M/ City Mauls Palace 5-0, Chelsea Choke Stoke 4-0, Man U 1-0 S’ton, Watford 1-0 S’ City, Spurs3- W/Ham 2, Atletico 2- 0 Sevilla

 Alvaro Morata scored a hat trick in Chelsea’s 5-0 mauling of Crystal Palace

 

 

 

Manchester City vs Crystal Palace: It was a 5-0 goal rain for ManCity as they mauled under performing C’ Palace, which is yet to score a goal in the sixth match of the season. The spectacular performance before a home crowd at the Etihad Stadium, moving them onto of the table with a four goals difference to closest rival, Man United. Goals came from

Leror Sane scored the goal that changed the game in favor of ManCity

 

Stoke City vs Chelsea: With Alvaro Morata’s hat trick, Chelsea was able to tame the tournament’s giant killers Stoke. That away win shot Chelsea to number three on the table. The players became a terror for goalkeeper Jack Butland.  Pedro scored the third goal in the 30th minute.

Everton vs Bournemouth: The stadium was quiet for a larger part of the game as the visitors scored a minute to the end of the first half and the host only pulled one back in the 77th minute. However it was substitute Oumar Niasse who turned the tables on Bournemouth with two late goals to set the stadium alive and earn Everton a home victory. The frustration that set in after Wayne Rooney, who felt the host should have been given a penalty after he was fouled Francis, an injury that bloodied his face until he went out for treatment.

 

Oumar Niasse scored the winning goal for Everton

 

Swansea City vs Watford: With goal from Andre Gray in the 13th minutes, which unsettled the host until a 56th equalizer from Abraham gave them a breather, the game went on back and forth with possession at 49 per cent for Watford and 51 per cent for Swansea until the 90th minute when danger man Richarlison broke the deadlock with the winning goal, which seal victory for Watford at the Liberty Stadium.

 

Goal poacher Harry Lane on course

 

West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspurs: With two goals from talisman Harry Kane, a header in the 34th, a low drive in the 38th minutes and the third from Eriksen in the 60th minute, the 10-man Tottenham survived a late fightback from West Ham to move up to third in the Premier League. Serge Aurier was red carded in the 70th minute  The Hammers midfielder Christian Eriksen was able to pull one back in the 65th minute and then a late one by Chiikhou Kouyate in the 87th minute ended the game at 2-3.

The Hammers had been disjointed and jaded to that point, but five minutes later Mexico forward Javier Hernandez nodded in from close range.

 

Lukaku scored the only goal for Man U

 

Southampton vs Man U. But for Romanu Lukaku’sixth goal in the league, which separated the two sides, the game was even with the host having the upper hand in the second half but some how missed the net by inches every time they got close, though keeper David de Gea was on top of the game. Nathan Redmond was S’ton’s man of the match, keeping the host hope alive with his sharp shoots until stoppage time. The hard-fought victory gave Man U the deserved three points but put them second on the table behind Manchester City.

Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla. With two goals from Antoine Griezmann and Yannick Carrasco, the host sent the visitors from the second to the third position and replaced them.

 

21-year-old Real Betis signee scores twice for Madrid

Alaves vs Real Madrid. Struggling Alaves were a walk over for visiting Madrid with two dramatic goals from Dani Ceballos on his first league start for Real Madrid  The 21-year-old Spanish midfielder, signed from Real Betis in the summer, held off two defenders before striking home his first.

Manu Garcia’s header in the 40th minute set the teams on equal footing until Ceballos struck in the winning goal in the 43rd minute.

 

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