Burnley striker Danny Ings scored twice as the newly-promoted outfit produced a rearguard display to take all three points at the Britannia stadium, reports BBC Sport.
The visitors took the lead in the 12th minute, with Ings scoring from close range after Stoke ‘keeper Asmir Begovic parried an effort into his path. A minute later, Ings doubled Burnley’s lead, scoring in the area once more after a Michael Kightly low ball into him.
Moussa Sissoko scored the only goal of the game against newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers to earn Newcastle their fifth Premier League win on the bounce, reports BBC Sport.
Newcastle started the game strongly, with chances from Ryan Taylor and Ayoze Perez being the closest they came from the opening exchanges. But the first-half had little clear-cut opportunities from either side and ended goalless.
Rangers striker Charlie Austin, ...More
Goals from Stevan Jovetic and Yaya Toure saw Manchester City come from a goal down to leave the Etihad with all three points in the bag, reports BBC Sport.
Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony shocked the hosts by scoring inside of ten minutes. The Ivorian international brought down a pass from Nathan dyer, before finishing past Joe Hart in the Man City goal.
However, the home side were level less than 10 minutes later. Steven Joveti...More
Leicester’s winless and scoreless run continued, but they come away with the positives after a scoreless draw at home to Sunderland, reports BBC Sport.
Clear-cut chances were at a premium between the two sides on Saturday, with Leicester’s Jeffrey Schlupp and Matty James arguably having the best opportunities to put the Foxes in front in the game. Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher will also feel he could have broken the deadlock, b...More
Goals from Romelu Lukaku and Leon Osman sealed the victory for Roberto Martinez’s side, who finished the evening level with Arsenal in the table, reports BBC Sport.
Lukaku opened the scoring in the 26th minute, tucking away Ross Barkley’s rebounded effort to give Everton the lead. It was a tempestuous affair at Goodison Park, with the referee at times struggles to maintain control of the game.
Everton held onto their lead until the...More
First-half goals from Diego Costa and Eden Hazard did the damage for Chelsea against West Bromwich Albion, with Jose Mourinho’s side opening up a seven-point lead at the summit, reports BBC Sport.
It was Costa who opened the scoring after 10 minutes. The Brazilian-born Spanish international volleyed home early in the first-half to get Chelsea on their way. Eden Hazard then doubled the Blues to make matters worse for Alan Irvine’s men...More
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