Leagues & CupsEPLThree teams that impressed in the Premier League at the weekend
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Three teams that impressed in the Premier League at the weekend

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The Premier League witnessed an interesting round of games in the English top-flight as hostility ensued in the season fiesta.

The big sides were in action in Europe while there was a shocking result from Manchester United’s point of view.

It promises to be an intriguing one ahead of next weekend games in view of Christmas eve while we acknowledge some EPL sides that impressed at the weekend in EPL.

Here Isagoal.com reveals the three teams that impressed at the weekend as far as the Premier League is concerned.

Arsenal

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The Gunners was in top form as they returned to winning ways against the Saints last weekend. It was a win-win situation for Arsenal and Mikel Arteta whose side kept a clean sheet in a long run.

Beating Southampton was not the major thing, but the scoreline and the manner of the execution involved in the triumph for Arsenal.

It’s an encouraging win for the North London club as they found the net thrice against a trickery EPL side.

And they will need a performance of this nature to keep up in the season in view of making the top four in earnest.

Leicester City

EPL: Leicester thrash Newcastle 4-0 as Burnley hold West Ham - Punch  Newspapers

The Foxes would be pleased with the form of the quartet of Wilfred Ndidi, Patson Daka, James Maddison and Belgium’s Youri Tielemans.

The teams responded to managerial instruction they had prior to the game with four goals of their own thus igniting the heart of Leicester fans with amazing memories on the pitch.

The manager Brendan Rodgers would be pleased with his side’s performance though Chelsea defeated them 0-3 at the King Power Stadium last time out.

Crystal Palace

Premier League LIVE: Leicester v Newcastle, Crystal Palace v Everton &  Burnley v West Ham score & commentary - Live - BBC Sport

The Eagles were fortunate on this note to triumph 3-1 at home after Rafael Benitez’s man visited at the weekend.

Goals from Conor Callagher set the tone for an impressive home win for Crystal Palace as they clipped Everton’s wings on Sunday.

Manager Patrick Viera would be pleased with his side’s fortune after some run of poor form in the EPL.

While Rafael Benitez must brace up at Everton otherwise he would become the next Coach to be kicked out of the job in the EPL.

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