Boxing Day Edition Of The Premier League: What Do We Learn From It?

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After an thrilling international break for the FIFA World Cup in this last one month, the Premier League has come back with some explosive matches on the Boxing Day.

Arsenal has been the league leaders in the first half of the season after a long time, and they have returned to the pitch with the same intensity. Arsenal is currently enjoying a seven point lead over Manchester City, the defending champions of the Premier League. On the other hand, Liverpool, the runners-up of the last season, wasn’t in their best of forms at the initial stages of this season. However, they started the second half of the season better.

Apart from the top teams, Newcastle United has also made it very clear that they are not going to slip from their spot in the top four teams that easily this season.

Here Is Everything We Have Seen In This Premier League Return On The Boxing Day:

Despite Gabriel Jesus being injured for the next few months, Mikel Arteta might not have to worry a lot about his attack as Saka, Odegard and Martinelli might be enough to pull Arsenal attack this season. Even though Jesus has not been their top scorer since his arrival in Arteta’s gunners side, he has been important in the first team being the adhesive that keep Arsenal’s rhythmic attack together. In his absence, Arteta was looking for a striker in the summer window. However, their current attack with Nketiah playing at center forward is also looking very good.

Tottenham almost lost their first game after the break to Brentford in the first half. Harry Kane brought the team back into the competition scoring the equalizer ending the match in 2-2.