Boxing Day weekend not bad!
Premier League MW 19
West Ham 2 vs. 3 Southampton
Elyounoussi scored for Southampton in the 8th minute to give them the lead. Antonio equalised for West Ham in the 49th minute, but Ward-Prowse restored Southampton’s lead in the 61st minute via a penalty. Benrahma equalised for West Ham once again in the 64th minute but Bednarek scored the winner in the 70th minute for Southampton. West Ham drop down to 6th with the loss and are in poor form at the moment while Southampton finally win and move up to 14th in the table.
Tottenham 3 vs. 0 Crystal Palace
Simple 3-0 win for Tottenham as they take revenge for that loss earlier in the season. Kane and Moura scored in the 1st half while Son scored in the 2nd half. Tottenham move up to 5th with the win, 6 points behind Arsenal and with 3 games in hand. Palace drop down to 12th with the loss and will look to bounce back.
Norwich 0 vs. 5 Arsenal
Arsenal are gaining some steam as they thrashed Norwich 0-5 at Carrow Road. Saka, and Tierney scored in the 1st half while Saka, Lacazette and Smith-Rowe added more goals in the 2nd half. Norwich remain bottom of the table while Arsenal move up to 4th with four wins in a row. Arsenal doing well with some tough games ahead.
Man City 6 vs. 3 Leicester
A mad game with 9 goals. De Bruyne, Mahrez, Gundogan and Sterling scored four goals within 25 minutes to give City a massive lead. Maddison, Lookman, Iheanacho scored in quick succession to bring Leicester back into the game 4-3 but City scored two more goals via Laporte and Sterling to seal the win for themselves. City sit 6 points clear at the top of the table and continue to win while Leicester drop down to 10th in the table with the loss as they remain inconsistent.
Brighton 2 vs. 0 Brentford
Trossard scored in the 34th minute while Maupay scored in the 42nd minute to seal an important win for Brighton. Brighton jump up to 9th with the win while Brentford drop down to 13th and remain inconsistent similar to several other teams at the moment.
Newcastle 1 vs. 1 Man United
Saint-Maximin scored in the 7th minute for Newcastle and should have scored plenty more because they thrashed United on the pitch. David De Gea was key and helped United stay in the game and Cavani got one back for United to manage the point for them. Newcastle remain 19th in the table while United drop down to 7th in the table.