Articles

Premier League – Round 26

 

Top Four Bottom Four
Chelsea
Middlesbrough
Tottenham Hotspur
Crystal Palace
Manchester City
Hull City
Arsenal
Sunderland

 

February 25, 2016

Chelsea                                3-1                   Swansea City

Cesc Fabregas 19’                                                              Fernando Llorente 45’+2’
Pedro Rodriguez 72’
Diego Costa 84’

Chelsea v Swansea City - Premier League : News Photo

Chelsea defeated a revitalized Swansea City to make sure the point gap they have at the top remains.

After going into the break even on the scoreboard, a shot from Pedro Rodriguez gave Chelsea the winning goal.

 

Crystal Palace                   1-0                  Middlesbrough

Patrick van Aanholt 34’

Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough - Premier League : News Photo

It was a massive victory for Crystal Palace. A victory that helped the team climb out of the relegation zone and tie Middlesbrough in points accumulated.

 

Everton                             2-0                   Sunderland

Idrissa Gana Gueye 40’
Romelu Lukaku 80’

Everton v Sunderland - Premier League : News Photo

Back-to-back defeats for Sunderland as Everton made it nine league matches without a defeat after handing Sunderland another defeat in the 2016/17 season.

 

Hull City                              1-1                    Burnley

Tom Huddleston 72’(pen)                                             Michael Keane 76’

 

Hull City and Burnley couldn’t find the difference between each other on the field after playing a second ‘1-1’ score in the 2016/17 Premier League season.

Unfortunately for Hull, a point is less than what is needed to escape the relegation zone.

 

Southampton            -POSTPONED-          Arsenal

 

West Bromwich Albion                 2-1                AFC Bournemouth

Craig Dawson 10’                                                                          Joshua King 5’(pen)
Gareth McAuley 21’

West Bromwich Albion v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League - The Hawthorns : News Photo

The gap in points was extended to 14 points after West Bromwich came from an early goal down to win at home against AFC Bournemouth.

 

Watford                           1-1                   West Ham United

Troy Deeney 3’(pen)                                                     Andre Ayew 73’

 

The last kick of the match could have given Watford a victory if Isaac Success had made contact with a sitter.

 

They finished the match with 10 men, but West Ham came from an early goal down and got a point away against Watford.

 

February 26, 2017

Tottenham Hotspur                4-0               Stoke City

Harry Kane 14’ 32’ 37’
Dele Alli 45’+1’

TOPSHOT-FBL-ENG-PR-TOTTENHAM-STOKE : News Photo

Tottenham sealed the victory in the first half after Dele Alli scored in additional time to add to a Harry Kane hattrick.

 

Manchester City              -POSTPONED-          Manchester United

 

February 27, 2017

Leicester City                       3-1                 Liverpool

Jamie Vardy 28’ 60’                                                        Philippe Coutinho 68’
Danny Drinkwater 39’

Leicester City v Liverpool - Premier League : News Photo

Danny Drinkwater’s beautiful strike from outside the box that gave Leicester City their winning goal was an indication that it was a night for the team in blue.

 

Liverpool failed to climb back into the top four returning back to their form in 2017.

 

Was it because Leicester City sacked Claudio Ranieri? Did Liverpool go on break for too long?

 

A match that did not go according to form, Leicester City climbed out of relegation zone after coming out on top against Liverpool.

 

Jamie Vardy scored a brace and had opportunities to get a hat trick.

 

Email this to someoneShare on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPrint this pagePin on PinterestShare on RedditDigg thisShare on Tumblr
Comments
Well made futbol - done easy and delivered simply. With every content, you will sense our love for intelligent tactics, amazing goals and our love for the final minute suspense. How you fell in love with the ‘Beautiful Game’ is none of our business. We don’t care what name you call it either. As long as you have your hopes and pride on the line for an entire season, we will always share enough similarities to coexist. The day is exceptionally better when football is on the planner. We will always do more than our best to hack away the unessential and keep you up to date with what is happening in futbol today. Because of the mood swings that futbol can give us in a day, we are not too critical within 24hrs of a crushing defeat to any side.

Join the team

MGSVFutbol Quote Of The Week

MGSVFutbol Quote Of The Week

MGSVFutbol Feature

MGSVFutbol Feature

Subscribe to our Newsletter

To Top