English Premier League

2018/19 English Premier League – Round 24 – Shockers all over.

Briefings
January 29, 2019
Arsenal 2-1 Cardiff
Arsenal – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 66’ Alexandre Lacazette 83’
Cardiff – Nathaniel Mendez-Laing 90+4’

Fulham 4-2 Brighton
Fulham – Calum Chambers 47’ Aleksandar Mitrovic 58’ 74’ Luciano Vietto 79’
Brighton – Glenn Murray 3’ 17’

Huddersfield 0-1 Everton
Everton – Richarlison 3’

Wolverhampton 3-0 West Ham
Wolverhampton – Romain Saiss 66’ Raul Jimenez 80’ 86’

Manchester United 2-2 Burnley
Manchester United – Paul Pogba 87’ Victor Lindelof 90+3’
Burnley – Ashley Barnes 51’ Chris Wood 81’

Newcastle United 2-1 Manchester City
Newcastle United – Jose Salomon Rondon 66’ Matt Ritchie 80’(pen)
Manchester City – Sergio Aguero 1’

January 30, 2019
Bournemouth 4-0 Chelsea
Bournemouth – Joshua King 47’ 74’ David Brooks 74’ Charlie Daniels 90+5’

Southampton 1-1 Crystal Palace
Southampton – James Ward-Prowse 77’
Crystal Palace – Wilfried Zaha 41’

Liverpool 1-1 Leicester City
Liverpool – Sadio Mane 3’
Leicester City – Harry Maguire 45+2’

Tottenham 2-1 Watford
Tottenham – Heung-Min Son 80’ Fernando Llorente 87’
Watford – Craig Cathcart 38’

On an emotional evening at the Emirates stadium, Arsenal took all three points from Cardiff after taking a 2 goal lead in the second half. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the opening goal of the match to take his tally in the league to 15 goals.

After conceding two early goals in the first half, relegation-zoned Fulham returned from the break and scored 4 two beat Brighton for a 4-2 win. It was Fulham’s first win after 4 successive defeats.

Lucas Digne sees red but his Everton side took all the points at Huddersfield after taking an early lead from Richarlison’s goal.

Wolverhampton gets three goals in the final third of the regulation time to beat West Ham. The win sees Wolves widen the gap in points between the sides to 4 points and extended West Ham’s losing streak.

Ole Gunna Solskjaer’s Manchester United dropped points for the first time, but passed a test of coming from behind to salvage a point.

The shocker of the round was Manchester City falling to ‘2-1’ defeat at the St.James Park despite taking a goal lead in the first minute. Newcastle United helped themselves in their relegation battle by coming from behind to get an improbable win against Manchester City.

Gonzalo Higuain’s first Premier League match with Chelsea is one he will like to forget as soon as possible. Chelsea dropped to 5th place in the league standings after suffering a 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth.

Despite being first to score, Liverpool failed to take the maximum advantage of Manchester City’s defeat at Newcastle. Liverpool had to settle for a point at home against Leicester City

Tottenham came from a goal down to seal a victory against Watford.

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