English Premier League

2017/18 Premier League : Round 6 – Gareth Barry set an appearance record in the league

 

Top Four
1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Chelsea
4. Tottenham Hotspur
Bottom Four
17. Leicester City
18. West Ham United
19. AFC Bournemouth
20. Crystal Palace

 

Goals Scored:: 29

Another round and the Manchester sides are still picking up victories to maintain their race at the top of the league table.

Alvaro Morata scored a hat-trick for Chelsea to convincingly beat Stoke City. The three goals put Morata in the topscorers group with Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku.

Crystal Palace has lost all six league matches of the season without scoring a goal and conceding 13. Manchester City destroyed Crystal Palace by dumping 5 goals into their net. It was a score that allowed Manchester City to take the top spot on goal difference.

Manchester City v Crystal Palace - Premier League : News Photo

Manchester City winning in style against Crytal Palace

Stoke City v Chelsea - Premier League : News Photo

Hat-trick hero Alvaro Morata (Chelsea) gets congratulated by his teammates.

Southampton v Manchester United - Premier League : News Photo

Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United) after scoring the only goal of the match against Southhampton.

Manchester United got the job done at Southampton when Romelu Lukaku scored the only goal of the match to keep the team level on points with their city rival. West Ham United fell into the relegation zone after a defeat at home to Tottenham Hotspurs. Newcastle had a chance to finish the round in the top four, but an away a defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion saw them end up in the middle of the league table. Alexandre Lacazette scored a goal in each half for Arsenal to win at home over West Bromwich Albion. Despite being on the losing team, Gareth Barry set a Premier League record for the most appearances in the league’s history (633 games). Philippe Coutinho scored a beautiful free kick to help Liverpool do enough to get a victory away against Leicester City.

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