EPL: Wenger’s Tactical Changes Got Arsenal A Win – José Mourinho Beat His Former Club | Week 33

Liverpool narrowly defeated West Bromwich Albion with a goal scored by underrated Brazil international Roberto Firmino. Arsène Wenger used a back-three formation in Arsenal’s victory at Middlesbrough. Chelsea Football Club suffered a horrible defeat to former club manager José Mourinho and his Manchester United. Read about the stunning outcomes from Matchweek 33 of the 2016/2017 English Premier League.


TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 4, AFC BOURNEMOUTH 0
Harry Kane was back in the starting eleven and he scored for Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur who crushed AFC Bournemouth at White Hart Lane. They also broke a very “big and important” record by winning seven straight victories in the English Premier League for the first time in the club’s history.

CRYSTAL PALACE 2, LEICESTER CITY 2
The English champions Leicester City were held at Selhurst Park by Sam Allardyce’s Crystal Palace after a crucial equalising goal by Christian Benteke.

EVERTON 3, BURNLEY 1
Belgium international Romelu Lukaku scored the winning goal for Ronald Koeman’s Everton who defeated Burnley convincingly at Goodison Park.

SOUTHAMPTON 0, MANCHESTER CITY 3
Vincent Kompany scored his first goal in more than 600 days for his Manchester City who outplayed Southampton in their own backyard.

MANCHESTER UNITED 2, CHELSEA 0
Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera were on the scoresheet as José Mourinho and his Manchester United got their revenge with a devastating victory over Chelsea.

MIDDLESBROUGH 1, ARSENAL 2
A historic night for Arsenal Football Club and its fans as Arsène Wenger decided to make a tactical change from a 4-2-3-1 formation or a 3-4-2-1 formation. It is the first since 1997 Arsène Wenger used a back-three formation. Nevertheless, Arsenal defeated Middlesbrough in their own backyard after goals scored by Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil.

OTHER RESULTS
Stoke City 3, Hull City 1
Sunderland 2, West Ham United 2
Watford 1, Swansea City 0
West Bromwich Albion 0, Liverpool 1

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