5 things we learnt from match-day 6 These are five things we learnt from games played in the match-day 6 of the 2016/2017 Premier League season.

Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrate a goal against Leicester City (Reuters)

Manchester United’s Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrate a goal against Leicester City (Reuters)

 

Manchester United 4 Vs Leicester City 1: Top four the target for Mourinho

Jose Mourinho’s men bounced back from two Premier League defeats to thrash champions Leicester City 4-1 at Old Trafford. Mourinho succumbed to popular opinions to leave outWayne Rooney from the team and included Ander Herrerawhich gave Paul Pogba the needed freedom to dominate.

Mourinho is on his way to finding his strongest XI and when he does the results will be better. Talks of a title challenge are a bit far off with the present team, top four is the realistic target for Manchester United.

Liverpool 5 Vs Hull City 1: Klopp’s defence the only worry

Liverpool were impressive against Hull City but their defence is still a worry (REUTERS)

Liverpool were impressive against Hull City but their defence is still a worry (REUTER

 

Liverpool showed what they are capable of once again with their 5-1 demolition of Hull City. Jurgen Klopp‘s men have been impressive so this season especially in attack. They way the team attacks with pace and precision will trouble teams this season but the only worry is the defence. While the attack is world class, midfield also a little bit above average, their defence is still a huge doubt.

Swansea 1 Vs Manchester City 3: We are waiting for City’s bad patch

Manchester City have blown everyone on their part this season and talks of a quadruple have started. Pep Guardiola has come in and quickly arranged a settled squad that is playing the best football in the Premier League so far.

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