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It was an uncharacteristic start to the season for Defending Champions, Liverpool, at Anfield, as they had to wait till...

EPL Week 01 Roundup: Salah bags hat-trick as Reds outlast Leeds in seven-goal thriller, Arsenal thrash Fulham, Palace and Newcastle off to flying starts

The 2020/21 English Premier League season got underway this afternoon after just a seven-week break following the conclusion of the 2019/20 campaign that was disrupted by coronavirus pandemic with Arsenal showcasing their offensive power in a 3-0 thrashing of newly promoted side Fulham in the first game of the season and Crystal Palace edging Southampton by a goal at home in the second game of the day.

"The time has now come to move on. I am certainly going to miss my team-mates. I will miss all the staff at the club who've always treated me like a son and I will miss the fans.

Willian confirms Chelsea exit as he nears Arsenal move

Willian has confirmed he is leaving Chelsea, with Arsenal close to completing his signing on a three-year deal.

Jamie Vardy, who won the Golden Boot with 23 goals, hit the woodwork for the hosts at 0-0 but ultimately their season fizzled out after taking just two points from the last 21 available.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and his team-mates lifted the trophy on a custom-built stage on the Kop but with no fans in attendance.

The extended 2019/20 English Premier League season concluded today with Champions Liverpool finishing with the second-highest points total in top-flight history (99) after surviving an early scare in a come from behind win over Newcastle on the final day of the season.

They have not been without silverware in the past 30 years, winning three FA Cups, four League Cups, a Uefa Cup, the Champions League twice - the latest coming last season under Klopp - as well as three Super Cups and one Club World Cup.

Thousands of Liverpool fans gathered at Anfield to celebrate their side's first title in 30 years

Liverpool's 30-year wait for a top-flight title is over after Manchester City lost 2-1 at Chelsea to confirm the Reds as Premier League champions.

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