The matches in England (Premier League), Spain (La Liga), Italy (Serie A), Germany (Bundesliga) and France (Ligue 1), which are considered the 5 major football leagues of Europe, continued over the weekend.
Tottenham in England, Real Madrid in Spain, Inter in Italy, Bayer Leverkusen in Germany and Nice in France topped the points table.
Manchester City defeated Manchester United 3-0 with the goals of Erling Haaland in the 26th and 49th minutes and Philip Foden in the 80th minute in the derby in the prominent struggle of the week in the English Premier League, which witnessed great excitement in the race for the top.
Tottenham, who made a good start to the season, continued its leadership by defeating Crystal Palace 2-1 away. Tottenham took a 1-0 lead with Joel Ward's own goal in the 53rd minute and doubled the lead in the 66th minute when Heung-Min Son hit the net. Crystal Palace's only goal was scored by Jordan Ayew in the 90+4th minute.
Arsenal defeated Sheffield United 5-0 in a match in which Eddie Nketiah scored a hat trick with goals in the 28th, 50th and 58th minutes. The other goals of the team came from Fabio Vieira (penalty) in the 88th minute and Takehiro Tomiyasu in the 90+6th minute.
Liverpool, which continues to make top calculations, defeated Nottingham Forest 3-0 with Diogo Jota in the 31st minute, Darwin Nunez in the 35th minute, and Mohamed Salah in the 77th minute.
At the end of the 10th week of the league, Tottenham is the leader with 26 points, Arsenal is second, Manchester City is third and Liverpool is fourth with 23 points.
Source: Anadolu Agency