Premier League 2016: This Week so far
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Chelsea 1 Ξ Liverpool 2
The Friday night fixture, thanks to some of shocking Chelsea defending, Dejan Lovren left unmarked gave Liverpool a one goal lead at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool dominated the entire game and Conte’s side suffered a second goal from visitors skipper Jorden Henderson. Thibout Courtois with no chance, Henderson’s first goal since January. Chelsea managed to score a consolation goal with Emanuel Matic setting up Diego Costa who scored his 7th goal this season. Antonio Conte’s side suffered the first defeat this season.
Hull City 1 Ξ Arsenal 4
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Arsenal beat the Hull side who were down to ten men, but it was 11 a side when the gunners took the lead. A shot deflected from Alex Iwobi, handled by Jake Livermore later sent off. Santi Cazorla is the man responsible for taking the penalties. But Sanches taking the opportunity, his effort did not succeed, saved by Eldin Jakupovic. Iwobi set up Theo Walcott for Arsenal second goal, brilliantly finished. Hull city back into the game resulting of the penalty, Mbokani fouled by Peter Cech. Snodgrass managed to score the penalty. The third goal made Arsenal comfortable again, Walcott denied by the goalkeeper but Sanches on hand to score. Granit Xhaka scoring a superb debut goal for Arsenal side in the end.
West Brom 4 Ξ West Ham 2
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Tony Pulis,s side, gifted with an early penalty, with a needless handball from Arthur Masuaku. Yassir chadli making his home debut scoring from the penalty spot. West Brom side got the second goal thanks to some poor defending, Solomon Rondon took the advantage and managed to score. His second goal of the season. Brom dominated the first half with a three goal lead, with Chadli’s shot deflected from a range by James McClean scoring third. West Brom side scored 4 goals for the first time with Rondon’s rapid break and Chadli to score his second. The West Ham side managed to score a goal provided bu Antonio. In the 65th minute West Ham side made it 2 with Payet fouled in the penalty box. Lanzini converted the penalty very well.
Manchester City 4 Ξ Bournemouth 0
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Kevin de Bruyne taking the low road for the ball managed to score a free-kick goal giving City the lead. City’s counter attacking too good for Bournemouth, Raheem Sterling’s final pass to Iheanacho made it 2 for City. The third goal coming from the assist now by Iheanacho with Sterling scoring this time. Gundogan’s debut after a long time came with a goal which further added to the score-sheet.
Leicester City 3 Ξ Burnley FC 0
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After a stunning Champions League debut Leicester produced a stunning Premier League performance so far this season. Record signing Islam Slimani recorded a 2 goal debut for his club Leicester City. The third goal again set up by Riyad Mahrez with his pass was deflected by Burnley’s Lee to score an own goal.
Everton 3 Ξ Middlesbrough 1
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A controversial goal from Negredo giving Middlesbrough side the lead. Everton soon equalized with Gareth Barry celebrating his 600th club appearance with a goal. Everton scored two more goals before the half time, one by Sheamus Coleman and Romelu Lukaku. Four wins from 5 is the Evertons best start this season so far.