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Premier League: Matchday 12 Results, Goal Scorers and Analysis

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Premier League Matchday 12
Premier League Matchday 12 results

Chelsea retained their top spot with a huge 3 nil victory over Leicester City, Man City remained at second position trailing with 3 points.

Leicester 0-3 Chelsea

Leicester City extended their poor season performance with 3 nil loss at home. Goals came from Antonio Rudiger, Ngolo Kante and Christian Pulisic. Read Full Analysis of Leicester City VS Chelsea FC

Hakim Ziyech and Cristian Pulisic after Match
Hakim Ziyech and Cristian Pulisic after Match, Credits: reuters.com

With 12 matches played in the Premier League, Leicester City have only 15 points and are seated 12th in the EPL table.

Newcastle 3-3 Brentford

Newcastle caught Brentford by surprise landing the first blow in the 10th Minute, Lascelles dispatched Ritchie’s corner kick with a fine header. Brentford equalized the score a minute later and it was Toney who came back to haunt his former team, his strike was straight in-between the GK’s legs.

Allan Saint-Maximin shoots at goal
Matchday 12: Allan Saint-Maximin shoots at goal, Credits: reuters.com

Rico Henry put Brentford ahead in the 31st minute only for Joelinton to equalize few minutes later. Onyeka’s (Brentford Player) took a deflection off Lascelles and hit the back of the net, Allan Saint-Maximin later leveled the score and the match ended 3-3.

Burnley 3-3 Crystal Palace

All the action was indeed witnessed in the First Half of the fixture, Christian Benteke opened the scoring in the 8th Minute – Burnley’s Ben Mee and Chris Wood leveled the game and extended the score.

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Premier League Results: Wilf Zaha in action
Premier League Results: Wilf Zaha in action

Benteke scored his brace and the first Half ended in a 2-2 draw. Though the action we saw in the First period was far superior than the second, a superb equalizer from Burnley’s Maxwell Cornet raised the roof at Turf Moor.

Aston Villa 2-0 Brighton

Steven Gerrard’s Managerial career at Villa Park got underway with a victory which Aston Villa has so deeply needed for about the last 5 or 6 games.

Ollie Watkins Premier League
Ollie Watkins Premier League, Credits: Reuters

Ollie Watkins and Tyrone Mings grabbed late goals at the 84th and 89th minutes respectively securing all three points for their team.

Watford 4-1 Manchester United

A sad result for The Red Devils’ once again, this time Ole resigned from his Job as Head Coach. See Analysis of Watford VS Man United

Bruno Fernandes and Ole Gunnar after Watford Defeat
Ole Gunnar and Bruno Fernandes Credits:reuters.com

Maguire’s red card extinguished ounces of hope for Man United after Van De Beek’s equalizer, now that Ole’s gone.. Manchester United need a new Manager who will rotate the squad and give the ‘Benchmen’ a chance to shine.

Wolves 1-0 Westham

Raul Jimenez scored the only Goal to Separate the two sides in Second Half of the Fixture securing 3 points for his team.

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Raul Jimenez scores for Wolves
Raul Jimenez scores for Wolves. Credits: Reuters.com

Wolves are now 6th in the Premier League table, loosing only once in their last five fixtures. Let’s hope this form continues.

Norwich 2-1 Southampton

Tables turned around Southampton, they broke the deadlock only for them to end up defeated. Teemu Pukky and Grant Hanley secured 3 points for Norwich.

Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal FC

The Gunners suffered huge humiliation at Anfield and the fans are still wondering why the Club’s board haven’t sacked Mike Arteta.

Mohammed Salah's Celebration after scoring
Mohammed Salah’s Celebration after scoring. Credit: reuters.com

All Liverpool Forwards scored in that match, they include: T. Miniamino, Diogo Jota, Sadio Mane and Mohammed Salah.

Manchester City 3-0 Everton

Sterling put the Citizens ahead in the First Period of the Fixture, Rodri scored a stunner from 25 yards in the second period and Bernardo Silva’s close-range strike sealed all three points for City.

Bernardo Silva Celebration
Bernardo Silva Celebration. Credits to reuters.com

Manchester City are second in the Premier League table, 3 points behind Chelsea FC with 26 points in 12 games.

Tottenham 2-1 Leeds United

Tottenham came from behind to defeat Leads United in a very entertaining fixture. Daniel James shocked the hosts with a Tap-in finish in the first period while the second period bore goals for Spurs.

Tottenham are 7th in the Premier League with 19 points in 12 games.

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