Premier League week 7

Premier League week 7 Roundup + Highlights

Premier League week 7 started with Friday game where Everton hosted Crystal Palace with both team search for a win to close the gap with premier league leaders. Lukaku scores the first goal of the game with an incredible strike from a free-kick. Later in the match. Crystal Palace equalizes throw Benteke to end the game with a 1-1 draw, and two teams share the points.

Dimitri Payet set the Olympic Stadium on fire with a stunning solo goal which plunged the home fans into a wave of ecstasy. West Ham failed to grab the win against Middlesbrough as they continued their winless run in the League but some positives can be taken out of that game.

Stuani headed home early in the second half to give Middlesbrough the lead, but the 57th minute saw Dimitri Payet score a spectacular goal which ensured the game would end as a draw.

Diego Costa continued his sublime run of form against Hull City with a deftly executed curler that found its way into the bottom-right corner. Willian also got on the scoresheet courtesy of an assist from Costa.

The win against Hull ended Chelsea’s three games winless run in the Premier League. As things stand, the Blues currently sit at 7th place in the League table having amassed a total of 13 points.

Elsewhere, Swansea proved to be a tough opponent for Liverpool, but the Reds managed to grab all three points at the Liberty Stadium.

Leroy Fer opened the scoring with an eight-minute strike, but goals from Firmino and James Milner put the game to bed for Liverpool.

The Reds are currently 4th on the League table with 16 points from seven games, two points behind league leaders Manchester City.

Vicarage Road hosted an entertaining fixture which saw Watford and Bournemouth score two goals apiece.

Bournemouth took the lead twice through Callum Wilson and Josh King. In a similar manner, Watford equalised twice courtesy of goals from Troy Deeney and Isaac Success.

David Moyes seems to be having a hard time with Sunderland following another winless game for the Black Cats.

Nacer Chadli put West Brom in front before Patrick Van Aanholt bagged the equaliser for Sunderland.

Manchester United was held to a draw by Stoke City as the Potters attempted to rekindle their form at Old Trafford.

Anthony Martial struck home to put Manchester United in front, Joe Allen then salvaged a point for Stoke with a late equaliser.

The Citizens suffered their first defeat at the hands of Tottenham which saw their winning streak come to an end.

Tottenham secured a 2-0 home win over Manchester City. Aleksandar Kolarov put the ball into his own net in the 9th minute whilst Dele Alli completed the scoring in the 37th minute.

The defeat was Guardiola’s first in 12 games as City boss, but despite the result, Manchester City is still seen as firm favourites to win the title.

Leicester played out a goalless draw against Southampton in a game that can be best described as a drab affair. Both sides will rue the chances they failed to convert chances into goals as they currently languish in mid-table.

Arsenal left it late against Burnley as Laurent Koscielny put the ball in the back of the net with an unintentional handball.

This was Arsenal’s fifth win in a row across all competitions and Wenger’s are currently third on the league table.

It was also a special occasion for Arsene Wenger as the Frenchman celebrated his 20th anniversary as Arsenal boss.

​Premier League table after 7 games 

Premier League table after 7 games


Everton Vs Crystal Palace


Swansea City Vs Liverpool


Hull City Vs Chelsea


Watford Vs Bournemouth


West Ham United Vs  Middlesbrough


Manchester United Vs Stoke City


Tottenham Vs Manchester City


Burnley Vs Arsenal


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