Premier League: the results of weekend

Premier League: the results of weekend

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Bad stop for Gunners of Arsene Wenger, while Van Gaal finds again the taste of a win thanks to his young star Rashford

Good news for Manchester United, with an incredible explosion of the 1997 young Marcus Rashford thanks to whom Van Gaal has succeeded in winning the crucial match against Arsenal on this Sunday. Same happy ending also for Tottenham with a massive come back after Alberto Paloschi first goal for Swansea. Final result: 2-1 in favor of Spurs, now in second position on the league table just underneath Leicester City.

An eleventh hour win for Ranieri’s boys this time against Norwich, match determined by Leonardo Ulloa: and the dream proceeds. Good work for Hammers and Stoke City, always merciless when they’re playing at home.

Chelsea recovers from a starting handicap with a great come back thanks to Fabregas and Ivanovic scores and gets a leg up to an unlucky Southampton. West Ham wins 1-0 against a Sunderland always in the rocks, while Stoke wiped out with a few difficulties Aston Villa, always last on the table. Brave game for West Brom that gives a cheap shot to Alan Pardew and Crystal Palace, now involved in the middle of the table. A no score draw for Watford and Bournemouth, while two matches have been postponed (Newcastle vs ManCity and Liverpool vs Everton) due to the League Cup Final at Wembley.

WEST HAM 1 – 0 SUNDERLAND (M.Antonio)

LEICESTER 1 – 0 NORWICH (L.Ulloa)

SOUTHAMPTON 1 – 2 CHELSEA (S.Long – C.Fabregas – B.Ivanovic)

WBA 3 – 2 CRYSTAL PALACE (C.Gardner – C.Dawson – S.Berahino – C.Wickham – C.Wickham)

WATFORD 0 – 0 BOURNEMOUTH

STOKE 2 – 1 ASTON VILLA (M.Arnautovic – M.Arnautovic – L.Bacuna)

TOTTENHAM 2 – 1 SWANSEA (N.Chadli – D.Rose – A.Paloschi)

MANCHESTER UNITED 3 – 2 ARSENAL (M.Rashford – M.Rashford – A.Herrera – D.Welbeck – M.Ozil)

 

THE LEAGUE TABLE

56 LEICESTER

54 TOTTENHAM

51 ARSENAL

47 MANCHESTER CITY

44 MANCHESTER UNITED

43 WEST HAM

40 SOUTHAMPTON

39 STOKE CITY

38 LIVERPOOL

37 WATFORD

36 CHELSEA

35 EVERTON

35 WEST BROM

32 CRYSTAL PALACE

29 BOURNEMOUTH

27 SWANSEA

24 NORWICH

24 NEWCASTLE

23 SUNDERLAND

16 ASTON VILLA