Arsenal vs Swansea: 2-1 What a match! Arsenal was a goal down at half time. Facing a Swansea side that is just outside relegation zone on goal difference, the bookmakers were right to give the match to an Arsenal side playing at Emirate. But surprises are the heart of football drama as Sam Clucas’ first half goal came from the visitors swift and deft movements that caught Petr Cech unawares. It was a lovely finish, which made the home defence look like a shambling pack. A better Arsenal in the second half soon made the difference between both teams as an Aaron Ramsey goal sealed the hope of the visitors after a second half equaliser from Sead Kolasinac had fired the home side to a frenzied search for goal.
West Brom vs Manchester City 2-3 With goals from Leroy Sane, his eight for he season and an assist toFernandinho and then a Raheem Sterling grounder, victory for City was sure after however facing a unrelenting home side whose efforts finally paid off with a costly mistake from defender Nicolas Otamendi. He had tried to chest back to Ederson, unaware that Matt Phillips was lurking around to take advantage and slotted the ball into the net. Joy Rodriguez had drew level for the Baggies when he lifted the ball past Emerson.
Wijnadum scores for Liverpool
Liverpool vs Huddersfield Daniel Sturridge’s goal in the 66th minutes literally woke up Liverpool from the dead and within the next 20 minutes the goals began to rain. He had substituted Bernardo Silva few minutes earlier. An early opportunity for goal through a penalty had been squashed by Mohamed Salah who shot into the waiting hands of keeper, Lossl, keeping the fans quiet. Then after Sturridge, Roberto Firmino made it two, which was soon followed by Wijnadum Georginio. They climbed three points to the sixth spot and left the fans heaving with smiles.
C’Palace vs West Ham 2-2 Danger man Wilfred Zaha scored the equaliser in the extra minutes of the game and set Selhurst Park on fire. He did so with such a flourish that caught Palace’s Joe Hart napping in the eighth minute of injury time. His sweeping effort cancelled out two great goals from the visitors through Andre Ayew and Javier Harnadez .Luka Milivojevic reduced the deficit from the penalty spot for Palace, setting the tine for a final blow by Zaha
Watford vs Stoke: 0-1 Darren Fletcher’s volley, connected from a Xherdan Shaqiri’s corner, gave Stoke a deserved away win