Then there are two.
At Wembley on Saturday, the listless Chelsea team lost to Tottenham and now there are only two "invincible" teams left in the Premier League.
Surprisingly, there are two more cars by December, but we are here.
Manchester City and Liverpool are only two points off the table and should be fighting throughout the spring.
But who will be the first to finally give up the game?
Will we see both sides remain undefeated for a long time?
So far this season, Manchester City has fallen less than 1% in their playing time, and before they equalised, they played with Wolves for a short time.
Liverpool are less than 5% behind Chelsea.
However, with the rapid and fierce competition during Christmas, it is possible for both the Red Army and the sky blue army to lose a game.
Each side has seven EPL games and a Champions League game.
Manchester City also has an EFL Cup to finish.
Liverpool have struggled against Manchester United and Arsenal in December, but Manchester City is the toughest game.
But the biggest match between the two unbeaten and immortal games is their first game of the new year: Manchester City.
Liverpool are ringing in the January 3-New Year.
Two teams to 0-
The month is back in October, but we hope the result is different.
While it will be amazing to see two teams unbeaten this season.
Technically, we should give this award to Le Roy of the city. goal, one-
Assist in the performance against West Ham, but this week we will use our execution to change the situation.
After scoring twice against Wolves in Huddersfield's second win of the season, Aaron Moy was our winner.
Two shots, including a free kick at the middle and lower feet
The right corner is Australia's first two games of the season and the seventh and eighth games of the season.
It also pulled Huddersfield into the 15 th from the bottom of the table.
While Moy doesn't have a lot of data, he's one of Huddersfield's most influential players, and if he wants to stay for another season, he needs to do more performances like this.
In the league, Trent Alexander played an awesome free kick --Arnold.
With him and Kieran tripe, England is in a good position at right back for the foreseeable future . . . . . .
Draw Crystal Palace is not what Mourinho wants his Manchester United to start in the new year.
The Reds have won only four victories in the last 12 games and are the only negative team in the first half of the Premier League --
Maroon Fellaini cut off his Africans.
It's really a sad day for football . . . . . . Fulham won Claudio Ranieri's debut, but the former Leicester City manager certainly hasn't let Southampton score two goals yet.
Also, the bad news is that due to their horrible GD . . . . . . James Madison is still young and cotton is still at the bottom of the table, so we will attribute this to not knowing better.
But you have to be smart enough not to dive when you are already in yellow so early in the game. . . Jefferson Lema played a game as badly as possible.
First of all, he captured a world.
Then he picked up the fifth yellow card of the season and won one for him.
Cumulative suspension . . . . . . Newcastle won, but Matt Ritchie had a candidate for miss of the year who somehow hit the team --
When he had a yawn cage to shoot in, he started to hit the net . . . . . . The Gunners may be in fifth place, but they haven't been ahead in half a season this season . . . . . . We will have more information later on about the potential formation of the European Super League, but that does not mean that there is no clear gap between the "six big" in the Premier League and other leagues.
In 54 games, the "six big" clubs suffered only one loss against Watford in the rest of the Premier League.
In the last sentence, what happened to the unbeaten Chelsea?
The Spurs seem to have worked with the Blues in the London derby.
This is the first time Tottenham have let Delhi Allie, Christian Eriksson and his Son Heung-
It's like a charm this season.
The trio scored two goals and three assists in the win and should see a lot of time working together.
But Chelsea don't seem to be in it.
David Louis did not have a great season and looked like a fool in his son's amazing run.
He also did not block Harry Kane's shot from a distance, leaving goalkeeper Kepa stranded and not having a chance to save him.
Maurizio Sarri doesn't like to change his starting lineup, and it looks like Luis's ability to control the ball far outweighs his lack of defense.
It's always worrying that Eden Hazard doesn't offer much.
He showed his frustration because his stupid foul got a yellow card and passed a Reds defender on a ball he didn't really win.
While we are sure the team can rebound, the last thing Chelsea need is to lose to one of their biggest rivals.
To make matters worse, the Blues were overtaken by the Spurs, ranked fourth in the first game, with no 7 points behind Manchester City and only 1 point ahead of Arsenal in the fifth game.