English Premier League, Match Day 10

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Here is a brief recap of this weekend’s EPL action. Newcastle United stunned Liverpool, scoring the only goal of the game in the 73rd minute (the goal scorer was Ayoze Pérez)! Burnley held Arsenal to 0-0 all the way up to the 70th minute when Alexis Sanchez netted to put the gunners in the lead. Arsenal then scored two more times to win, 3-0. QPR looked as if they might be able to tie Chelsea, 1-1, but then they gave up a penalty in the 75th minute, which Eden Hazard finished to win the game for the Blues. Everton tied 0-0 with Swansea City. Victor Wanyama scored in the 3rd minute to hand Southampton the win over Hull. Esteban Cambiasso scored his second goal of the season against his own team (Leicester) and West Brom went on to win 1-0. That’s definitely one he’ll wanna forget. Sunderland beat Crystal Palace, 3-1, to pull clear of the relegation zone. West Ham United came from 2-0 down to Stoke to tie, 2-2. Aston Villa were 1-0 up on Tottenham and playing quite well, but when Christian Benteke was sent off in the 65th minute everything went downhill. The Hotspurs tied the game at one in the 84th minute and then the substitute, Harry Kane, scored a beautiful free kick in the 90th minute to win the game. Now for the Manchester Derby, contested between Manchester City and Manchester United. The game was pretty even until Chris Smalling was sent off (both of the yellow cards he picked up were needless). Then the Reds’ other center back, Marcos Rojo had to make way for Patty McNair due to an injury. Seven minutes after that Sergio Agüero scored, which proved to be the only goal of the game. Man City won, 1-0.

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