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British Premier League – Round Twenty-five

Top Four:
  1. Chelsea
  2. Manchester City
  3. Tottenham Hotspur
  4. Arsenal
Bottom Four:
  1. Leicester City
  2. Hull City
  3. Crystal Palace
  4. Sunderland

 

February 11, 2017

Arsenal                                      2-0                      Hull city

Alexis Sanchez 34’ 90’+3(pen)

Arsenal v Hull City - Premier League : News Photo

Arsenal defeated Hull City to avoid going three league matches without picking up points and/or getting a victory.

Alexis Sanchez got two goals to take his personal tally to 17 goals in the league.

 

Manchester United                       2-0                  Watford

Juan Mata 32’

Anthony Martial 45’

Manchester United v Watford - Premier League - Old Trafford : News Photo

Manchester United continued their undefeated run with a victory over Watford. It is now 16 unbeaten league matches for Manchester United.

 

Middlesbrough                             0-0                       Everton

Middlesbrough held Everton to a goalless draw.

 

Stoke City                               1-0                    Crystal Palace

Joe Allen 67’

2017 Premiership Football Stoke City v Crystal Palace Feb 11th : News Photo

Joe Allen’s goal in the second half gave Stoke City a victory over a struggling Crystal Palace.

After managing just a victory in their last 11 league matches and losing 8 of the last 11, the goal for Crystal Palace is to avoid relegation.

Sunderland                               0-4                        Southampton

                                                                          Manolo Gabbiadini 30′ 45′

                                                                          Jason Denayer 88’(o.g)

                                                                          Shane Long 90’+2’

Sunderland v Southampton - Premier League : News Photo

Southampton thrashes Sunderland to get an away victory and put a stop to a recent string of defeats. Sunderland returned to losing ways and gave the goal advantage that they got from their victory against Crystal Palace.

West Ham United                      2-2                        West Bromwich Albion

Sofiane Feghouli 63’                                               Nacer Chadli 6’

Manuel Lanzini 86’                                                 Gareth McAuley 90’+4’

West Bromwich Albion remains five points above West Ham United after a ‘2-2’ draw.

After losing an early lead and finding themselves in a losing in the final minutes of regulation time, West Bromwich Albion had to score late to pick up a point against West Ham.

 

Liverpool                                     2-0                        Tottenham Hotspur

Sadio Mane 16’ 18’

Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League - Anfield : News Photo

It could have been another quick hat trick for Sadio Mane.

In what was the biggest fixture of the day, Liverpool got the better of Tottenham Hotspur.

Sadio Mane delivered Liverpool their first league victory in 2017 when he scored two goals in quick successions for Liverpool to close the gap and enhance their chances at a top-four finish.

 

February 12, 2017

Burnley                                     1-1                       Chelsea

Robert Brady 24’                                                  Pedro Rodriguez 7’

Burnley did the improbable and stopped Chelsea from picking up the maximum points from this fixture. Because of Liverpool’s success in their fixture against Tottenham, a draw was good enough for Chelsea to widen their lead at the top of the standings.

 

Swansea City                             2-0                     Leicester City

Alfie Mawson 37’

Martin Olsson 45’+2’

2017 Premiership Football Swansea v Leicester Feb 12th : News Photo

The champions might just drop. Leicester City earned five straight league defeats after Swansea City got two goals in the latter part of the first half to get a home victory.

Leicester is sitting right above the relegation zone and one more bad result could have them in the zone.

 

February 13, 2017

AFC Bournemouth                         0-2                 Manchester City

                                                                         Raheem Sterling 29’

                                                                         Tyrone Mings 69’(o.g)

AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City - Premier League - Vitality Stadium : News Photo

Manchester City moved 8 points away from the top of the table after defeating AFC Bournemouth away.

 

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