Domestic Leagues

Premier League Round 30

Top Four
1. Chelsea
2. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Liverpool
4. Manchester City
Bottom Four
17. Swansea City
18. Hull City
19. Middlesbrough
20. Sunderland

Goals Scored:: 19

April 1, 2017

Liverpool               3-1         Everton

Sadio Mane 8’                    Matthew Pennington 28’
Philippe Coutinho 31’
Divock Origi 60’


Philippe Coutinho scored a marvelous solo goal to give Liverpool a 100% record over Everton in the 2016/17 Premier League season. Liverpool was too strong for Everton in the Merseyside Derby and Joel Robles’s poor performance in goal did not help Everton in this fixture.  


Burnley           0-2       Tottenham Hotspur

                                                 Eric Dier 66’
                                      Heung-Min Son 77’


Two goals in the second-half was good enough get Tottenham Hotspur three points closer to the top of the league table.


Chelsea              1-2       Crystal Palace

Cesc Fabregas 5’           Wilfried Zaha 9’
                                    Christian Benteke 11’


Maybe the international break was too relaxing for Chelsea.


Three goals in the first 11 minutes decided the match.

Crystal Palace shocked the league leaders by coming from a goal down to get all three points.  


Hull City            2-1          West Ham United

Andrew Robertson 53’      Andy Carroll 18’
Andrea Ranocchia 85’

Hull City v West Ham United - Premier League : News Photo

Leicester City      2-0     Stoke City

Onyinye Ndidi 25’
Jamie Vardy 47’


Leicester City remains undefeated after parting ways with Claudio Ranieri. It was the fifth consecutive victory for the defending champions as they climb their way back to safety.


Manchester United       0-0    West Bromwich Albion


West Bromwich Albion came from a victory against Arsenal to a draw against Manchester United; not bad at all.

Once again, a dominant Manchester United failed to find goals in front of their home crowd.


Watford           1-0           Sunderland

Miguel Britos 59’

2017 Premier League football Watford v Sunderland Apr 1st : News Photo

Sunderland remains at the bottom of the league standings.

Relegation is very likely for Sunderland after suffering another defeat to make it 5 matches without a victory.


Southampton     0-0       AFC Bournemouth


They came to the match even on points accumulated and both teams couldn’t find the goal to separate themselves in the league standings.

Harry Arter missed a penalty that could have handed AFC Bournemouth an away victory over Southampton.


April 2, 2017

Swansea City            0-0         Middlesbrough


The two relegation-threatened sides could just manage a point from this fixture.


Arsenal              2-2        Manchester City

Theo Walcott 40’             Leroy Sane 5’
Shkodran Mustafi 53’       Sergio Aguero 42’


In the highlighted match of the day, Arsenal had to come back from a goal down on two occasions to fight hard for a point at home against Manchester City.


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