Arsenal 2-0 Liverpool
With ten games down the Premier League table is starting to shape up nicely for Arsene Wenger’s side. The North Londoners now sit 5 points clear at the top after a 2-0 win over an inform Liverpool side. Goals from Santi Corzola and Arron Ramsey securing the 3 points, Ramsey’s goal particularly special.
Manchester City 7-0 Norwich
Elsewhere Manchester City were the big winners of the weekend, racking up an impressive seven goals, all from different goal scorers, against the unfortunate visitors Norwich.
Newcastle 2-0 Chelsea
In Saturday’s early kick off, Newcastle shocked second place Chelsea with a well earned 2-0 win over Jose Mourinho’s side.
Fulham 1-3 Manchester United
Manchester United continued their return to the top end of the table with a fairly easy away win against a poor Fulham side. Goals from Valencia, van Persie and Rooney heaping more pressure on Fulham Boss Martin Jol.
Hull 1-0 Sunderland
Lee Cattermole and Andrea Dossena made Sunderland’s day all the more difficult, both seeing red in the first half away to hull. An own goal was all it took to decide this clash, Carlos Cuellar the culprit.
Stoke 1-1 Southampton
Artur Boruc was the unfortunate victim of a bizarre goal from opposite number Asmir Begovic, the Stoke Goalkeeper scoring after only 13 seconds after punting a backpass from kickoff. One to see on youtube! It wasn’t enough to earn the three points however, with Jay Rodriguez earning the draw for the visiting Saints.
West Brom 2-0 Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace made it seven Premier League defeats in a row, this time falling to West Bromwich Albion. Goals from Berahino and Gareth McAuley moved the Baggies to 11th.
West Ham 0-0 Aston Villa
There were to be no goal at Upton Park as the Hammers entertained Aston Villa. This draw earned West Ham their first points of their last four games, coming off three Premier League defeats in a row.
Everton 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur & Cardiff 1-0 Swansea
After plenty of goals on Saturday, Sunday was somewhat of a disappointment for those of us who enjoy a bulging net. Tottenham earned a respectable point away to Everton in a goalless draw at Goodison Park while Cardiff earned Welsh bragging rights in the first all Welsh Premier League clash. A powerful header from Steven Caulker giving the home side all three points in South Wales.