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Premier League Week 2 Updates: League Table Rank; Goal Scorers And Assists Chart

The Premier League [PL] returned to action once again this week in seven fixtures, here are the latest updates on the league table, goal scorers and assists.

With a two-nil victory last week and 4-0 against Premier League returnee AFC Bournemouth this week, Manchester City are on the pile of the league table with 6 points and 6 goals margin - seconding the reigning champions are Arsenal with similar points and 4 goals margin following a hard-fought against Leicester City on 4-2 score-line at home.

Pulled a stunt against Manchester United denying them first Premier League victory on a 4-0 score-line, Brentford are placed in the 3rd position with 4 points and 4 goals margin, while Newcastle United finalised the top four with 4 points and 2 goals advantage after a goalless draw with Brighton.

With 4 points and a goal plus, Leeds United and Brighton & Hove Albion occupy the 5th and 6th places respectively. Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Aston Villa and Bournemouth finalising the upper part of the league table with 3 points each in the order of 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th places.

With 2 points, Fulham secures the 11th position as of today, Liverpool, Wolverhampton, Leicester City and Southampton with a point each in the 12th-15th positions.

Without recorded points - Everton, Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest, West Ham United and Manchester United settle from the 16th to 20th positions.

Goal Chart

Scored twice today, Leeds United Rodrigo leads the chart with 3 goals, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, Erling Haaland, Pascal GroB and Joshua Dasilva with two goals each and 26 other scorers with a goal each.

Assist Chart

Kevin De Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus, Jack Harrison, Ivan Toney, and Ollie Watkins - are equal with two assists each and 22 other assisters with one each.

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