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Luis Suarez scored two goals and added two assists in Liverpool's 5-0 route over Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

It was a magnificent display of domination by the Uruguayan forward who has now scored more goals (17) than 10 other Premier League teams this season. Suarez was given the Captain's armband with Steven Gerrard out due to injury and he couldn't have performed much better. His finishing was superb and his ability to distribute and involve the rest of his teammates was second to none. Head Coach Brendan Rogers called it "the most complete performance we've had all season." With the win Liverpool jump to second place in the table, two points behind league leaders Arsenal. Suarez is a must-have player and someone who should be in consideration for the captain's armband every week from here on out.
Sun, Dec 15, 2013 01:46:00 PM

Gabriel has looked better in Arsenal's new 3 CB formation but it wasn't to be today as he committed the penalty that effectively ended the North London Derby as a contest.

Arsenal loaded up on defenders and after 45 minutes it looked like it might be enough to earn them a draw or even a smash and grab three points. Instead, the defense crumbled, first allowing Christen Eriksen to slalom through on the way to a Dele Alli goal and then with Gabriel fouling Harry Kane in the box leading to a second goal via penalty. The defense-first alignment also meant that Arsenal were at a disadvantage going forward as Spurs had the numbers on them when they attacked. Alexis Sanchez had a few solid opportunities but nothing that will have really threatened Hugo Lloris' net. The only bright side on the day was that Manchester United and Manchester City both dropped points to inferior opposition leaving Arsenal with a lifeline for a top four spot despite the loss.
Source: espnfc.com
Apr 30 - 2:10 PM

Christen Eriksen broke open the Arsenal defense as he dribbled through the Gunners defense and caused a rebound that Dele Alli put home for the opener as Spurs beat Arsenal 2-0 in the final North London Derby at White Hart Lane.

For the first half it looked like Arsenal might have turned a new leaf as both sides had chances but both also held tight with a nil-nil scoreline going into the break. It was Christen Eriksen that broke the deadlock as he created a great opportunity. All Petr Cech could do was parry it and it fell to Dele Alli who slotted home for the opening goal. It didn't take long for Spurs to double their lead as Gabriel's naive defending saw Harry Kane draw and then convert a penalty. The result kept Spurs at four points behind Chelsea at the top and Arsenal remain behind Liverpool, Manchester City, and Manchester United in the race for Champions League places.
Source: espnfc.com
Apr 30 - 2:05 PM

Alvaro Negredo led the charge for Middlesbrough in a 2-2 draw with former club Manchester City at the Riverside on Sunday.

The Spaniard once wore sky blue before he left for Valencia, returning to the Premier League to haunt his former club as it looks desperate for a Champions League berth. Negredo gave Middlesbrough the shock lead in the 38th minute, curling an effort off the post that sent the home faithful into a frenzy. After Sergio Aguero equalized from the spot after Maarten de Roon took down Leroy Sane in the box in the 69th, Negredo was back at it. He fought through a crowded penalty area following a free kick and shot a pass through to Calum Chambers for another lead in the 77th. But Gabriel Jesus was able to pull one back to steal a point for City, although a hard-earned point helps Middlesbrough keep pace with 17th-placed Swansea City.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 11:26 AM

Alvaro Negredo led the charge for Middlesbrough in a 2-2 draw with former club Manchester City at the Riverside on Sunday.

The Spaniard once wore sky blue before he left for Valencia, returning to the Premier League to haunt his former club as it looks desperate for a Champions League berth. Negredo gave Middlesbrough the shock lead in the 38th minute, curling an effort off the post that sent the home faithful into a frenzy. After Sergio Aguero equalized from the spot after Maarten de Roon took down Leroy Sane in the box in the 69th, Negredo was back at it. He fought through a crowded penalty area following a free kick and shot a pass through to Calum Chambers for another lead in the 77th. But Gabriel Jesus was able to pull one back to steal a point for City, although a hard-earned point helps Middlesbrough keep pace with 17th-placed Swansea City.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 11:28 AM

Chelsea turned a close match into a blowout with three goals in the last 25 minutes of the match in a 3-0 win against Everton.

