Let’s recap some of the top games from this weekend;
🏴 Man United 2-0 Man City
The Manchester Derby did not disappoint as United lost at home to Pep Guardiola’s side in a dominant performance.
First-half goals from Eric Bailly, own goal, and Bernado Silva decided the clash at a fully-packed Old Trafford.
The result left United nine points off league leaders Chelsea, piling more pressure on coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
🏴 West Ham 3-2 Liverpool
West Ham are staking their claim as serious title contenders this season, and they showed exactly that with a 3-2 win at home to Liverpool.
It was the Reds’ first loss of the season, having gone 25 matches unbeaten in all competitions.
The win also lifted them above Liverpool and into third in the Premier League standings.
What a day! 😍 pic.twitter.com/QwsuxlDhrr
— West Ham United (@WestHam) November 7, 2021
🇪🇸 Celta Vigo 3-3 Barcelona
The Catalan club could not usher in a new era with a win, throwing a 3-0 lead to draw away.
Barcelona seemed to be comfortably on their way to a win on a weekend when Xavi was confirmed as their new manager, but a late goal deep in injury time broke their hearts.
🇮🇹 AC Milan 1-1 Inter Milan
Yes, the Milan derby took place and it ended all square. Hakan Çalhanoğlu gave the visitors the lead in the 11th minute, but Stefan de Vrij’s own goal six minutes later ensured the points were shared.
So after a thoroughly entertaining weekend, how does the leagues look like going into the break?
🏴 English Premier League
Chelsea are atop the standings with 26 points after 11 games, with Man City and West Ham in second and third respectively.
Real Sociedad have been the surprise leaders in recent weeks and will hold that spot going into the break after they beat Osasuna 2-0 on Sunday evening.
🇮🇹 Serie A
The Serie A is a battle between Napoli and AC Milan. The two sides are tied on 32 points each, with defending champions Inter third with 25 points.
🇫🇷 Ligue 1
PSG are determined to wrestle their crown from Lille and are top of their league with 34 points, 10 ahead of Lens.
Usual suspects FC Bayern are atop the league after 11 games, four points ahead of rivals Borussia Dortmund.