Jose Mourinho

Match week 3: No hiding place for Mourinho as Tottenham inflict more misery on United

A total of 29 goals was scored in match week 3 as there were also some few surprises. Mourinho’s Man United failed to convince against Tottenham, while Man City settled for a draw against Wolves. Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Watford continued their winning streak, with Arsenal and Fulham getting their first win of the season.


Wolverhampton Wanderers  1 – 1  Manchester City

Man City saw their first dropped points of the season at the Molineux Stadium. It was a tough encounter with Wolves taking the lead  in the 57th minute through Willy Boly, but defender Laporte gave city a 69th minute equalizer. Despite City’s efforts to get a winner Wolves proved a strong nut to crack.


AFC Bournemouth  2 : 2  Everton

Richarlison of Everton

Everton’s Richarlison saw a red card against Bournemouth

It wasn’t good news as usual for Richarlison as he saw a red card against Bournemouth. Despite, Richarlison red card Everton took the lead through Theo Walcott. Defender Michael Keane added a second for Everton after Bournemouth’s Adam Smith had been sent off. Bournemouth ran riot in the 70s scoring in the 75th and 79th minutes through striker Joshua King and defender Nathan Ake respectively.


Arsenal  3 : 1  West Ham United

The gunners got their first win of the season against West Ham.  Marko Arnautovic gave the hammers a 25th minute lead but defender Nacho Monreal leveled the scores for Arsenal in the 30th minute. Arsenal took control of the second half with Issa Diop own goal and Welbeck late goal giving them a befitting win.


Huddersfield Town  0 : 0  Cardiff City

Cardiff played out goalless draw against Huddersfield.  Huddersfield Jonathan Hogg was sent off in the 63th minute but Cardiff couldn’t capitalize on their extra man advantage. It now leave Cardiff three games without a goal since their return to the premier league


Southampton  1 : 2  Leicester City

At St. Mary’s stadium Ryan Bertrand scored a brilliant goal to give Southampton the lead. Demarai Gray equalized for Leicester in the 56th minute, while Harry Maguire 90th minute strike ensured Leicester went home with all 3 points. Southampton Pierre Hojbjerg was sent off in the 77th minute.


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Liverpool  1 : 0  Brighton & Hove Albion

It was not fun as usual for Liverpool as they had to win with the odd goal against Brighton. Brighton came into the match on the back of a 3-2 win against Man United. They gave a good account of themselves as they only fell to Salah’s 23rd minute strike.


Watford  2 : 1  Crystal Palace

Roberto Pereyra

Roberto Pereyra scored Watford first goal against Crystal Palace

Pereyra and Jose Holebas were on target as Watford made it 3 wins in 3 matches for the season. Etienne Capoue escaped a red card after an ugly challenge on Zaha. Crystal Palace goal came through Zaha in the 78th minute.


Fulham  4 – 2  Burnley

Fulham got their first win of the season at home against Burnley. It was a goal galore as Fulham scored 4 times with Burnley adding 2 more goals to make it 6 goals in the match. New signing Michael Seri gave Fulham the lead while Jeff Hendrick equalized for Burnley. 2 quick goals from Mitrovic made it difficult for Burnley. Defender James Tarkowski scored a second goal for Burnley to give them some hope, but Andre Schurrle 83rd minute strike put the game beyond Burnley reach.


Newcastle United  1 : 2  Chelsea

Records were against Chelsea as they traveled to Newcastle, but The Blues came out victorious. It was a very tight game as a defensive Newcastle held Chelsea for most of the game, until Eden Hazard broke the deadlock from the penalty spot. Newcastle responded with an equalizer through substitute Joselu but Yedlin own goal condemn Newcastle to a defeat.


Manchester United 0 : 3 Tottenham Hotspur

The atmosphere at Man united is not friendly after their 0-3 loss to Tottenham. United started the game well, dominating most part of the first half. It all changed in the second half when Harry Kane scored the first goal of the game for Tottenham followed by a quick second from Lucas Moura. United then went all out in search of equalizers but Lucas Moura second strike put the game beyond their reach.


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