This weekend Barclays premier league result were not as entertaining as last weekend result but it was still positive with the so called big four winning all their games.
The weekend started brightly again for Arsenal FC and young Theo Walcott (picture) after clinically scoring another goal against resilient Blackburn who equalized seven minutes after the gunners have taken the lead. But Russian playmaker Andrei Arshavin made sure Arsenal will leave Blackburn with maximum point in the bag.
Chelsea and Manchester United had their main man on target even if the Franck lampard missed an early lead with a spot kick. Florent Malouda and Didier Drogba respectively made sure they continue their unbeaten run by scoring against a troubling Stoke City. Wayne Rooney (picture), after a woeful world cup campaign finally scored his goal from the spot kick. The 3-0 victory over west ham was completed by Nani and Berbatov who were both outstanding again.
Liverpool cruised past West Bromwich Albion after a goal by El nino. It was just a matter of time with the outstanding performance from the Spanish striker who hadn’t score for a while. The surprise came with the defeat of mega money club Manchester city when they fell behind to a penalty in the dying minute to Sunderland by the shortest of a score line 1-0 and new champions league prospect Tottenham HotSpur against Wigan with the same score line. Roberto Mancini should start looking over his shoulder now as he needs to justify his buying. Wigan is the worst defence yet; they managed a clean sheet against Tottenham and won the game.
Aston Villa got rid of Everton at home and Bolton, with 10 men, without their main goalkeeper, came from two goals down to draw against Birmingham. When I tell you the Barclays premiership is the league to watch, then it is :). Newcastle, Wolves, Blackpool and Fulham, drew all their games with a 1-1 and 2-2 score line respectively.
Hope Arsenal FC continue their victories and make good signings before the transfer windows shut tonight.
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