Manchester United traveled to St. James’ Park looking to build momentum from their domination of Huddersfield a week ago with a massive match against Chelsea upcoming.
Do you ever hear people talking about Game of Thrones as the greatest TV show ever? And do you like me wonder if they’ve ever seen The Sopranos? That’s how I feel when people talk about Liverpool 4 Newcastle 3 as the greatest game in Premier League history.
Chelsea secured a hard earned away win away at Bournemouth on Saturday, with Eden Hazard’s 51st minute strike enough to give the visitors all three points.
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The ‘Super Sunday’ clash at the King Power looked set to be an encounter of the two manager-less sides in the Premier League.
Arsenal were victorious at Goodison Park with a 2-5 win over a lacklustre Everton side.
There will be a profound sigh of relief around Southampton this week as Sofiane Boufal’s late wonder-goal took Tony Pulis’ side to now having just two wins in 18 matches, as their encounter versus West Bromwich Albion finished 1-0 in favour of Mauricio Pelligrino’s side.
The 1-0 scoreline at St James’ Park reflects the type of game between Newcastle United and Crystal Palace perfectly, as it lacked energy, pace and talking points, however, it doesn’t however convey the fact it was actually Crystal Palace who looked most likely to win the game from the outset.