Game week 16( 8th December matches)
Game week 16( 8th December matches
LFC remains undefeated in the PL this season
Full-time at Vitality Stadium final score between Bournemouth and Liverpool was 0–4 with a total of 10752 spectators reported.
Alisson becomes the first player to remain unbeaten in his opening 16 appearances for the Liverpool overtaking Javier Mascherano’s previous record of 15.
Mohamed Salah became the first Liverpool player to score an away Premier League hat-trick in four years & eight months.
25′ 0–1 Mohamed Salah
48′ 0–2 Mohamed Salah
68′ 0–3 Steve Cook ( had the misfortune to make it 3–0 through an own goal)
77′ 0–4 Mohamed Salah
It’s 1–0 as the referee blows for full-time match between Arsenal vs Huddersfield at the Emirates Stadium.
Four Man of the Match performances in his last Five Premier League games appearances He scored his first goal for Arsenal was in the North London derby where He scored the winner today More recoveries than any other top-6 outfield player this term Lucas Torreira — best signing of the season.
It’s 1–0 as the referee blows for full-time at the Turf Moor between Burnley vs Brighton & Hove Albion.
Burnley ended a run of 8 matches without a win!
Brighton have so far enjoyed only 2 wins in their last 22 matches.
Jonathan Moss blows to end the match. The final score is 1–0 between Cardiff City and Southampton at the Cardiff city stadium.
Hassenhuttls’ first game as Soton’s manager ended up in disappointment! as Paterson’s goal was as a result from Vestegaard error.
That’s full-time at Old Trafford. The final score is 4–1 between Manchester United and Fulham with just about 74523 spectators who were live at the Old Trafford.
Jose recorder his 50th win as MUFC manager! Fulham on the other hand have conceded 20 top flight games making them to be at the foot of the Premier league table!
It’s 3–2 as the referee blows for full-time at the London stadium match between West Ham vs Crystal palace with a record of 56995 people in the crowd for today’s match.
Westham ended their 18 matches without a win!
This also Marks Crystal Palace’s 50th defeat in a London derby!