Club standings and top scorers after the sixth round of the English Premier League

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The curtain came down on the sixth round of the English Premier League football “Premier League” on Monday evening, with Crystal Palace’s team tied with its guest Brighton with a goal each.

Brighton raised its score after this tie to 13 points, and it occupies sixth place in the league standings, while Crystal Palace occupies fifteenth place in the standings with 6 points.

Liverpool led the league with 14 points, one point ahead of Manchester City and Chelsea, who are second and third, respectively.

The following is the English Premier League standings after the end of the sixth round matches:

1- Liverpool, 14 points

2- Manchester City, 13 points

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3- Chelsea, 13 points

4- Manchester United, 13 points

5- Everton, 13 points

6- Brighton, 13 points

7- West Ham United, 13 points

8- Aston Villa, 10 points

9- Brentford, 9 points

10- Arsenal, 9 points

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11- Tottenham Hotspur, 9 points

12- Watford, 7 points

13- Leicester City, 7 points

14- Wolverhampton, 6 points

15 – Crystal Palace, 6 points

16- Southampton, 4 points

17- Newcastle United, 3 points

18- Leeds United, 3 points

19- Burnley, 2 points

20 – Norwich City, without points.

Club standings and top scorers after the sixth round of the English Premier League

The following is the ranking of the top scorers in the English Premier League, after the end of the sixth round matches:

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Liverpool giants:

1- Michel Antonio (West Ham United) – 5 goals

– Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 5 goals

England’s Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – 5 goals

4- Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 4 goals

France’s Niall Maupay (Brighton) – 4 goals

Senegalese Ismaila Sarr (Watford) – 4 goals

7- Algerian Said Benrahma (West Ham United) – 3 goals

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England’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – 3 goals

Brazilian Ravenha (Leeds United) – 3 goals

– Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) – 3 goals

England’s Demarai Gray (Everton) – 3 goals

Mason Greenwood (Manchester United) – 3 goals

Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) – 3 goals

Senegalese Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – 3 goals

South Korea’s Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – 3 goals

Portugal’s Diogo Jota (Liverpool) – 3 goals.

Club standings and top scorers after the sixth round of the English Premier League

Source: RT





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