Tag: Premier League

Goal-Shy United Held By Hammers

Goal-Shy United Held By Hammers

Manchester United 0 West Ham United 0 Man United’s bubble was burst by the Hammers. United were dealt a hammer blow by West Ham as they were held to a draw at Old Trafford. This was the sixth goalless draw in a season that is rapidly raising concerns about United’s ability to score goals. With two more players admitted to the Carrington casualty department van Gaal had to reshuffle his pack once again. Rooney and Rojo joined the ever growing list of injured players this week, which makes the upcoming transfer window all the more crucial for the strengthening of the squad. United aimed to protect their unbeaten home record in the league this season against a West Ham side with a proven pedigree away from home, having already collected the scalps of Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea. Quite […]

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All Good Things Must Come To An End

All Good Things Must Come To An End

Jamie Vardy’s Record-Breaking Run Comes To An End Leicester City’s amazing season continued with an emphatic 3-0 win at Swansea. I doubt any Leicester City fan will take any great offence at the fact that most people are more than a little surprised by the incredible form that Leicester have shown this season. Not even the most die hard Leicester fan would have imagined that Claudio Ranieri’s men would be top of the league in December – and there on merit! Today it was the turn of Swansea City to discover why Leicester City must now be considered genuine title contenders. Swansea continued their poor run of form as they were swept away 3-0 by the Leicester bandwagon. Today it was Riyad Mahrez who grabbed the headlines though with a stunning hat-trick. Jamie Vardy came into today’s game having scored […]

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Jermain Defoe Takes Advantage of Defensive Howler to Stun Crystal Palace

Jermain Defoe Takes Advantage of Defensive Howler to Stun Crystal Palace

Wayne Hennessey, Crystal Palace’s goalkeeper, made a hash of clearing what a hopeful ball forward was, his miscalculation saw Sunderland’s Jermain Defoe slot in a goal. The blunder saw Sunderland emerge, leaders, ten minutes before the final whistle was blown. Jermain Defoe’s goal cemented Sunderland’s chances of avoiding relegation. Sunderland’s Defoe snatched a 1-0 win against Crystal Palace on Monday. Crystal palace’s goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey and centre-back Scott Dan blundered by making a hash clearing ball forward. Their error made it possible for Sam Allardyce’s make the second win in the on-going premier league season. Sunderland FC nicknamed the Black Cats have moved into 18th position above Bournemouth trailing Newcastle United in position and by a single point. Newcastle are sitting neatly on top of the bottom three teams. The Much Needed Win The former England international Defoe made a […]

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