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Manchester United Shares Spoils as De Bruyne Guns Down Arsenal

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An action-packed “Super Sunday” in the English Premier League left pundits as well as fans with something to say. With Manchester United back to winning ways, much was expected of them but as fate would have it Everton proved once again a hard nut to crack leaving the two sides sharing the spoils.

Meanwhile, at the Molineux Stadium, Jose Mourinho extended his league run by edging Wolverhampton by a late goal courtesy of Jan Vertonghen. As the evening had already kicked off in a topsy turvy mood, the last fixture of the day did not fail to deliver. Arsenal who were coming off a win against West Ham welcomed the Premier League champions Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium in a mouth-watering clash but an average display from Arsenal who had one shot on target and a stellar performance from Kevin De Bruyne carried the day.

The Belgian Midfielder had an interesting day in the office as he put two past Leno and assisted Raheem Sterling in doing the same earning the all-important 3 points for their side. This leaves Arsenal sitting ninth on the table and many wondering what happened to the once “invincibles” and if they will bounce back as attention shifts to the Carabao Cup this week.

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