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Premier League Matchday 22

Another week in the Premier League, with two major clashes on Sunday. Manchester United claimed a narrow 2-1 derby success against Liverpool while Man City subdued Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. Time to see how the weekend matches went:

Another week in the Premier League, with two major clashes on Sunday. Manchester United claimed a narrow 2-1 derby success against Liverpool while Man City subdued Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. Time to see how the weekend matches went:

Arsenal Vs Manchester City

Another poor display from Arsenal as they went down to a 2-0 defeat. After Dzeko missed a penalty for a foul from Koshceinly he scored the second after James Milner to give City their first away win at Arsenal for 37 years.

Full time score: 0-2

My Man of the Match: Edin Dzeko

Aston Villa Vs Southampton

It seems Villa’s luck gets worse as they are looking like a team that could be playing Championship football, the only goal of the game, the winner coming from a Ricky Lambert penalty even though replays show that it should not have been given.

Full time score: 0-1

My Man of the Match: Ricky Lambert

Everton Vs Swansea

Spain coach Vincente Del Bosque (think that’s how you spell it!) was in the crowd to watch Spaniard Michu for his next squad, shame he couldn’t score neither could anyone else in a 0-0 draw.

Full time score: 0-0

Fulham Vs Wigan Athletic

Fulham have been struggling of late however a brilliant opening goal from Karagounis put them in front before Franco Di Santo stole a late point for the Latics.

Full time score: 1-1

My Man of the Match: Franco Di Santo

Manchester United Vs Liverpool

One of the biggest games in English football and Robin Van Persie put United in front before Vidic put them 2-0 ahead. New signing Daniel Sturridge then came of the bench and scored his 2nd as many games however it wasn’t enough as United held on.

Full time score: 2-0

My Man of the Match: Danny Welbeck

Norwich City Vs Newcastle United

An utter bore feast, nothing much else to say. Newcastle are close to signing Loic Remy from Marseille though, maybe that will solve a problem or two after Demba Ba’s departure.

Full time score: 0-0

Reading Vs West Bromich Albion

A great game all in all. Inside 70 minutes a double from on loan striker Romelu Lukaku looked like it had won it for West Brom, 12 minutes later Jimmy Kebe did get one back. Adam Le Fronde then scored a penalty and then was 2-2 before substitute Pavel Pogbreyank salvaged a late priceless win for the Royals.

Stoke City Vs Chelsea

Even though my opinion of Rafa hasn’t and never will change Chelsea were the first side in a long time to win at Stoke and in style, 2 own goals from John Walters put them 2-0 up before a Frank Lampard penalty made him 2nd in the leading scorers list for Chelsea of all time before a special goal from Eden Hazard wrapped it up after Walter’s missed a penalty.

Full time score: 0-4

My Man of the Match: Frank Lampard

Sunderland Vs West Ham

Goals from Larsson, Johnson and McLean gave Sunderland all 3 points.

Full time score: 3-0

My man of the Match: Adam Johnson

QPR Vs Spurs

Another boring one, but a good result for QPR considering their season so far.

Full time score: 0-0

So another week goes by in the Premier League, if you would like to see the current table click here , that’s all for today and comeback next week as we hit week 23. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments until then.



  1. Ana Garcia

    January 14, 2013 at 19:37

    Am a little surprised at the reaction Rafa Benitez is getting from Chelsea fans (my boyfriend is the same) I am surprised that they managed to attract anyone of such a caliber.

    It seems the owner is obsessed with Pep and its easy to see why but Guardiola will want time something he wont get at Chelsea due to their recent sackings Rafa has an excellent record in Spain with Valencia, won the Champions League with Liverpool and got to another final I think and had to pick up the pieces left from a broken Inter Milan team that massively overachieved to get to win the Champions league

    Chelsea could do alot worse than him with a proven record of winning big games, trophies and titles so maybe give him a chance and he might just be exactly the manager Chelsea need.

    Tactically one of the best coaches around and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him take the Spanish job should Del Bosque leave or the Real Madrid one if Mourinho go’s.

  2. Johnny Karp

    January 15, 2013 at 06:16

    Liverpool were so lame in the first half, it’s a shame they didn’t play the kind of football they played in the second half right from the start. United are very strong though, I can’t see how they’d lose the title this season but there still is a long way to go.

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