After the last Premier league round where in many games twists and comebacks happen, a new round brought something new. All home teams have scored at least three goals and in a total 29 goals were scored.
A perfect day for the home teams in the 15th round of the Premier League ruined Crystal Palace, who in the 89th minute over Campbell scored for the final 3:3, and took a point against Hull City. In all other matches hosts celebrated and scored three goals.
A crazy Saturday in Premier league started with an early game between Watford and Everton in which Lukaku double, in the end wasn’t enough for the Toffees to take at least a point. The game ended with Watford’s 3-2 win.
Arsenal – Stoke 3:1 (Walcott 42′, Özil 49′, Iwobi 75′ / Adam 29′-11m)
Arsenal after going behind with Adam’s penalty in the 29th minute, pulled a comeback win. First, Walcott scored an equalizer before the end of the first half, while in the second half, the Gunners scored two more over Ozil in the 49th minute and Iwobi in the 75th minute and sealed their 14th consecutive home win against the Potters and hit the Premier league top, having the same number of points as Chelsea who’ve played a game less.
Burnley FC with goals of Hendrick (13′) and Ward (16′) was in control until the first half’s last minute goal of Afobe. Boyd in the 75th minute scored this for the home side and sealed a win. Daniels in the injury time scored for the final 3-2.
Swansea City at home with 3-0 celebrated against Sunderland. Sigurdsson opened the scoring in the 51st from a penalty, Llorente three minutes later scored for 2-0 while in the 80th minute the Spaniard scored his second and thus set the final score, Swansea 3, Sunderland 0.
In the late game, the Champion, Leicester City hosted Pep Guardiola’s Man City. Already in the first half it was 3-0 for the Foxes. Vardy early in the game opened the scoring (3′), King just two minutes later increased a to 2-0. In the 20th minute Vardy scored for 3-0. In the second half, the Citizens have tried to do something more, but Vardy scored again, making a four goal lead and completed a hat-trick. Kolarov reduced the score late in the game from a freekick while in injury time, Nolito settled the final score, Leicester 4, Man City 2.
Premier league table