- Premier League standings after week 8 has seen some major changes as Liverpool missed out on a chance to regain their top spot following a 1-1 draw with Man City
- Leicester are therefore topping the charts thanks to their slim win over Wolves at home
- Tottenham and Southampton complete the top four slots after their respective wins
- West Bromwich, Burnley and Sheffield United are all battling relegation after a disappointing start to the season
Premier League match week eight saw Liverpool miss out on a chance to regain their top spot following their cagey 1-1 draw against Man City on Sunday, November 8, at Etihad Stadium.
Mohamed Salah scored the opener for the Reds before Gabriel Jesus equalised for the Citizens.
Kevin de Bruyne went on to falter from the spot minutes to deny City what could have been potentially the winner.
The result left the reigning champions sitting third with 17 points on level with Tottenham Hotspur who sit second following their win over West Bromwich.
Leicester top the charts with 18 points thanks to their slim win over Wolves at the King Power Stadium.
Southampton complete the top four slots with 16 points after momentarily going top on Friday, November 6, after their 2-0 win over Newcastle United.
Chelsea's 4-1 win over Sheffield United saw them climb to fifth on the table with 15 points, but superior on goal difference to Aston Villa and Everton.
Man United remain rocked in the bottom half at 14th despite their huge 3-1 win over the Toffees at Goodison Park.
Man City are placed 10th after their hard-fought draw with Liverpool, above Arsenal who were humbled 3-0 by Villa at the Emirates on Sunday night, November 8.
West Bromwich, Burnley and Sheffield United are all battling relegation, with Fulham above the safe zone by just a point despite their 1-0 defeat to West Ham United at the London Stadium.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Jose Mourinho has stated that his Tottenham squad that is struggling to win matches in the English Premier League is capable of winning titles in many other European countries.
Spurs found themselves at the top of the Premier League standings on Sunday afternoon, October 8, after Harry Kane’s 88th-minute header sunk hard-fighting West Brom side at the Hawthorns.
The victory gave Spurs all three points and they temporarily leapfrogged Leicester City and Liverpool to the top of the standings.
Jose Mourinho who expressed delight after the game says he is taking it one step at a time, but stated that his side is good to win the league in other places.
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