United Demolishes MC to Claim Dominance
Manchester United beat rivals Manchester City for the first time in five Barclays Premier League attempts with a stirring 4-2 comeback victory at Old Trafford. Manchester United scorers; A. Young, M.Fellaini, Mata and Smalling piled a pressure on City who attempted to recover their successive away defeats at Liverpool, Burnley and Crystal Palace.
For City, it is their 6th defeat in their last eight matches in all competitions and puts an emphatic end to their dominance over United in recent years.
Vigorous Chelsea Celebrations
Fabregas transformed Eden Hazard’s cross to shatter the home side and restore the Blues’ 7 point lead at the top of the table after the goalless draw against spirited Rangers.
Chelsea now require just 3 wins and 2 draws their remaining games to win a 4th Premier League crown, while Rangers remain in the bottom three, two points from safety. The despair was clear for the QPR players who lay sad across the ground while the Blues celebrated their victory
Swansea, Everton Share Points
In the early kick-off at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea Football Club hosted Everton Football Club. A good game for the neutrals. Everton opened the scoring through Aaron Lennon just before half time. Jonjo Shelvey equalized for the Swans in the 69th minute. Final score 1-1.
Crystal Palace Emphatic
Sunderland hosted high-flying Crystal Palace at the Stadium of Light. Crystal Palace continued their good-run and Sunderland faced full force of that. Yannick Bolasie scored his first-hatrick in the league and Glen Murray also scored. A consolation goal was scored by Danny Wickham. Full time 1-4.
Aston Villa Shock Spurs
Former Spurs manager Tim Sherwood took his Aston Villa to White Hart Lane in this intriguing tie. Looking for a win, he had the belief that Belgian striker Christian Benteke will make the difference. He certainly did. Scoring the only goal, he made it 8 goals in 8 games under Sherwood. Full time at White Hart Lane 0-1 to the Villans.
Leicester Show Signs of Survival
It was a must win game for Leicester City as they faced West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns. West Brom scored two goals in the first half; David Nugent scored one for Leicester. Robert Huth scored in the 80th minute, Jamie Vardy scored in the 90th minute of the game to complete a comeback and win. Final score 2-3.
West Ham, Stoke Draw
West Ham United and Stoke drew at Upton Park. Creswell’s 7th minute goal was cancelled out by Arnautovic in the 90th minute. It finished 1-1.
Southampton Take All Points At Home
James-Ward Prowse scored his first-ever Barclays Premier League for Southampton as his team won 2-0 against Hull. Grazianno Pelle scored the second goal for Ronald Koeman’s side.
Arsenal Edge Past Burnley
Aaron Ramsey’s first half strike made the difference between the two sides at Turf Moor. Arsenal are in supreme form and will be looking to keep this run going with only 6 more games to go. Final score at Turf Moor was 1-0.
Real Madrid Wins at Bernabeau
Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United loanee Javier Hernandez and Jese Rodriguez scored as Real Madrid won comfortably against Eibar at the Santiago Bernabeau. Final score 3-0.
Malaga, Ateletico Share Points
Four goals were scored in this intriguing clash between these two teams. Antoinne Greizmann scored a brace for the away team, Fernando Torres scored an own goal and Samuel scored for Malaga. Full time score 2-2.
Barcelona slips at the top.
A four-goal thriller in La Liga took place on Saturday when Sevilla FC played FC Barcelona. Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr. scored in the first half to take a 2-0 lead first, but it was cancelled out by Ever Banega. The home-side completed the comeback in the 84th minute courtesy of Kevin Gameiro. At full time, the score line was 2-2. Barca now only two points ahead of Real Madrid in the race for the La Liga title.