English Premier League Matchweek 6 Review: Things We’ve Learned

By  Football Pulp - 26 September 2016

What we have gathered so far from English Premier League Matchweek 6 is that the dominance of big guns cannot be challenged. Although, Man City has announced its supremacy at the top but teams like Arsenal, Man Utd and Liverpool made their intentions clear with their victories. All we can say is that the league is still not over and the contenders are yet to cement a place in the top half of the table. Another exciting, thrilling and breathtaking matchweek in the English Premier League is done and dusted and we are here with the major highlights of the weekend.

Manchester United 4-1 Leicester City

It was all over for the champions in the first half as Man Utd clearly dominated the proceedings by netting 4 goals in the first 45 minutes. Leicester had no answer for the shots thrown at them by Jose’s men. After 2 consecutive defeats, a splendid display of football from Red Devils was worth watching.



AFC Bournemouth 1-0 Everton

Everton tasted their first defeat of this season and were stunned by Bournemouth. The Cherries not only managed to seal the defeat but also stole a clean sheet. A tough night for Ronald Koeman’s men that saw them went down on the table drastically. 

Liverpool 5-1 Hull City

Liverpool was at their best making no slip and went on to clinch the victory smoothly. Back-to-back attacks at Hull’s goal past made the night miserable for the tigers who only managed to score a consolation.



Middlesbrough 1-2 Spurs

Son Heung-min came out of syllabus for Middlesbrough as the striker not only managed to level his score tally from the last season but also managed to play his part in the last seven goals scored by Spurs.

Stoke City 1-1 West Brom

Tony Pulis managed to keep his unbeaten run against Stoke but this was the first draw for Porters against him, after suffering defeat at the last 4 occasions. A crucial point preserved by Stoke that will be vital in the relegation battle.

Sunderland 2-3 Crystal Palace

An outstanding show was witnessed between the two sides, with Eagles running with all the three points. It was only the second time in history that Eagles managed to win a game from 2 goals behind.

Swansea City 1-3 Man City

Pep and his men are marching towards the Premier League title with six consecutive wins. The strategy is working and Pep’s magic is flowing in the right direction. Consecutive victories away from home against Swans in a week are a proof of brilliance that resides in the current Man City’s squad.



Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea

Chelsea came to Etihad with quite some confidence but received a hammering from the Gunners. A result nobody would have predicted saw the Blues lurking somewhere in the table. A 3-0 victory against a perfectly composed Antonio Conte’s side was a perfect anniversary gift for Arsene Wenger.



West Ham 0-3 Southampton

The Saints were out of reach against West Ham at the London Stadium, sealing a perfect 3-0 victory and also managing to keep a clean sheet, and that too away from home. Things are getting worse for the Hammers as the season is progressing.



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