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EPL Table: Standings after Saturday’s Week 4 results, top scorers

Manchester United saw their perfect start to the season end, after they were held to a 2-2 draw at Stoke City on Saturday.
However, Romelu Lukaku moved clear at the top of the goalscoring charts.
The Belgium striker struck his fourth league goal of the season, his first shot initially parried by goalkeeper Jack Butland before he fired home the rebound.
However, two goals from Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, denied the Red Devils victory.
Manchester City moved level on points with United, after a 5-0 drubbing of 10-man Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium.

Premier League Results:
Manchester City 5-0 Liverpool
Arsenal 3-0 AFC Bournemouth
Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1 West Bromwich Albion

Everton 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City 1-2 Chelsea
Southampton 0-2 Watford
Stoke City 2-2 Manchester United
Premier League Standings (Goal Difference)
1. Manchester United – 10 (+10)
2. Manchester City – 10 (+8)
3. Chelsea – 9 (+3)
4. Watford – 8 (+4)
5. Tottenham – 7 (+4)
6. Huddersfield Town – 7 (+4)
7. Liverpool – 7 (0)
8. West Brom – 7 (0)
9. Arsenal – 6 (-1)
10. Stoke – 5 (0)
12. Southampton – 5 (-1)
12. Burnley – 4 (0)
13. Brighton – 4 (-2)
14. Swansea City – 4 (-2)
15. Everton – 4 (-4)
16. Newcastle United – 3 (0)
17. Leicester – 3 (-2)
18. Crystal Palace – 0 (-6)
19. Bournemouth – 0 (-7)
20. West Ham United – 0 (-8)
Top Scorers (Goals):
Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United (4)
Alvaro Morata, Chelsea (3)
Danny Welbeck, Arsenal (3)
Gabriel Jesus, Manchester City (3)

Sadio Mane, Liverpool (3)
Jamie Vardy, Leicester (3)


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