Premier League results – 12th, 13th and 14th of September.

Saturday, 12/09/15:

Arsenal   2 vs 0   Stoke City
Walcott 31′
Giroud 85′

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Theo Walcott scored Arsenal's first home goal of the season!

Crystal Palace 0 vs 1 Manchester City
                                       Iheanacho 90′

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Remember the name - Nigerian wonderkid Kelechi Iheanacho scored the winner for City, seconds after coming onto the pitch!

Everton            3      vs    1       Chelsea
Naismith 17′, 22′, 82′                  Matic 36′

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Steven Naismith scored a perfect hat-trick as Everton condemned Chelsea to even more misery!

Manchester United    3 vs 1    Liverpool
Blind 49′                                       Benteke 84′
Herrera 70′ (Pen)
Martial 86′

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Anthony Martial scored with his first ever shot for Manchester United!

Norwich City 3 vs 1 Bournemouth
Jerome 35′                  Cook 81′
Hoolahan 52′
Jarvis 67′

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Norwich City were impressive in their 3-1 win over Bournemouth!

Watford 1 vs 0 Swansea City
Ighalo 59′

Sent off:
Behrami 64′

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Odion Ighalo scored as 10 man Watford put an end to Swansea's unbeaten start to the season!

West Bromwich Albion 0 vs 0 Southampton

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0-0 here and a rather boring game at The Hawthornes!

Sunday, 13/09/15:

Leicester City 3 vs 2 Aston Villa
De Laet 72′                   Grealish 39′
Vardy 82′                     Carles Gil 63′
Dyer 89′

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James Vardy celebrates the equaliser as The Foxes came from 2-0 down to beat Villa!

Sunderland 0 vs 1 Tottenham Hotspur
                                   Mason 82′

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Ryan Mason scores the winner in an end to end game at The Stadium Of Light!

Monday, 14/09/15:

West Ham United 2 vs 0 Newcastle United
Payet 9′, 48′

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Dimitri Payet dazzled as the Hammers moved up to fifth in the table!

So at the end of Week 5, Manchester City, still sit proudly at the top of the table and still haven’t conceded a goal. Impressive stuff.
Leicester have made a rather incredible start too, and their stunning comeback against Villa put them into Second place in the league table.
After their defeat at Upton Park, Newcastle are now bottom of the league.

How did your team perform this weekend?
Let AFEfootballnews know in the comments section below …

Posted by Arron Fôn Evans.

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