In the first match played on Sunday, Tottenham Hotspur celebrated a high 4-0 home win against Watford, putting more pressure with in on the league toppers, Chelsea.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men scored three before the end of the first half, trough Alli 33′, Dier 39′ and Heung-Min Son 44, while in the second half in the 54th minute Heung-Min Son scored another, completed his double and sealed the final result at the White Hart lane.
Manchester City took advantage of Hull City’s poor away form and enrolled a 3-1 win. The Citizens opened the scoring thanks to an own goal of Ahmed El Mohamady in the 31st minute. Agüero at the start of the second half increased the lead, while Delph in the 64th minute resolved a question of a winner at Etihad. Late in the game, the Italian, Ranocchia scored one for the visitors, sealing the final result, Man City 3, Hull City 1. With three points, Man City solidified their grip on a place in the Premier League’s top four, which leads into Champions league competition next season.
The Reds from Liverpool boosted their Champions League hopes after pulling a comeback win at the Britannia Stadium to beat the Potters 2-1. Walters just before the end of the first half scored to give his side a lead, but two minutes in the second half was needed for the Reds to score two, trough two Brazilians (Philippe Coutinho 70′, Roberto Firmino 72′) and to take all three points.
The London Blues, continued their march to the Premier League title by taking all three points at Bournemough and restoring their seven-point lead at the top of the table. Smith’s own goal helped Antonio Conte’s men in taking all three points from The Goldsands Stadium. Eden Hazard continued his fine form by scoring for 2-0. King before the end of the first half scored one for the home side, putting a doubt for the Blues fans’ but Marcos Alonso in the 68th scored a third goal for Chelsea, sealing the Blues 3-1 win.
Middlesbrough 0 – 0 Burnley
WBA 0 – 0 Southampton
West Ham United 1-0 Swansea City
Premier league table