Premier League 2016- Week 6

Saturday, 24th September.

Manchester United 4   Ξ   1 Leicester City

Captain Chris Smalling scores for the day from Daney Blind’s corner. Juan Mata made it look easy scoring the second goal for United. Rashford made it three for United again from a corner. A stunning header from Paul Pogba added another goal and his debut goal for United. Demarai Gray debut goal for Leicester City but that was all.

Liverpool 5   Ξ   1 Hull City  

Adam Lallana opened the scoresheet for Liverpool from  sweet Coutinho pass. James Milner made it two nil for Liverpool from the red card shown to Hull City man. Sadio Mane scores third after his hard work. Meyler made it one for Hull City. Philippe Coutinho scored the forth stunned far away from the penalty spot. Again James Milner scoring the second penalty making it five for Liverpool.

Bournemouth 1   Ξ   0 Everton

Junior Stanislas stunning goal shocks Everton as they experience second defeat. Bournemouth clinched three points at home maintaining the score 1-0.

Swansea City 1   Ξ   3 Manchester City

Sergio Aguero returning from his injury, scoring goals is what he does. He scored the opener for Manchester City. Swansea came right back in the game from the equaliser by Llorente. Aguero back in business scores again for Manchester City. Manchester City maintain their winning streak. Raheem Sterling adding a lat goal to his account making it 3-1

Stoke City 1   Ξ   1 West Brom

Sunderland 2    Ξ   3 Crystal Palace

Middlesborough 1   Ξ    2 Tottenham

Arsenal 3   Ξ   0 Chelsea

Once again Gary Cahill caught in the bizarre when he lost possession and Alexis Sanches making the best of it. Teamwork pays off, as it is said. Great exchange of passes with Theo Walcott finishing game-play. It was another goal with a great play from the duo Alexis and Ozil. Ozil making it 3-0 for Arsenal.

Sunday, 25th September.

West Ham 0   Ξ   3 Southampton

Charlie Austin made it 1-0 for Southampton. Tadic scored the second goal for Southampton who is consistent with his goal scoring. Ward-Prowse made it 3 for Southampton giving them straight 3 points.