- Premier League table has Everton topping after their draw against Liverpool
- Jurgen Klopp and his men are occupying second position on the table
- Arsenal lost against Manchester City and they are occupying fifth position on the log
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Everton on Saturday evening, October 17, maintained their leadership position on the Premier League standings despite forcing Liverpool to a 2-2 draw in their game.
Carlo Ancelotti and his wards will have the VAR to thank in their Premier League encounter against Liverpool as the system ruled out the late goal scored by Jordan Henderson.
Liverpool stars and their fans who watched on television were happy when Henderson scored, but the goal was later disallowed.
Everton are topping the Premier League table with 13 points after five games played and they are still unbeaten so far this term.
Liverpool on the other hand are occupying second position on the Premier League table with 10 points after five games played as well.
Aston Villa who will be facing Leicester City on Sunday, October 18, are occupying third position on the table and they can go to second if they should beat the Foxes.
Leicester City will be playing at home and they can also move to second position if they should get a win in this tie.
Arsenal who suffered a defeat against Manchester City are occupying fifth position, while the Citizens occupy ninth position.
Manchester United came back from a goal down to beat Newcastle 4-1 in their own game and the Red Devils are occupying 14th position on the table.
See top 10 below
3. Aston Villa
4. Leicester City
8. Leeds United
9. Manchester City
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester City continued with their impressive performance this season in the Premier League beating visiting Arsenal 1-0 on Saturday, October 17, at the Etihad stadium.
The Citizens started the match impressively and they would have even scored the opener in the second minutes through Riyad Mahrez who fired a shot that was parried by Leno.
Arsenal striker Aubameyang also had the chance to give his side the lead five minutes later, but his shot was blocked by goalkeeper Ederson who was at full stretch.
England international Raheem Sterling broke the hearts of the Gunners fans when he scored the only goal of the match in 23rd minute.
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