16 December, 2013 - 10:20

Manchester City put six past Arsenal, Liverpool stun Tottenham and more Premier League results

Manchester City put six past Arsenal, Liverpool stun Tottenham and more Premier League results

Extraordinary results at Etihad and White Hart Lane as Manchester City continue their incredible home run and Liverpool thrash Tottenham to put Andre Villas-Boas under fire.

Manchester City 6-3 Arsenal

Nine goals in the match of the day between Manchester City and Arsenal is more than anyone could expect. Arsenal had the best defence in the league before the match but City’s attack turned out to be too powerful for The Gunners. Aguero, Negredo, Fernandinho twice, Silva and Toure were on target for the home side while Walcott scored a brace and Mertesacker added a late goal for the visitors.

Arsene Wenger blaimed “lack of discipline” for conceding so many goals while Manuel Pellegrini admitted his side “can never get enough goals and always tries to improve”. However, City lost Sergio Aguero through calf injury and will need to find other striking options for upcoming matches. Laurent Koscielny had to step down in the first half after a knee injury.

Tottenham Hotspur 0-5 Liverpool

Outstanding Luis Suarez was a star man again as he scored twice and made two assists for Jon Flanagan and Raheem Sterling against The Spurs. Jordan Henderson completed a rout at White Hart Lane to put Andre Villas-Boas under more pressure after a 0-6 loss at Etihad three weeks ago. Quite incredibly, Liverpool do not seem to be too concerned about Gerrard and Sturridge missing and are now just two points adrift the top spot in the table.

Steve Clarke was shown a red card from West Brom’s board after a 0-1 loss in Cardiff which was the fourth straight defeat for the Baggies. Clarke has become a fourth Premier League manager to be dismissed in current campaign after Paolo Di Canio, Ian Holloway and Martin Jol.

Manchester City 6-3 Arsenal
Cardiff City 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea 2-1 Crystal Palace
Everton 4-1 Fulham
Newcastle United 1-1 Southampton
West Ham United 0-0 Sunderland
Hull City 0-0 Stoke City
Aston Villa 0-3 Manchester United
Norwich City 1-1 Swansea City
Tottenham Hotspur 0-5 Liverpool

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Author: Leon Smolski

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16 December 2013, 11:52

And now they sacked Villas-Boas, just like in Chelsea, right before Christmas, lol!

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