Arsenal went five points clear atop the English Premier League on Saturday after a 2-0 win at Wolverhampton-Zamkuwire - Zamkuwire.com

Arsenal went five points clear atop the English Premier League on Saturday after a 2-0 win at Wolverhampton-Zamkuwire

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Arsenal 5 points clear at top of Premier League after Wolves win

Arsenal went five points clear atop the English Premier League on Saturday after a 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard scored twice in the second half to bring a win for the Gunners.

Arsenal increased their points to 37 in 14 matches.

Manchester City are in the second spot with 32 points as the title contenders were beaten by Brentford at home.

Man City lost 2-1 as Ivan Toney scored twice for Brentford, including a stoppage time winner to shock Manchester City at Etihad Stadium.

Mid-table Brentford have 19 points.

After defeating the Wolves in an away match, English leaders Arsenal are now in high spirits before the 2022 FIFA World Cup that will start Nov. 20.

Following Sunday’s matches, the Premier League season will pause for Qatar 2022.

Newcastle United moved closer to Manchester City after they beat Chelsea 1-0 at St. James’ Park in Newcastle.

Joe Willock, a Newcastle midfielder, scored the winning goal in the 67th minute.

Third in Premier League, Newcastle have 30 points.

– Leicester City star Maddison limps off but fine now

On Saturday, Leicester City and England fans might be worried about James Maddison as the English forward was injured during a match against West Ham United.

Maddison was replaced by Dennis Praet.

But Maddison said there is nothing to worry about.

“Another win & another goal. Perfect way to finish before the break Injury isn’t too bad! A small problem that was causing a bit of soreness. Can’t wait to meet up with the lads Monday,” Maddison, 25, said on Twitter.

Leicester City won 2-0 in London as Maddison scored the opening goal against West Ham United.

One of the integral parts of the Foxes, Maddison was named Thursday to England’s World Cup squad.

He have scored seven goals in 13 Premier League appearances this season.

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