18 September, 2012 - 12:54

Premier League is marching on!

Premier League is marching on!

The Premier League weekend brings unexpected results

Arsenal thrashed Southampton at the Emirates stadium producing a first-class display of attacking football. The capital club scored four goals in the first 45 minutes, as the Saints were simply unable to cope with Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla who proved to be the players of genuine quality. In the second half Arsenal added two more goals and after this amazing victory reached the 3rd position in the table.

Liverpool did not manage to win again, ending in a draw against Sunderland. Reds had a number of chances to open the score, yet had to equalize after the opening goal by Fletcher. Despite having possession, Liverpool’s forward Luis Suarez scored only one long-awaited goal with his left foot. After the match Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers claimed that his players showed terrific performance, playing with good tempo and creativity.

Stoke was battling hard against the title holders Manchester City. Peter Crouch had put the hosts in the lead after scoring a controversial goal, though the Citizens equalized with a header by a new signing Javi Garcia. Dzeko had all chances to bring three points to City, but Stoke’s centre-back Shawcross kicked the ball out of the post.

The results of the 4th playing day:

Everton 2-2 Newcastle
Reading 1-3 Tottenham
Norwich 0-0 West Ham
Arsenal 6-1 Southampton
Aston Villa 2-0 Swansea
Fulham 3-0 West Bromwich
Man Utd 4-0 Wigan
QPR 0-0 Chelsea
Stoke 1-1 Man City
Sunderland 1-1 Liverpool

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Photo source: sportinglife.com

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