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Premier League: Manchester United beaten 3-1 by Brighton, Liverpool, Manchester City record comeback wins

On a gloomy Saturday at Old Trafford, Manchester United suffered their third Premier League loss of the season, succumbing to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of a formidable Brighton & Hove Albion.

The match began promisingly for United, but their hopes were dashed in the 20th minute when ex-United striker Danny Welbeck found the back of the net, capitalizing on a lapse in United’s defense.

United rallied and seemed to have equalized just before halftime through their high-profile recruit, Rasmus Hojlund, making his first full appearance. However, the goal was disallowed as the ball was deemed out of play when Marcus Rashford set up the pass to Hojlund.

Brighton seized this opportunity, with Pascal Gross and Joao Pedro scoring spectacular goals early in the second half, much to the dismay of the home crowd at Old Trafford.

United’s substitute Hannibal Mejbri managed to score a consolation goal with just 18 minutes remaining, but it was too little, too late. Brighton confidently saw out the rest of the match, securing a well-deserved victory. This win propelled Brighton to third place in the Premier League standings, boasting 12 points from five games.

Meanwhile, United’s disappointing start to the season continued, leaving them languishing in 12th place with a mere six points. This also ended Manchester United’s unbeaten run at home dating back to last season, when Brighton beat them on opening day.

Liverpool, Manchester City secure comeback wins

Manchester City demonstrated their resilience and fighting spirit as they came from behind to secure a 3-1 victory over West Ham United. This win propelled them back to the pinnacle of the Premier League table, overtaking Liverpool, who had momentarily claimed the top spot following their 3-1 triumph over Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The first half of the game saw West Ham United take an unexpected lead in the 36th minute.

Vladimir Coufal masterfully lofted a cross to the far post, where James Ward-Prowse executed a spectacular diving header, leaving Manchester City trailing behind. However, the second half witnessed a remarkable turnaround.

Barely a minute into the half, Jeremy Doku retaliated with a stunning goal. He charged at Coufal before unleashing a powerful shot that found the back of the net, equalising the scoreline. As the game progressed, Manchester City continued to display their dominance.

In the 76th minute, Bernardo Silva found the net, tipping the scales in City’s favour. The final nail in the coffin for West Ham came in the 86th minute when Erling Haaland scored, cementing City’s lead.

This exhilarating comeback victory not only showcased Manchester City’s tenacity but also catapulted them back to the top of the Premier League standings. They now sit comfortably with 15 points, two points clear of their closest rivals, Liverpool.

Liverpool started the Premier League weekend’s round of fixtures with an impressive comeback to defeat Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 in an away match.

The initial half of the game at Molineux was dominated by the hosts, Wolverhampton Wanderers. They took an early lead in the seventh minute when Hwang Hee-chan netted a goal following a spectacular run by Pedro Neto.

Despite several opportunities that followed, Wolves failed to extend their lead. However, the second half witnessed a reinvigorated Liverpool side. In the 55th minute, Mohamed Salah assisted Cody Gakpo, who managed to equalize for the Reds.


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