English Premier League
Liverpool leads the title race by 4 points despite a difficult win over the weekend. Manchester City is keeping up the pace with Liverpool in the title race, while Manchester United is putting pressure on the teams in the top quarter of the league table.
Mohamed Salah(Liverpool) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang(Arsenal) Harry Kane(Tottenham Hotspur are leading the goalscoring list with 14 goals each.
January 12, 2019
West Ham 1–0 Arsenal
West Ham – Declan Rice 48’
Brighton 0–1 Liverpool
Liverpool – Mohamed Salah 50’(pen)
Burnley 2–1 Fulham
Burnley – Joe Bryan 20(og) Denis Odoi 23’(og)
Fulham – Andre Schurrle 2’
Cardiff City 0–0 Huddersfield Town
Crystal Palace 1–2 Watford
Crystal Palace – Craig Cathcart 38’(og)
Watford – Craig Cathcart 67’ Tom Cleverley 74’
Leicester 1–2 Southampton
Leicester – Wilfried Ndidi 58’
Southampton – James Ward-Prowse 11’(pen) Shane Long 45+1
Chelsea 2–1 Newcastle United
Chelsea – Pedro Rodriguez 9’ Willian 57’
Newcastle United – Ciaran Clark 40’
January 13, 2019
Everton 2–0 Bournemouth
Everton – Kurt Zouma 61’ Dominic Calvert-Lewin 90+5’
Tottenham 0–1 Manchester United
Manchester United – Marcus Rashford 44’
January 14, 2019
Manchester City 3-0 Wolverhampton
Manchester City – Gabriel Jesus 10′ 39′(pen) Conor Coady (o.g) 78
Declan Rice first league goal was the winning goal for West Ham United against Arsenal.
Mohamed Salah scored his 14th goal of the league season from the spot to give Liverpool a win at Brighton. Liverpool needed the three points to bounce back from consecutive defeat in their recent matches.
The ‘football gods’ are not being kind to Fulham. Two ‘own goals’ hand Burnley a win without a shot on target against Fulham.
Cardiff and Huddersfield Town share the points in a goalless draw.
Watford comes from a goal down to with at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace.
A 10-man Southampton side was victorious at Leicester.
Willian ‘stunning’ second-half strike handed Chelsea a win at home against a struggling Newcastle United
Kurt Zouma headed goal helped Everton to w win at home against Bournemouth.
Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer survived their first ‘big’ test with a passing grade after a ‘1-0’ win at Wembley Stadium against a Tottenham side that has been floating in the league title race since the beginning of the season. Marcus Rashford scored the only goal of the match to get Manchester United level on points with Arsenal in the league standings.
It was a comfortable evening for Manchester City as they had to keep a goal lead against a 10-man Wolverhampton side. Liverpool’s lead at the top of the table remains at 4 points.