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Matchweek three of the top five leagues in Europe saw some thrilling and exciting action as Barcelona looked like their own, scoring five against a decent side in Real Betis, while Tottenham came from a goal down against Brentford to win the game right at the death. There were a lot of comebacks in the Premier League this weekend as Liverpool, Tottenham, and Manchester City all came back from a goal down to eventually win the game.

After the weekend matches, Manchester City sit at the top of the Premier League standings with 15 points, and Bayer Leverkusen are in the top spot in Germany after four games. Here is a summary of the results of all the important games in Europe over this weekend:

Premier League:

premier leagueWolves 1:3 Liverpool:

Jurgen Klopp’s men showed their mental strength as they came back from a goal down to eventually comfortably get the win against Wolves. 

Tottenham 2:1 Sheffield United 

This was Richarlision’s best game in a Spurs shirt, as he scored the equalizer in the 98th minute and assisted the winner in the 100th as Tottenham came back from a goal down in the final moments of the game. 

West Ham 1:3 Manchester City

A James Ward Prowse goal gave the Hammers the lead, but the champions came back in style with goals from Jérémy Doku, Bernardo Silva, and Erliing Halaand.

Manchester United 1:3 Brighton

Coming into this game, it was almost expected that De Zerbi’s men would blow past Manchester United, which is rare since they have had an impeccable home record, but such was their form. The expectations matched the reality, as Danny Welbeck, Pascal Groß, and João Pedro were on the scoresheet for the visitors, taking the three points home. 

Newcastle 1:0 Sheffield United

A Callum Wilson penalty gave Newcastle the win, and they will now prepare for their first Champions League game in their history.

Bournemouth 0:0 Chelsea

It was another disappointing day for Mauricio Pochettino as Chelsea labored against a solid Bournemouth defense. All the Chelsea forwards have been misfiring and have scored only five goals this season, three of which have come against newly promoted Luton Town.

Everton 0: 1 Arsenal

Arsenal had lost on their previous three trips to Goodison Park, twice to horribly out-of-form Everton teams but things turned around this season as a beautiful finish from Leandro Trossard gave the Gunners the three points.