The battle of the focal point of the 7rd rings between MU and Arsenal closed with a 1-0 victory on "Gunners". This failure makes MU stomp to the 15th place with 7 points / 6 matches (less than 1 matches), more than a 6-point ranking group.

Flaming the Premier League rankings British: MU perspective overcast, Tottenham approached the top
Arsenal losses make MU stomping at the 15th place (source: Internet)

Arsenal defeat made MU stomping in place in the 15th place

Even the case of winning in the compensated stone match, Solskjaer's teachers cannot exceed the 10th position. If you continue to play disappointment, "Red Devils" can be brighton (16, 5 points) Fore right round.

Meanwhile, Arsenal rose to No. 9 (12 points / 7 matches). This is not too high but Teacher Mikel Arteta can smile because they narrowed the gap with Top 4 to 1 point.

The latest night of Sunday night, between Tottenham and Brighton ended with a 2-1 victory on "rooster". Thus, teachers Jose Mourinho officially won the second place (14 points / 7 matches), less Liverpool 2 points, and pushed Everton (13 points) to Grade 3 after a loss of Newcastle 1-2.

The name "Packing" Top 4 is Southampton (with 13 points like Everton but inefficient). This is a worthy reward for teachers Ralph Hasenhuttl thanks to the beat of Aston Villa 4-3.

Flaming the Premier League rankings British: MU perspective overcast, Tottenham approached the top
Tottenham climbed the second goal, but the distance with the 11th ranked team was only 3 points (Photo source: Internet)

Tottenham climbed the second place, but the distance with the 11th ranked team was only 3 points

Currently, the British Premier League is extremely unpredictable when the distance between Newcastle, the 11th team and Tottenham, the second team is only one win. Any legs or sublimation moments also make the rankings fluctuate only after a round.

Half on the British Premier League

Flaming the Premier League rankings British: MU perspective overcast, Tottenham approached the top
Half under the British Premier League (Photo source: Internet)

Half under the British Premier League