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Premier League – Round 27

 

Top Four

1. Chelsea
2. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Manchester City
4. Liverpool

 

Bottom Four

17. Crystal Palace
18. Middlesbrough
19. Hull City
20. Sunderland

 

 

 

March 4, 2017

Manchester United       1-1        AFC Bournemouth

Marcos Rojo 23’                                           Joshua King 40’(pen)

 

Manchester United was held to a ‘1-1’ draw by a 10-man AFC Bournemouth side.  

Despite not suffering a league defeat since their losing to Chelsea in October, Manchester United is still working towards the top four.

 

Leicester City            3-1                 Hull City

Christian Fuchs 27’                                         Sam Clucas 14’
Riyad Mahrez 59’
Tom Huddlestone 90’(o,g)

Leicester City v Hull City - Premier League : News Photo

Leicester City might have turned things around with the sacking of Claudio Ranieri.

Two straight league victories put the defending champions in a safer position in the league standings.

Hull City remains in the drop zone for another round 2016/17 Premier League season.

 

Stoke City                2-0             Middlesbrough

Marko Arnautovic 29’ 42’

2017 EPL Premier League Stoke v Middlesbrough Mar 4th : News Photo

Stoke City got back to winning ways and bounced back from their defeat at Tottenham with a home victory over Middlesbrough.

 

Swansea City             3-2                   Burnley

Fernando Llorente 12’ 90’+2’                              Andre Gray 20’ 61’
Martin Olsson 69’

Swansea City v Burnley - Premier League : News Photo

Fernando Llorente scored an important late goal to restore the early goal advantage he gave Swansea City.

 

Watford                  3-4               Southampton

Troy Deeney 4’                                                  Dusan Tadic 28’
Stefano Okaka Chuka 79’                             Nathan Redmond 45’+2’ 86’
Abdoulaye Doucoure 90’+4’                         Manolo Gabbiadini 83’

Watford v Southampton - Premier League - Vicarage Road : News Photo

Southampton was on the winning end of a 7-goal thriller against Watford. The value of Nathan Redmond’s second goal for Southampton was increased tremendously after Abdoulaye Doucoure’s late goal for Watford.  

 

West Bromwich Albion           0-2       Crystal Palace

                                                                                        Wilfried Zaha 55’
                                                                                        Andros Townsend 84’

West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace - Premier League : News Photo

Relegation-threatened Crystal Palace scored two in the second half to grab and important three points from West Bromwich Albion.  

 

Liverpool                     3-1                       Arsenal

Roberto Firmino 9’                                             Danny Welbeck 57’
Sadio Mane 40’
Georgino Wijnaldum 90’+1’

Liverpool v Arsenal - Premier League - Anfield : News Photo

Liverpool ended the contest by half-time when they took a 2-0 advantage into the break in this highly anticipated fixture.

Arsenal drops out of the top four but with a match in hand.

 

March 5, 2017

Tottenham Hotspur       3-2            Everton

Harry Kane 20’ 56’                                             Romelu Lukaku 81’
Dele Alli 90’+2’                                                  Enner Valencia 90’+4’

 

Everton run of undefeated league matches ended at 9.

Romelu Lukaku scored his 61st goal for Everton, making him the record holder for the most goals by an Everton player in the Premier League era.

Dele Alli’s injury time goal ended up being the winning goal for Tottenham Hotspurs after Harry Kane contributed two goals to help the cause.

 

Sunderland               0-2           Manchester City

                                                                       Sergio Aguero 42’
                                                                       Leroy Sane 59’

FBL-ENG-PR-SUNDERLAND-MAN CITY : News Photo

No shocker here.

Sunderland was left at the bottom of the league table after a third straight league defeat.

 

March 6, 2017

West Ham United              1-2            Chelsea

Manuel Lanzini 90’+2’                                              Eden Hazard 25’
                                                                                     Cesc Fabregas 45’+2’

West Ham United v Chelsea - Premier League : News Photo

Chelsea is closing in on the league title after getting another victory to keep the 10-point gap they have at the top of the league table.

Just like their first league meeting in the 2016/17 Premier League season, West Ham was on the wrong end of a ‘2-1’ score on a Monday night.  

 

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