The 2018-19 Premier League season has been going outstanding for the half a dozen teams in the big six. Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool made their initial English League campaign out of this world after beating the 2015-16 Premier League Champions Leicester City 2-1 at the King Power Stadium. The stable victory over the Foxes assisted the Reds to top the league table with 12 points after four matches. Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino gave the Merseyside a two-goal cotton in the first 45 minutes. Leicester's Rachid Ghezzal tried to rotten the cotton of Liverpool after scoring a goal in the 63rd minute of the encounter. However, failed to capitalise the lead afterwards. Just like Liverpool, Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea also registered their fourth victory of the Premier League campaign. Super-sub Pedro broke the deadlock for Chelsea in the 72nd minute. Pedro's teammate Eden Hazard then made the lead double-bobble for the Blues at Stamford Bridge in order to seal another Premier League victory. While in the last league match on Saturday - the Champions Manchester City killed the fences against Newcastle United 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium. The World Cup flop Raheem Sterling opened the scoresheet for the Sky Blues against the Magpies. Rafael Benitez's man DeAndre Yedlin levelled the match in the first half. The smell of another draw was knocking the doors of the Defending Champion. However, Kyle Walker’s bullet sealed the match for the three-time Premier League Champions.