EPL: Liverpool Crushed Stoke City And Giroud Scored For Arsenal | Week 18

Liverpool closing in on the English league leaders Chelsea after their brutal victory over Stoke City. Olivier Giroud shined and got Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal three vital points.


WATFORD 1, CRYSTAL PALACE 1
Former England manager Sam Allardyce made his English Premier League debut as the new manager of Crystal Palace Football Club and managed to get a point.

ARSENAL 1, WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0
Brilliant assist by Mesut Özil that found Olivier Giroud, who scored the winning goal with an amazing header against Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion at Ashburton Grove.

BURNLEY 1, MIDDLESBROUGH 0
Andre Gray scored the only and winning goal of this match between Burnley and Aitor Karanka’s Middlesbrough.

CHELSEA 3, AFC BOURNEMOUTH 0
Antonio Conte’s and Chelsea’s fine form continues as they tighten the grip of the first place in league table with another 12th straight victory.

LEICESTER CITY 0, EVERTON 2
Romelu Lukaku shined and showed an amazing fighting spirit for his Everton, who defeated the defending English champions in their own backyard.

MANCHESTER UNITED 3, SUNDERLAND 1
Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic keeps showing his qualities with a goal and two assists in Manchester United’s victory over David Moyes’ Sunderland.

SWANSEA CITY 1, WEST HAM UNITED 4
American manager Bob Bradley on the brink of beinh sacked as the manager of Swansea City as his club suffered another horrible and big defeat but this time to West Ham United.

HULL CITY 0, MANCHESTER CITY 3
Yaya Touré and Kelechi Iheanacho on the scoresheet as Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City grabbed another victory in the English Premier League.

LIVERPOOL 4, STOKE CITY 1
Adam Lallana, Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge all on the scoresheet as Liverpool crushed Mark Hughes’ Stoke City at Anfield. Liverpool are just six points behind league leaders Chelsea.

SOUTHAMPTON 1, TOTTENHAM 4
Spurs keeps in touch with top four and is just one point behind North London rivals Arsenal after defeating ten-men Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium.

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