PL AT HALF: Spurs, Arsenal, Man Utd all lead
Alright, everybody exhale.
Whichever match you’re watching this Sunday afternoon, you need a chance to catch your breath and take a look around the league.
Liverpool 0-1 Spurs [ STREAM ]
Harry Kane scored 47 seconds into the match and Dele Alli couldn’t get on the end of a bid to make it 2-0 to the visitors, but it’s otherwise been all Liverpool.
Spurs goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga is gonna need an ice bath.
HALF TIME here at Anfield: Tottenham lead Liverpool 1-0. Harry Kane's goal after 47 seconds the difference. Gazzaniga has been superb. #THFC dangerous on the counter. #LFC fans seemed a little expectant before the game. Great atmosphere now though! Turn on @NBC for the 2nd half.— Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) October 27, 2019
Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace [ STREAM ]
Raise your hand if you had Sokratis Papastathopoulos and David Luiz scoring three minutes apart.
Put your hand down. Arsenal’s embattled center back pair both scored off of set pieces and Palace could’ve easily been down by as many as four inside of the first 20 minutes.
But they weren’t, and Wilfried Zaha won a penalty off Calum Chambers which allowed Luka Milivojevic to do what he usually does from the spot.
Norwich City 0-2 Manchester United [ STREAM ]
An eventful match saw Tim Krul very busy in the Norwich City goal. He made two great stops early including one which might be one of the best reaction saves imaginable, but Scott McTominay put United in front with a hard drive and Marcus Rashford finished a Daniel James cross to make it 2-0.
In between the goal was a lengthy VAR review that somehow changed a non-penalty call to a penalty. Krul saved the effort in karmic fashion. United won a second penalty and Krul saved that, too, this time from Martial.