In a League globally referred to as the most competitive football league in the world, surprisingly three teams are still unbeatable after 11 rounds of matches.
The teams are the impressive Manchester City, a resurgent Chelsea under new Manager, and the most unluckiest club in recent years, Liverpool.
For Manchester city, they have been able to continue their impressive form of last season that saw them winning the league with four matches to spare. With array of attacking talents to choose from, the best tactical Coach in the world in Pep Guardiola, and a very deep bank account to dip into, Manchester city are by miles the best team in England for now and their current unbeaten run is not by luck it all down to different factors working for them.
So far, they have won 9 matches, shared spoils in two and scoring league high 33 goals and conceding just 4.
Towards the ending of last football season, it became obvious that the departure of Antonio Conte from The Blues was inevitable. During the summer, Napoli head coach, Maurizio Sarri was appointed by Chelsea to sort out the mess they found themselves in the previous season that saw them finishing Fifth and a staggering 30 points between them and the Champions Manchester city.
The Italian Coach did just that, brought in Jorginho from his previous club Napoli, and also securing a loan deal for Kovacic from Real Madrid and the Croat has been a revelation so far.
After 11 rounds of matches, the club from South Coast of London have been able to record 8 victories and drawn the remaining 3 scoring 27 goals in the process and conceding just 8. Time will tell if they can maintain this run, but so far, they are defying odds.
The club from the Red side of the Merseyside and last season UEFA Champions League Finalists, Liverpool have been a revelation this year and they are doing everything possible to maintain their unbeaten run in the new season.
Out of 11 Matches, Jurgen Klopp’s team have been able to record 8 wins, 3 draws, scoring 21 goals and conceding 5.
Although the 2018/2019 is still very young and 27 more rounds of matches to play, but these three clubs have set the pace for other clubs to chase. Time will tell if they can all maintain their impressive run.