Chelsea vs Leicester City (3-0) Chelsea welcomed defending champions Leicester City to the Bridge on Saturday and ran out comfortable ...
Chelsea vs Leicester City (3-0)
Chelsea welcomed defending champions Leicester City to the Bridge on Saturday and ran out comfortable winners with a 3-0 margin as the Blues continue their return to form.
Nigerian international Victor Moses added a third in the 80th minute of the game. It was a game where Chelsea totally dominated in the first-half with defensive lapses evident among the reigning champions.
Bournemouth vs Hull City (6-1)
Bournemouth were able to achieve their biggest victory in the Premier League thanks to a 6-1 win over Hull City. Charlie Daniels opened the scoring after five minutes with Ryan Mason leveling for the Tigers.
Callum Wilson and Dan Gosling would not be left out of the part with both players scoring for the Cherries in the 83rd and 88th minute.
Arsenal vs Swansea City (3-2)
Arsenal got all three points against their visitors in an exciting encounter that saw the Gunners claim a 3-2 win.
Two quick goals from Walcott ensured the hosts got to a perfect start but Gylfi Sigurdsson pulled one back for the Swans.
Arsenal would be reduced to 10 men as Granit Xhaka saw a straight red card. Walcott could have walked away with the match ball but hit his effort at the crossbar when it was easier to score. Arsenal play Ludogorets on Wednesday in the Champions League.
Man City vs Everton (1-1)
Pep Guardiola would not be the happiest of men today after seeing his side drop points and extend their winless streak to three consecutive matches after a 1-1 game with the Toffees.
Romelu Lukaku and Nolito were both the scorers in the game but the major highlights of the game would be City's failures to convert two penalties in the game.
Everton goalie Maarten Stekelenburg would face a kick from the penalty spot twice with Phil Jagielka giving both penalties away in the game but neither Kevin De Bruyne nor Sergio Aguero would convert, Everton were worthy of a draw thanks to the heroics of the man in goal for them.
West Brom vs Tottenham Hotspur (1-1)
A dying minute equalizer from Dele Alli would ensure his side maintained their unbeaten start to the season and remain within touching distances of league leader Man City.
The draw ensures Tottenham are unbeaten in the opening eight league matches of the season for the first time since 1990, but it also allowed north London rivals Arsenal to leapfrog them into second in the table.
Stoke City vs Sunderland (2-0)
Mark Hughes' Stoke would grab a much needed win at the expense of Sunderland thanks to a Joe Allen double.
The 26 year old midfielder has now bagged four goals in his last three appearances and was on the scoresheet for Wales in the game against Austria.
Crystal Palace vs West Ham (0-1)
West Ham would return to winning ways courtesy of a Lanzini goal that would see them end a five-match winless streak in the Premier League with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Christian Benteke would have two chances in the game steering a penalty wide before heading against the upright. Aaron Cresswell would see red picking up two bookings within a minute.