Sunday, January 3, 2016

Highs and Lows of EPL Week 19 2016

2nd Jan 2016
LvG remained and speculations of his impending sack petered out as a nervy Red Devils side carved out a 2-1 win over Swansea at Old Trafford. Familiar story....dominant but few goals. This time, Rooney's winner lifted told Old Trafford.

Wayne Rooney moved to second on his own in the all-time list of Premier League top-scorers by netting the winner in Manchester United’s 2-1 victory over Swansea City on Saturday.
Rooney is now on 188 goals, one ahead of third-placed Andrew Cole, but still 72 adrift of first-placed Alan Shearer, who is on 260.
Source : sky Sports
Wayne Rooney (right) scored the winner for Manchester United with a back heel flick 
Wayne Rooney (right) scored the winner for Manchester United with a back heel flick
Source: AFP

Arsenal remained TOP with an unconvincing 1-0 win over relegation form Newcastle who boss the Gunners around at Emirates but could not score.

Leicester seemed to be slowing down as Bournemouth drew 0-0, their third game with scoring. Mahrez now could not even score from a penalty. Are the Foxes falling?

Klopp's fairy tale honeymoon is over. He was angry at the team's 2-0 loss at Upton Park.
"Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp admitted he was angry with his players after a dismal showing at West Ham saw the Reds fall to a 2-0 defeat." reports Mirror
Jurgen Klopp (above) needs time to improve the players he has at Liverpool 
Klopp needs patience.....

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