Premier Leauge weekend review
January 18, 2015 2:24pm CST
Every team played this weekend in the premier league except for the out of form Everton who face West Brom tomorrow. The results for this weekends games are as follows:Chelsea 5-0 Swansea Arsenal 2-0 Manchester City Manchester Utd 2-0 QPR Crystal Place 3-2 Burnley Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa Stoke 1-0 Leicester West Ham 3-0 Hull City AFC Tottenham 2-1 Sunderland Southampton 2-1 Newcastle QUICK REVIEW: Chelsea 5-0 Swansea Diego Costa hit his 16th and 17th goals of the season along with Oscar who also scored a brace in the first half. André Schurrle came on and put the game to bed late in the second half. Arsenal 2-0 Man City Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud were both on target as they dented Man City's title hopes at the Etihad stadium. Arsenal dropped number 1 goalkeeper Wojciech szczesny for this game which handed a rare start to David Ospina of Columbia Tottenham 2-1 Sunderland Spurs were again saved late on by Christen Eriksen who scored in the 88th once again. Sunderland debutant Jermain Defoe didn't score on his debut for the first time in his career. The other goals came from Jan Vertonghen and a wonderful free kick from ever reliable Seb Larsson. Crystal Palace 3-2 Burnley Despite conceding 2 goals in 4 minutes Alan Pardew's men fought back for a memorable 3-2 win with 2 of place's 3 goals going to hitman Dwight Gale Southampton 2-1 Newcastle Eljero Elia scored twice to open his premier league account for Southampton. However a defensive error caused them to throw away a clean sheet allowing Yohan Gouffran to score Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa Liverpool inflicted more misery on Aston Villa with a 2-0 Barclays Premier League win meaning the midlands side have gone seven league matches without a win. Goals from Fabio Borini and Rickie lambert separated the 2 sides Man Utd 2-0 QPR Marouane Fellaini and James Wilson came off the bench to help Manchester United to a 2-0 win at Queens Park Rangers - their first Barclays Premier League victory in four matches. Harry Redknap's job is really hanging in the balance now West Ham 3-0 Hull City AFC A superb second-half showing helped West Ham United end nearly a month-long wait for a Barclays Premier League win in a 3-0 victory over Hull City. Hull, who were without six first-team regulars through injury, tried to capitalise on any nerves born from a winless league run for West Ham that had extended to four matches before Sunday's tie and the Yorkshire side edged the first half. But west Ham were in control for the whole 2nd half and won the game convincingly.