Alexis Sanchez emerged man of the match in the game between Hull City vs Aresnal. He scored 2 goals. Walcott boosted the gunners’confidence in the 2nd half after Livermore had been flashed a red card 5mins before half time for blocking Iwobi’s goal attempt with his hand(most fans disagreed to this on twitter, saying he didn’t deserve a red card).
The fighting tigers refused to relent despite 1 man down, Snodgrass gives them a hope with a goal at 79 mins, and just when they thought they can stand the fight, Sanchez made his 2nd goal at 83 mins and then Xhaka at 2 mins of additional time, bringing the total score to 1-4 in favor of Arsenal.
On the other games Leicester City had a 3-0 win against Burnley with Islam Slimani giving 2 goals at the last wrap of 1st half and the restart. An own goal from Ben Mee in the 78th min of the game completed the scoring.
Manchester City played host to AFC Bournemouth and although they had a red card too, they had a 4-0 victory. Kevin de Bruyne opened the scoring, followed by Nigeria’s Kelechi Iheanacho, and then that of Raheem Sterling and IIkay Gundogam.
West Bromwich Albion vs West Ham United was such an amazing game with West Brom racing into a 4-0 lead before 1st half was over. Nacer Chadli scored twice followed by Salomon Rondon and James McClean. West Ham utilized the 2nd half of the game, but not as their opponent did the 1st half; Michail Antonio made his 5th league goal as he scored at 61 min and then Manuel Lazini’s penalty gave the visiting side a hope. The game ended with a 4-2 victory for the host club.
The last Saturday game was that of Everton vs Middlesbrough.
It ended with a 3-1 in favor of Everton. Barry, Coleman and R.Lukaku scored for the Everton side while Stekelenburg gave the visiting side the hope goal, an own goal.