Premier League Matchday 10 Review

By  Umair Asif - 31 October 2016

Premier League Matchday 10 kept fans occupied throughout the weekend and made the title race even more intense. Matchday 10 was not just exciting but was also a goal fest.

The match between Stoke and Swansea is yet to be played and already 24 goals have been scored this week. Without any further delay, let’s take you through every fixture as it happened: 

Sunderland 1-4 Arsenal

The Gunners visited Stadium of Lights and delivered another impressive performance. The tie marked the return of Oliver Giroud, who wasted no time to be on the score sheet, scoring a brace.

Manchester United 0-0 Burnley

Burnley goalkeeper, Tom Heaton, produced a series of stunning saves to deny Man Utd a win at home. The Red Devils took 37 shots on goal but Tom Heaton blacked all of them. A hard -fought away point for Burnley and a well deserved one. 

Middlesbrough 2-0 AFC Bournemouth

Middlesbrough finally registered a win after a frustrating run of draws and defeats. Only the second win of the season so far for Middleborough came at home, with a clean sheet.

Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Leicester City

Only Claudio Ranieri came out victorious from White Hart Lane in a tie that ended in a draw. The Foxes’ manager maintained his unbeaten run against Spurs but Tottenham also retained their streak without a defeat.

Watford 1-0 Hull City

As predicted, Watford emerged at top in the first ever meeting between the two sides in the English top flight. An own goal from Dawson helped Watford move up to the 7th place on the table.

West Bromwich Albion 0-4 Manchester City

A breath of fresh air for Pep Guardiola as Man City slightly rolled back to their winning ways with a dominating away win against West Brom. Sergio Aguero and Ilkay Gundogan both scored a brace to help their side remain at the top spot on the table. 

Crystal Palace 2-4 Liverpool

A six-goal thriller at Selhurst Park of Matchday 10 saw four different goal scorers from Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp’s side stood victorious in this tie to level on points with Man City and Arsenal at the top.

Everton 2-0 West Ham United

Everton finally turned back to their winning ways after 4 disturbing Matchdays without a win. Romeo Lukaku became the third Everton player to score 50 Premier League goals.

Southampton 0-2 Chelsea

Goals from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa saw Chelsea edge past Saints and quietly went up the table to place themselves in the top four. The fine form of Diego Costa is working well for Conte and he will be vital if Chelsea wants to have a shot at the crown.

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