Manchester City v Everton: Premier League – as it happened - The Guardian
Peep! Peep! Peeeeeeep! Bobby Madley calls time on an entertaining, often fractious affair which ended with the teams sharing the spoils. Wayne Rooney put Everton ahead in the 35th minute, before his team-mate Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who was excellent ...
Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend's action - The Guardian (blog)
But in only his second Premier League
start Chalobah also led the match in both tackles and dribbles. It was his breakaway sprint that proved to be the catalyst for the opening goal. Rumours suggest the former Chelsea youth player might get a call-up ...
Premier League weekend review: Not the end of the world for Spurs - Sportsnet.ca
James Sharman, Danny Dichio and Craig Forrest discuss the growth and evolution of the Premier League
. John Molinaro | @JohnMolinaro August 21, 2017, 8:08 AM. John Molinaro @JohnMolinaro August 21, 2017, 8:08 AM. Here's what happened in the ...
Premier League grades: Stuart Pearce offers his verdict - SkySports
We've asked Sky Sports Now guest Stuart Pearce to give each side a grade, based purely on their weekend performance. So, how did your team fare? Did they get a stunning A*, an awful F, or something in between? Read on to find out.
Monday Morning Football: A definitive analysis of the Premier League weekend - Telegraph.co.uk
Week two of your 2017/18 Premier League
season is in the books, aside from Manchester City's home match with Everton on Monday night. It was a weekend rather lighter on shocks than the opening set of fixtures, largely because Stoke beating Arsenal at ...
Premier League stats of the weekend: Chelsea great when Alonso scores and Arnautovic sees red again - talkSPORT.com
The 73,587 crowd at Wembley was 41,739 up on Spurs' most recent home league
game (31,848 at White Hart Lane). As Bill Edgar in the Times' football supplement, The Game, points out that is the highest rise in the top division since March 1969 when ...
Premier League: 5 things we learned from the week gone by - Economic Times
Despite not starting either of Manchester United's Premier League
matches this season, Anthony Martial's impact has been felt as he's helped the club secure back-to-back 4-0 wins over West Ham and, on Saturday, Swansea. Jose Mourinho used Martial ...
Benitez: Maybe Toon not ready for Premier League - Sport24
Cape Town - Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez says his side must adapt quickly if they are to survive in the Premier League
. The Magpies were beaten 1-0 by Huddersfield Town on Sunday, making it two defeats out of two since their return to the ...
Premier League hotlist: Javier Hernandez, Jese Rodriguez, Henrikh ... - SkySports
Who were the best Premier League players from the weekend games? We take a look at the man-of-the-match performances in our hotlist.
Every Premier League done deal: The 108 confirmed arrivals of the summer window so far - Daily Star
It's been a hectic summer for Premier League
transfers, with 108 players coming in so far (not including the handful of players who have been signed but loaned straight back out). The likes of Romelu Lukaku, Alvaro Morata and Mohamed Salah may have ...