-0 over Arsenal in midweek but Leicester City who are in third dropped points at Watford.

The Premier League table: Liverpool title glory delayed as United suffer setback
Premier League table: Liverpool title glory delayed as Man United top-four suffer setback. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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And now Chelsea have closed the gap on the Foxes with three points after recording their first away win in the calendar with a 2-1 victory over relegation strugglers Aston Villa.

Man United's top-four quest was slowed-down after dropping points at Tottenham as Wolves sealed the points against West Ham to go level on points with United.

The bottom-three place remained unchanged as Norwich City's 3-0 loss to Southampton kept them further in the 20th position.

Bournemouth also lost to Crystal Palace at the Vitality Stadium but still stay a point above Aston Villa in 19th place but are level on points with West Ham.

Arsenal lost their second match in as many days after Neil Maupay scored the match-winner right at the death to secure a 2-1 win.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang liked a tweet that appeared to be criticizing his Arsenal teammates two days after their 3-0 defeat to Man City.

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The 31-year-old striker was part of the squad that were beaten at the Etihad and could not add to his tally of 20 goals this season.

The former Dortmund forward has been linked with a move away from the Emirates and Real Madrid and Barcelona have been linked to the Gabonese star.

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