Man United inconsistency continues, Man City remains unbeaten, Arsenal and Spurs win, and more…

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West Ham 3-1 United 

Manchester United‘s failure this season continued, they started poorly and West Ham took advantage with a lead –  5 minutes into the game through Felipe Anderson –  a flick pass from Pablo Zabaleta (should have been ruled offside).  West Ham dominated the first half and scored again 2 minutes before half-time through an own-goal from Victor Lindelof, a deflected shot from Andriy Yarmolenko. First half ended  2-0 in favour of West Ham. 

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A cross kick goal from Felipe Anderson (BBC Sports)

The tempo of the game changed when Rashford was introduced early second-half, United kept pressing, then Marcus Rashford scored 70th minute from close range. He flicked in a goal from a corner kick delivery.

A foul on Rashford from Zabaleta and a defensive error from Manchester gave Marko Arnautović an opportunity to score the 3rd goal 3 minutes after Rashford scored. Match ended 3-1.

Arsenal 2-0 Watford

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Ozil celebrates his late goal for Arsenal (BBC Sports)

Two late goals from Arsenal –  Alex Iwobi’s low shot into the middle of the box for Alexandre Lacazette deflects off Craig Cathcart’s leg and into his own net 9 minutes to regulation time. Two minutes later, Alexandre Lacazette’s low cross for Mesut Ozil was scored with a first-time finish. Watford was well beaten 2-0.

Huddersfield Town 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane scored twice before half-time. His first goal of the match came 25th into the game. He heads a cross from Kieran Trippier. His 2nd goal came through a soft penalty 34th minute of the game as Florent Hadergjonaj lightly touches the shirt of Danny Rose and the left-back goes down. Match ended 0-2.

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Harry Kane celebrates his 145th goal for the club (BBC Sports)

Manchester City 2-0 BrightonRaheem SterlingRaheem Sterling

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Sane and Sterling celebrate first goal (BBC Sports)

Raheem Sterling continued his superb form for Manchester City, he scored 29th minute into the first half making it 6 goals in 6 games so far for City. Manchester City dominated both halves with 77% possession and earned a second goal from Sergio Agüero. Match ended 2-0

Other results: euroamerica.soccer/fixtures-results-2/

Everton 3-0 Fulham

Newcastle 0-2 Leicester 

Wolves 2-0 Southamptom 

Chelsea vs Liverpool to follow.

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