It took 66 minutes for Chelsea to find a breakthrough against the Toffees at Goodison Park with Pedro smashing in a scintillating effort with his left foot from the top of the box. Then it was Gary Cahill who doubled the club's lead in the 79th minute as Everton looked to push forward for an equalizer. The defender pounced on a spilled effort from Maarten Stekelenburg in goal following an Eden Hazard free kick to double the Blues' lead. Then Cesc Fabregas and Willian combined for a beautiful one-two effort after just coming off the bench, with the Brazilian coolly finishing for the third and final goal. Antonio Conte will surely be pleased given it's the Blues first clean sheet since the end of January.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 11:49 AM

Everton failed to score a goal for the second consecutive match following a 3-0 loss to Chelsea at Goodison Park.

It was the club's first loss at home in 2017, but the 3-0 scoreline may not truly represent how close the match was for the first hour. The Toffees had a clear defensive strategy to limit Eden Hazard's freedom down the wing, also putting a strong body on Diego Costa anytime he got near the ball. But the Toffees' wall slowly broke down until the 66th minute, when Pedro opened the scoring. With Chelsea holding a 1-0 lead, Everton threw its efforts into attack with Enner Valencia and Romelu Lukaku looking for an equalizer, but it soon got away from the Toffees who look certain to miss European qualification.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 11:54 AM

Manchester City failed to break away from rival Manchester United following a 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough on Sunday.

United's draw against relegation candidate Swansea City earlier in the day gave City hope that it could add to the one-point lead over its rivals for the fourth and final Champions League spot. But the Sky Blues had some trouble of their own with a relegation candidate in the Teessiders, led by former City striker Alvaro Negredo. Twice, they found themselves down a goal on Riverside, but City fans finally got their wish with a fluid attack featuring both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus. Both strikers scored to come back from one-goal deficits with Aguero providing a perfect cross for Gabriel Jesus' header in the 85th minute to ensure a point after Aguero's 69th-minute penalty.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 11:19 AM

Swansea City were looking to find an equalizer against Manchester United and it was Gyfli Sigurdsson who once again saved the day, scoring from a free kick as the two sides ended in a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.

If Swansea manage to escape relegation, it all falls on the shoulders of the Icelandic international. It was a typical first half of an Old Trafford match this season, as it looked to remain goalless at the break, but United were awarded a dubious penalty and converted, forcing the Swans to answer back. They did so by effectively stifling United from adding to their lead and converted on one magic moment from Sigurdsson, who sent a beautiful curling free kick into the top corner. Another free kick in stoppage time nearly saw the Swans win it, but Fernando Llorente failed to get an accurate touch on the well-placed ball from Sigurdsson. The point has Swansea keeping pace with Hull over the weekend, still two points behind the Tigers for safety.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 9:06 AM

Manchester United squandered a chance to move to a top four position in the table, if only for a couple of hours, as they could only muster a 1-1 draw at home against Swansea City.

While United may be suffering from injury woes, they had plenty of talent in today's XI to get a win at home over a club currently in the relegation zone. However, while their attack managed to work their way into scoring range several times, they were short on an end product. They would take the lead though just before halftime in controversial fashion when Marcus Rashford was adjudged to have been fouled by the Swans keeper in the box, allowing Wayne Rooney to convert a penalty. Replays rather clearly showed though that Rashford took a dive. Despite the good fortune, United could not widen their lead and eventually capitulated late on. They now draw level with rivals Manchester City in the table, but the Citizens have their game to play today.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 30 - 9:18 AM

One shot on target, one goal, and three points. It was vintage Leicester City as the Foxes beat West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorns.

One Jamie Vardy shot on target was all it took to give the Foxes all three points at the Hawthorns. Craig Shakespeare's side couldn't produce a second shot on frame so it was a good thing that Kasper Schmeichel repelled all four Albion shots and Vardy was clinical with his. The win should see the Foxes safely through to another season of top flight football.
Source: Espnfc.com
Apr 29 - 1:21 PM

It may be the only time they do it all season, but today Burnley were able to win on the road, scoring early and again late to upset Crystal Palace, 0-2.

And with that, Burnley can surely rejoice in spending a second straight season in the top flight. In a season that completely depended on positive results at home, the Clarets took a step forward by getting their first road win in eighteen attempts. Ashley Barnes opened the scoring in the 8th minute, finishing from close range and assisted by Stephen Ward. Ward would pick up a knee problem that he tried to play through, but needed to call it a day just before halftime. The Clarets managed to avoid a potential penalty awarded to Palace and despite plenty of possession for the Eagles in the final third, Burnley kept things tidy, with James Tarkowski contributing to a clean sheet in his first league start. Andre Gray came on as a substitute in the latter third of the match, and sealed the points by finishing well after service from a George Boyd through ball.
Source: NBC Sports
Apr 29 - 2:33 PM





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