This perhaps Tottenham Hotspur’s best season in decades as they are smashing their oppositions. Manchester United beat Sunderland away from to move ahead of Arsenal to a fifth place in the league table. Chelsea Football Club closer than never to secure the league title. Read about the interesting results produced in Matchweek 32 of the 2016/2017 English Premier League.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 4, WATFORD 0
Korea international Heung-Min Son shone as Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur keep winning big and holding firm grip of the second place in the league table.
MANCHESTER CITY 3, HULL CITY 1
Sergio Agüero and Fabian Delph on the scoresheet as Pep Guardiola convincingly defeated Hull City at City of Manchester Stadium.
MIDDLESBROUGH 0, BURNLEY 0
The match between Middlesbrough and Sean Dyche’s Burnley finished in a goalless draw at Riverside Stadium.
STOKE CITY 1, LIVERPOOL 2
Stoke City’s bad form continues with a narrow defeat to Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool Football Club at Bet365 Stadium after goals scored by the Brazil internationals Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino.
WEST BRONWICH ALBION 0, SOUTHAMPTON 1
Jordy Clasie’s goal, after an assist by Dusan Tadic, was enough to hand struggling Southampton three important point at the Hawthorns.
WEST HAM UNITED 1, SWANSEA CITY 0
Cheikhou Kouyate scored the only goal of the match just before half-time, handing Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United three vital points at London Stadium.
AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1, CHELSEA 3
Eden Hazard and Marcos Alonso were on the scoresheet as the English league leaders defeated AFC Bournemouth in their own backyard.
SUNDERLAND 0, MANCHESTER UNITED 3
Former Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic show by scoring a goal and providing an assist for Marcus Rashford’s goal as Manchester United defeated Sunderland in their own backyard.
EVERTON 4, LEICESTER CITY 2
Romelu Lukaku scored twice and Phil Jagielka scored a goal and provided an
assist as Ronald Koeman’s Everton defeated the English champions Leicester City at Goodison Park.
CRYSTAL PALACE 3, ARSENAL 0
Sam Allardyce’s struggling Crystal Palace outplayed Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal, making their fans turing against the manager and the players.