So a lot of things happened in week six of the EPL. With Chelsea probably rising out of their slum with a win over Arsenal, while City recorded a loss, with Martial hitting a brace.
Bournemouth 2-0 Sunderland
Aston Villa 0-1 West From
Chelsea 2-0 Arsenal
Manchester City 1-2 West Ham
Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City
Liverpool 1-1 Norwich City
Southampton 2-3 Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Crystal Palace
This match is a derby no one wants to miss, with the drama always a constant. And were we served. The first half ended on a dramatic and intense note, when Chelsea forward, Costa went to work on Koscielny’s face and Gabriel intervened. He got a yellow card and then a red card, which has been overthrown by the FA. Zouma got on the score sheet, when he connected with a Fabregas freekick and a deflection in added time, put Hazard on the score sheet.
City might as well be title favourites as they romped to five domestic league games without conceding and getting a win. But West Ham had other designs, as the Hammers kept their record in the road a perfect 100%, as goals from Chelsea loanee Moses and Sako. De Bruyne looked to fight back with a goal, but it wasn’t enough.
I baulked at his price tag. A lot of you probably did, but Anthony Martial has lived up to his price tag. He now has three goals from two matches. Southampton went ahead thanks to Pelle, but a double from Martial turned the game around. With Mata getting on the score sheet to render Pelle’s late strike moot.