EPL: Dele Alli And His Spurs End Chelsea’s Unbeaten Run | Week 20

Dele Alli’s Tottenham Hotspur ended Chelsea unbeaten run and went above North London rivals Arsenal in the league table. Arsenal mounted an impressive comeback against a brilliant AFC Bournemouth in the English Premier League.


MIDDLESBROUGH 0, LEICESTER CITY 0
The defending champions Leicester City were held by Aitor Karanka’s Middlesbrough away from home.

EVERTON 3, SOUTHAMPTON 0
Ronald Koeman’s Everton got his revenge against his former club Southampton by crushing the with three goals to nothing at the Goodison Park.

MANCHESTER CITY 2, BURNLEY 1
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have recently been hit with a shaky form but managed to put things right by narrowly defeating Burnley FC at home.

SUNDERLAND 2, LIVERPOOL 2
Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool were held by David Moyes’ Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

WEST BROMWICH ALBION 3, HULL CITY 1
Tony Pulis’ men showed no mercy as they defeated Hull City with a convincing win at the Hawthorns – a result that eventually led Hull City sacking their manager.

WEST HAM UNITED 0, MANCHESTER UNITED 2
Many controversies in this match, as there were questions on Soufiane Ferghouli’s red card shown by referee Mike Dean and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring from an offside position.

AFC BOURNEMOUTH 3, ARSENAL 3
Six goals scored in Bournemouth in a very thrilling match, where Arsène Wenger’s men made an impressive comeback from three-nil down to draw three-three after goals by Alexis Sanchez, Lucas Perez and Olivier Giroud.

CRYSTAL PALACE 1, SWANSEA CITY 2
After sacking their American manager Bob Bradley, Swansea City players showed character and stepped up in the match against Sam Allardyce’s Crystal Palace with a narrow two-one win at Selhurst Park.

STOKE CITY 2, WATFORD 0
Ryan Shawcross and Peter Crouch on the scoresheet for their Stoke City, putting Watford’s manager Walter Mazzari in a very sensitive and difficult position as he risking losing his job.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2, CHELSEA 0
Spurs and Dele Alli put an end to Chelsea’s unbeaten run with a convincing two-goal win but the Blues remain the current English league leaders despite the defeat.

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