Premier League: Too good and too bad

Premier League: Too good and too bad

Matchday six of the Premier League was wholesome as expected, it featured dramatic wins, VAR drama, Big teams dropped points, Winning streak ended and so much more. We take a look at players that did themselves a lot of good this weekend and those who failed to write their names in gold.

Ivan Toney (Too good) was in the mood in Brentford's rout over Leeds at the weekend. The Englishman scored an hattrick including an incredible freekick. This makes it five goals and two assists in just six games this season as he continues pushing for a place in England's team for the World Cup.

Jorginho (Too bad) fans have been critical of him in the wake of his poor form this season and was surprisingly dropped from the starting lineup for the first time this season. With Chelsea needing free legs as they pushed for a winner, Jorginho was thrown into the fray in less than 30 minutes, the Italian committed two key errors that could have meant Chelsea dropped points.

MacAllister (Too good) was on fire when Brighton faced Leicester City at the Ammex on Sunday. He scored three good goals but the pick of the bunch was ruled out by VAR. He orchestrated and ended the 5-2 smashing of Leicester City to condemn them to the bottom of the table as City still seek their first win of the campaign.

Ndidi (Too bad) Drafted in as a Centre back again, the Nigerian could not help Leicester City from conceding five goals against Brighton and was seemingly a culprit of one. His foul in the box lead to a penalty well taken by MacAllister to score the fourth goal of the afternoon for Brighton and took the game out of City's reach.

Rashford (Too good) was unstoppable at Old Trafford yesterday as Manchester United halted Arsenal's winning streak by 3 goals to 1. Rashford was involved in all goals as he made himself a nightmare to Arsenal's defence, at the end he was unstoppable and his goals proved the difference.

Nunez (Too bad) Liverpool's big money signing had another week to forget as he couldn't lift Liverpool yet again. Despite Firmino's masterclass a week ago, Returning Nunez was thrown into the lineup but failed to redeem himself and didn't last the game.

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