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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Liverpool 5 0 0 15
2 Man City 3 1 1 10
3 Tottenham 2 2 1 8
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No Liverpool 'panic' after loss to Napoli - Van Dijk

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol explains why Andrew Robertson was guilty of a foul for his challenge on Napoli's Jose Callejon.

Virgil van Dijk insists there will be no hangover from Liverpool's Champions League defeat to Napoli as there is no reason for panic following their first loss of the season.

The champions of Europe were on the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline at Stadio San Paolo in Group E on Tuesday night, courtesy of a controversial penalty converted by Dries Mertens and a Fernando Llorente strike in added time.

The spot-kick, awarded on 82 minutes when referee Felix Brych felt Andy Robertson had impeded Jose...

Abraham: We'll take our anger out on Liverpool

The FC crew debate what exactly Ross Barkley's Chelsea teammates were telling him before his missed penalty against Valencia in the Champions League.
ESPN's Alexis Nunes and Julien Laurens discuss the positive impacts Chelsea's transfer ban has had on the club.
Tammy Abraham scored three times, as Chelsea put up five to down Wolverhampton 5-2 on the road at Molineux.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno joins Ross Dyer to react to Chelsea's thumping 5-2 win at Wolves which included a hat trick from Tammy Abraham.

Tammy Abraham has warned Liverpool that Chelsea want to take out their anger from the Champions League defeat against Valencia against the Premier League leaders.

Liverpool, five points clear at the top after a perfect start to the season, travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday to take on a Chelsea team intent on making up for their loss against Valencia.

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Haaland hat trick as Marsch's Salzburg rout Genk

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Teenage striker Erling Braut Haaland introduced himself to the Champions League with a hat trick Tuesday as Salzburg hammered Genk 6-2.

The 19-year-old Norwegian gave Salzburg the lead in the second minute and added two more on counterattacks in the 34th and 45th. Haaland is the third-youngest player to score a Champions League hat trick after Raul in 1995 and Wayne Rooney in 2004.

The son of former Leeds and Manchester City player Alf-Inge Haaland, he attracted attention in May when he scored nine...

Liverpool won't dwell on surprising defeat at Napoli. After all, there's plenty of time to put it right

NAPLES, Italy -- Liverpool may consider losing 2-0 late on to Napoli in the Champions League at Stadio San Paolo as a good omen. After all, despite delivering their most deficient performance of last season in a 1-0 defeat here nearly a year ago, Jürgen Klopp's side went on to become Europe's best.

As was the case in 2018-19, Tuesday's trip to southern Italy represented the club's first away test on the continent. And while the arena and the opponents were the same, the manner of Liverpool's...