Premier League: What happened in the English top flight on Saturday?

Roberto Firmino scored a late winner since Premier League leaders Liverpool preserved their advantage Leicester City.
Wilfried Zahas 82nd-minute strike had cancelled out Sadio Manes opener for the people, but Firmino answer closed three points on Jurgen Klopps side at Selhurst Park.
Leicester won to keep in touch with the Reds because Ayoze Perezs goal along with a Jamie Vardy punishment made Brendan Rodgers side a 2-0 win at Brighton.
Pep Guardiolas Manchester City, in fourth, host third-placed Chelsea in Saturdays late kick-off.
Alexandre Lacazette rescued a point in a 2-2 draw for Arsenal against unable Unai Emerys side to be prevented by Southampton.
Lacazette had phased out Danny Ings eighth-minute opener however, James Ward-Prowse looked to have scored the winner in Emirates Stadium.
September, Nevertheless Lacazettes 96th-minute leveller denied Southampton a victory since 15.
It was a Great day for Norwich City, who climbed off the foot of the Premier League with a 2-0 victory against Everton.
Dennis Srbenys injury-time target along with todd Cantwell ended a winless series for the side, that climb to 19th of Daniel Farke.
They were replaced by watford at the foot of the table after a 3-0 defeat at home to Burnley.
Until Ashley Barnes and James Tarkowski added goals for the side of Sean Dyche, chris Wood opened the scoring early in the second half.
Meanwhile, Wolves are around fifth after beating Bournemouth 2-1 in Vitality Stadium.
Raul Jimenez and joao Moutinho put liberally in control, and the visitors were able to carry on Steve Cook lifeline for the Cherries.
As Tottenham boss, Jose Mourinho made a winning start to existence in Saturdays early kick-off as his side endured a West Ham fightback to make a Premier League away win since 20.
Lucas Moura and son Heung-min had set Spurs in command but it had been the strike of Harry Kane soon after the separation which proved the difference because Michail Antonio and Angelo Ogbonna reacted for the Hammers.

Read more here:

Comments are closed.