EPL: Chelsea Make London Blue – David Moyes Humiliated Crystal Palace | Week 24

Chelsea defeated Arsenal in the London Derby to go twelve points clear of Arsenal. Gabriel Jesus shone for Manchester City with three goals and one assist in 188 minutes played. Sam Allardyce humiliated by his former football club Sunderland.


CHELSEA 3, ARSENAL 1
The current English league leaders Chelsea defeated Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal three goals to one in the London derby at Stamford Bridge, going twelve points clear of Arsenal.

CRYSTAL PALACE 0, SUNDERLAND 4
Poisonous atmosphere at Selhurst Park as David Moyes’ Sunderland crushed Crystal Palace with four goals to nothing. Sunderland’s second, third and fourth goal were scored in matter of minutes and seconds in the first half.

EVERTON 6, AFC BOURNEMOUTH 3
Romelu Lukaku scored four goals for his Everton at Goodison Park as AFC Bournemouth were crushed in a match that produced overall nine goals.

HULL CITY 2, LIVERPOOL 0
Marco Silva’s Hull City stunned Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool with a convincing two-nil victory, handing a big blow to Liverpool’s title-hunting ambitions.

SOUTHAMPTON 1, WEST HAM UNITED 3
West Ham United’s form seems to be heading towards a high one after a convincing victory at St Mary’s Stadium in Southampton.

WATFORD 2, BURNLEY 1
Troy Deeney and Mbaye Niang scored as Watford defeated Sean Dyche’s Burbley at the Vicarage Road Stadium.

WEST BROMWICH ALBION 1, STOKE CITY 0
Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion managed to grab a narrow victory over Stoke City at the Hawthorns.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1, MIDDLESBROUGH 0
Harry Kane scored from the penalty spot, grabbing three important point and they are just nine points behind league leaders Chelsea and three points ahead of their North London rivals Arsenal.

MANCHESTER CITY 2, SWANSEA CITY 1
Recently signed Gabriel Jesus shone by scoring twice for his Manchester City, who narrowly defeated Swansea City at City of Manchester Stadium.

LEICESTER CITY 0, MANCHESTER UNITED 3
Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic played wonderful for Manchester United, who defeated the defending English champions Leicester City away from home.

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