25 November, 2013 - 10:02

Manchester City demolish Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal beat Southampton and other Premier League results

Manchester City demolish Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal beat Southampton and other Premier League results

Another howler from Artur Boruc early in the match secured a win for Arsenal against Southampton as the Gunners expand the gap at the top of the table to four points.

Olivier Giroud capitalized on the Polish goalkeeper’s ludicrous mistake on 22 minutes and converted a penalty kick four minutes before time to give Arsene Wenger a huge boost before a crucial Champions League clash with Olympique Marseille. Theo Walcott returned to action after a two-month absence.

Manchester City exploited the reckless defending display from Tottenham Hotspur to hit six goals past Hugo Lloris at Etihad Stadium. Jesus Navas scored seconds after the whistle to give Citizens the lead. Alvaro Negredo and Sergio Aguero both netted braces and Navas scored his second goal in the dying time. The Spurs conceded as much as they did in the previous eleven games of the season and have now not scored a single goal since 27 October, when Soldado converted a penalty against The Tigers.

40000 visitors witnessed a thriller at Goodison Park as Everton and Liverpool shared a 3-3 draw in the Merseyside derby. Philippe Coutinho and Kevin Mirallas struck early in the game before Luis Suarez gave the lead to Brendan Rodgers’ side. Romelu Lukaku netted twice on 72 and 82 minutes to put The Toffees ahead but Daniel Sturridge rescued a draw for The Reds minutes before time. Kevin Mirallas escaped a clear red card for a horrendous foul on Luis Suarez in the first half.

No “Fergie time” for United any more as The Red Devils let the victory slip out yet another time in Cardiff. Wayne Rooney opened the scoring on 15 minutes to see Fraizer Campbell equalize on 33 minutes. Patrice Evra gave the lead to United just before the break and the visitors looked set to take three points in the game. However, Rio Ferdinand failed to cover Bo-Kyung Kim in injury time allowing the Korean international to head home and bring Cardiff deserved draw.

Everton 3-3 Liverpool
Fulham 1-2 Swansea City
Hull City 0-1 Crystal Palace
Newcastle United 2-1 Norwich City
Stoke City 2-0 Sunderland
Arsenal 2-0 Southampton
West Ham United 0-3 Chelsea
Manchester City 6-0 Tottenham Hotspur
Cardiff City 2-2 Manchester United

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Author: Leon Smolski

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25 November 2013, 10:18

These arab... citizens are really scary at home.. 6 to Spurs, 5 to CSKA, 7 to Norwich, 3 to Everton, 5 to Wigan, 4 to United, 2 to Tigers, 4 to Newcaslte...... You are lucky to get away with 2 goals in the bag.

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Dogbreath
25 November 2013, 10:30

Spuds are shit. Always have been and always will be.

Forever in our shadow

Mind the 6ap!!

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25 November 2013, 12:52

Spurs are not exactly what you're calling'em. It's more about City being that good at Etihad. That's what I mean.

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