Premier League Review: Gameweek 7

Tottenham 4-1 Man  City

This weeks early kick off was held at White Hart Lane where Tottenham embarrassed Manchester City. Spurs went 1-0 down thanks to a Kevin De Bruyne goal just before Eric Dier fired home from 25 yards out, Toby Alderweield nodded home from close range following an Erik Lamela free kick, Harry Kane ended his goal drought when he followed up after Eriken’s free kick hit the woodwork before Erik Lamela rounded the keeper to slot home and finish off the game.

Man of the match: Erik Lamela

Leicester 2-5 Arsenal

Arsenal superstar Alexis Sanchez netted a hat trick at Leicester on Saturday. Jamie Vardy put the foxes 1-0 through a tight angled strike, Theo Walcott equalised for the gunners when they caught Leicester on the break, Alexis Sanchez then took the game by the scruff of the neck and scored a hat trick, the pick of the bunch had to be his third from long range. Vardy got one back for Leicester only for it to be cancelled out by Olivier Giroud’s late goal.

Man of the match: Alexis Sanchez

Liverpool 3-2 Aston Villa

Daniel Sturridge scored his first two goals for Liverpool since his long term injury. The Merseyside team got off to a great start when James Milner opened the scoring against his old club, Daniel Sturridge then doubled the reds lead with a great volley following a one – two with James Milner, only for Rudy Gestede to get one back for Villa. Daniel Sturridge restored the reds two goal lead following Coutinho’s pass, Villa got another one back following an absolute peach of a cross from Jordan Amavi which Rudy Gestede finished with a very powerful header.

Man of the match: Daniel Sturridge

Manchester United 3-0 Sunderland

Manchester United climbed to the top of the league after they swept aside bottom of the league Sunderland. Memphis Depay opened the scoring with his fourth goal in all competitions this season following Juan Mata’s cut back, United doubled their led 40 seconds after the break as Wayne Rooney bundled home to end an 11 game goal drought in the Premier League. Juan Mata then finished the game off after converting Ashley Young’s cross.

Man of the match: Anthony Martial

Southampton 3-1 Swansea

Virgil Van Dijk scored his first goal in Southampton colours to put them one – nil up as Southampton swept aside Swansea. Dusan Tadic put Southampton 2-0 up when his attempted cross went in off Ki Sung-Yueng before Sadio Mane slotted home inside the box to make it 3, Swansea pulled one back through a Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty but it wasn’t enough to spark a comeback.

Man of the match: Graziano Pelle

Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth

Mame Biram Diouf’s late header sealed Stoke’s first win of the season on a fairly disappointing day for Bournemouth. Jonathan Walter’s gave Stoke the lead following a Marko Arnautovic cross before Dan Gosling equalised for Bournemouth in the second half only for Biram Diouf to stoop home Glen Johnson’s cross late on to seal victory for the home side. Bournemouth spent most of the match without star man Callum Wilson thanks to a nasty knee injury that will keep him out for at least 6 months.

Man of the match: Marko Arnautovic

West Ham 2-2 Norwich

Cheikou Kouyate struck late on to earn West Ham a point at Upton Park. Nathan Redmond looked to have won it for the Canaries with a ferocious low strike before Kouyate levelled. Norwich went 1-0 up through a calm finish from Robbie Brady following a Mark Noble mistake, Diafra Sahko equalised when he slid home Dimitri Payet’s cutback. But when will West Ham’s home form improve?

Man of the match: Robbie Brady

Newcastle 2-2 Chelsea

Chelsea scored twice in the last 11 minutes to earn a point and deny Newcastle a valuable win. Ayoze Perez put Newcastle one up following a lapse of concentration from Kurt Zouma, summer signing Georginio Wijnaldum doubled the magpies lead with a stooping header only for Ramires to half their lead with a stunning 25 yard strike, Willian then saw his free kick end up in the back of the net.

Man of the match: Ramires

Watford 1-0 Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace moved up to sixth in the table after Yohan Cabaye’s penalty gave them all 3 points. Wilfried Zaha was the difference between a draw and a win for Crystal Palace on Sunday after he came off the bench and got tripped for the penalty. Palace thoroughly deserved victory despite only scoring one gal they attacked all game and saw Dwight Gayle’s shot hit the post

Man of the match: Wilfried Zaha

West Brom 2-3 Everton

Romelu Lukaku netted twice as he sparked a fantastic comeback from Everton. The baggies went 1-0 up when Saido Berahino finished well before Craig Dawson dubled their lead, A minute later Lukaku nodded home Gerard Delofeu’s cross, who then set up Arouna Kona to level. Romelu Lukaku then scored the winner with a close range strike from a fantastic Delofeu ball.

Man of the match: Romelu Lukaku



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