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Thursday, 30 November 2017

Arsenal on FIRE, Rooney on Hat-trick

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Bellow are updates on goals from Tuesday’s six Premier League matches and results of the fixtures after 90 minutes.

FT: And it is! Raheem Sterling snatches it at the death for Manchester City again…
GOAL! MAN CITY 2-1 SOUTHAMPTON (Sterling, 90+6)
Sterling plays a neat one-two with De Bruyne on the edge of the area, before collecting the Belgian’s return and then chipping an absolutely delightful effort into the top right-hand corner of the net. And that must surely be the winner….
FT: That’s it! All over at Goodison as Rooney steals the show with a stunning hat trick. The clinching strike will take some beating in the goal of the season running, after finding the net from INSIDE his own half.
FT: Mo Salah at it again for Liverpool… two goals off the bench takes his total in all comps to 17 for Liverpool.
Liverpool deserve the win, but perhaps Simon Mignolet should have been sent off in the first half for bringing down Diouf on the edge of the box.
Nothing lucky about the way the visitors finished things off once Salah arrived. They’re unbeaten in seven in all competitions.
FT: Sean Dyche’s team hold on for three valuable points, which take the Clarets to sixth in the league. The goals from Wood and Brady ensured Bournemouth could not get back into match, even though King netted a consolation for his side.
Burnley were resolute where the Cherries were not and just about deserved the victory at the Vitality. Not a happy birthday for Eddie Howe.
FT: It’s all over at Stamford Bridge and a relatively quiet game ends in Chelsea’s favour thanks to Antonio Rudiger’s first Premier League goal.
The most entertaining moment was Antonio Conte’s dismissal to the stands at the end of the first half, with both sides not at their best if they are honest.
But it’s points that matter, and Chelsea remain in third with 29 points and Swansea are stuck in 19th spot.
FT: And there goes the full-time whistle. Some night in the end for Arsene Wenger’s side, but it was not going all their way initially.
However, three goals in five second-half minutes took the game away from Huddersfield, who will leave thinking ‘What if’ after a tight first hour or so.
What a mess for Stoke, but what a player Liverpool have here in Mo Salah. The Premier League top scorer forces Pieters into an error at the last line, and he’s through on goal…
Grant rushes out, but Salah makes no mistake. He nips it under the goalkeeper, and that’s game over for sure.
GOAL! EVERTON 4-0 WEST HAM (Williams, 78)
Dreamland for the Toffees. Williams get across his marker from a corner, and loops a brilliant header into the top corner to cap a fine Everton display.
That should be that, and what a strike from Mo Salah the substitute.
Credit goes to Mane too, who fights at the byline, lifts one to the back post for Salah, but the Egyptian has so much to do.
He controls his volley from the left of the box, 12 yards out, and he’s slammed it into the back of the net. What a goal, and he’s on fire!
Wow, Saints are level as a ball is swung in from the left flank to the far post for sub Boufal to control instantly, before pulling the ball back for the waiting Romeu to sweep home. Game on…
It’s a second for Giroud! He appears to rob the ball off Kolasinac, who tricked his way into the six-yard box, but instead it’s the Frenchman who smashes it home from close range.
GOAL! EVERTON 3-0 WEST HAM (Rooney. He scores from halfway line)
Oh my word. Rooney has stuck one in from his own half. What a way to complete his hat-trick. Wayne Rooney’s hat-trick tonight came 2,272 days after his last (10 September 2011) – the longest gap between two hat-tricks by a player in Premier League history.
A Francis cross is chested into the path of Defoe who miss-hits the shot across the goal but he shouldn’t worry as the ball bounces to King at the back post where pounces to turn the ball home.
This is getting just ridiculous, but it’s no more than Ozil deserves, as he goes from being provider to getting on the scoresheet with a deft flick over Lossl.
Wayne Rooney (28 mins)
Oh David Moyes, when will things go right for you? Wayne Rooney scores twice against his old manager.
And that’s 10-0 to Everton in their five games against their old boss.
Tom Davies crosses, Jonjoe Kenny air-kicks (although he makes slight contact) andRooneyguides the ball home from about 12 yards out.
Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring their second goal
GOAL- Everton 1- 0 West Ham United
Wayne Rooney (18 mins)
Wayne Rooney takes his penalty but it’s SAVED by his former England team-mate Joe Hart. Unfortunately for the keeper, he palms the ball back into the middle of the box and Rooney heads the rebound into the back of the net.
Rooney celebrates scoring the opener for Everton…
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GOAL – Bournemouth 0-1 Burnley

Chris Wood (37 mins)
Deserved lead! The Clarets have been excellent and they take the lead after Steve Cook’s poor clearance gives the ball away. Jack Cork finds Robbie Brady, he comes inside to shoot, it’s blocked by Cook but falls kindly for Chris Wood who turns it over the line.
Chris Wood celebrates

GOAL – Arsenal 1-0 Huddersfield

Alexandre Lacazette (3 mins)
Alexandre Lacazette scores
Clinical stuff! A cracking goal from the Arsenal as they take a very early lead. Alexandre Lacazette starts the move off before finding Granit Xhaka, he plays it forwards and Aaron Ramsey helps the ball around the corner with a delicious backheel flick.
It’s perfectly into the path of Lacazette and he slots home confidently with his left foot from 15 yards.
Alexandre Lacazette celebrates
Sadio Mane (17 mins)
Controversy. Joe Gomez crosses – but was the ball out of play? – to Dominic Solanke, who finds Sadio Mane. Mane clips the ball over Lee Grant, who gets a touch but can’t keep it out. Roberto Firmino thinks about tapping the ball into the empty net but decides to leave Mane’s effort to go in unaided.
Sadio Mane of Liverpool celebrates

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