Dec 042012
 


Manchester United are now 3 points clear at the top of the Premier League table after clinching a high-scoring win at Reading, while rivals Manchester City and Chelsea were unable to win their weekend games. At the other end of the table, Queens Park Rangers are still looking for their first win of the season.

We’ll try a different approach for the Premier League match day round-up this time, less text (or not at all), more goals and video. Here it is: all the goals from the latest Premier League weekend, including video post-match analysis. (If the videos don’t load right away, please reload the page). 

READING 3-4 MANCHESTER UNITED

(Robson-Kanu ’8, Le Fondre ’19, Morrison ’23 / Anderson ’13, Rooney ’16 pen, ’30, Van Persie ’34)

WEST HAM 3-1 CHELSEA

(Cole ’63, Diame ’86, Maiga ’90 / Mata ’13)

ARSENAL 0-2 SWANSEA

(Michu ’88,’90)

MANCHESTER CITY 1-1 EVERTON

(Tevez ’43 pen / Fellaini ’33)

FULHAM 0-3 TOTTENHAM

(Sandro ’56, Defoe ’73, ’77)

WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0-1 STOKE CITY

(Whitehead ’75)

LIVERPOOL 1-0 SOUTHAMPTON

(Agger ’43)

QUEENS PARK RANGERS 1-1 ASTON VILLA

(Mackie ’18 / Holman ’8)

NORWICH 2-1 SUNDERLAND

(Bassong ’8, Pilkington ’37 / Gardner ’45)

NEWCASTLE 3-0 WIGAN

(Demba Ba ’13, Pen ’21; Gael Bigirimana ’71)

Full league table and results are here, looking forward to reading your views on the latest Premier League action. As for me, I’m really disappointed by Arsenal this season, all I can say is I can’t wait for it to be over…






  2 Responses to “VIDEO Premier League MatchDay number 15”

  1. Well it was nice to finally see Newcastle end a torrid run of four defeats. I am just hoping this will spark our season back to life! Cisse couldn’t hit a cows ass with a banjo at the moment though, his head seems to be elsewhere.

  2. A very intresting week it was. Watching the Chelsea game was a ngihtmare, after going 1-0 up we just looked awful, kept loosing the ball and had far to many mistakes at the back, everything is looking a shambles and I can’t think of a time we were this bad, even last year under ABV we were better. It is clear the players don’t want to play for Benieitz, they know he won’t be their for the long term, RDM should never have been sakced anyways, Ambramovich needs to sort himself out.

    I was at the Newcastle match last night and it was nice to see them win after a poor run and I really don’t know what is going on with Arsenal, I think it is time Wenger changed is policy for good.

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