English Premier League

2018/19 English Premier League – Round 16 – The new leaders are the only unbeaten side in the league.

December 8, 2018
AFC Bournemouth 0–4 Liverpool
Liverpool – Mohamed Salha 25’ 48’ 77’ Steve Cook 68’(og)

Arsenal 1–0 Huddersfield Town
Arsenal – Lucas Torreira 83’

Burnley 1–0 Brighton
Burnley – James Tarkowski 40’

Cardiff City 1–0 Southampton
Cardiff City – Callum Paterson 74’

Manchester United 4–1 Fulham
Manchester United – Ashley Young 13’ Juan Mata 28’ Romelu Lukaku 42’ Marcus Rashford 82’
Fulham – Aboubakar Kamara 67’(pen)

West Ham United 3–2 Crystal Palace
West Ham United – Robert Snodgrass 48’Javier Hernandez 62’ Felipe Anderson 65’
Crystal Palace – James McArthur 6’ Jeffery Schlupp 76’

Chelsea 2–0 Manchester City
Chelsea – N’Golo Kante 45’ David Luiz 78’

Leicester City 0–2 Tottenham
Tottenham – Heung-Min Son 45+1’ Dele Alli 58’

December 9, 2018
Newcastle 1–2 Wolverhampton
Newcastle – Ayoze Perez 23’
Wolverhampton – Diogo Jota 17’ Matt Doherty 90+4’

December 10, 2018
Everton 2–2 Watford
Everton – Richalison 15’ Lucas Digne 90+6’
Watford – Seamus Coleman 63’(og) Abdoulaye Doucoure 65’

Liverpool is the new league leader.
Liverpool climbs to the top of the league as the only side that remains unbeaten after 15 matches played.
Chelsea brought down Manchester City to allow Liverpool to rise to the top of the league standings through ‘4-0’ win at Bournemouth.

Mohamed Salah scored three goals to moved up to tie Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the top of golden boot race

Lucas Torreira is looking like a big bargain after his goal decides the match for Arsenal at home against Huddersfield Town. Despite the win, Arsenal remained out of the top four because their city rivals were winners in this round. Both Tottenham and Chelsea were ‘2-0’ winners.

Manchester United flexed their muscles against bottom table Fulham at Old Trafford in a 4-1 victory.

West Ham United made it three win streak after a 3-2 win over Crystal Palace.

It was 12 straight winless matches for Southampton after an away defeat to Cardiff City.

Burnley moved out of relegation after beating Brighton.

Matt Doherty struck a late goal to restore the lead and hand Wolverhampton a win against Newcastle United.

In the final match of the round, an injury time freekick goal from Lucas Digne saved Everton from a defeat at home to Watford.

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