Premier League Game-week 1 analysis

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The Premier League is officially back and the first game week showed how even this season is going to be unpredictable and exciting!!! The first week it-self shows that that fans are going to be in for an exciting campaign and a lot of interesting debate over the coming nine months of wonderful football.

 

Man United 1-2 Swansea

Man Utd’s bad days since Alex Ferguson retired continues with a home lost against Swansea. This was the first time ever that Swansea had beaten Man Utd at Old Trafford. The game started off badly for Man Utd as Ki Sung-yueng scored a goal in the 28th minute with a good finish past De Gea. Wayne Rooney then scored a well executed over head kick from close range. Sigurdsson helped Swansea take all three points after a good cross from substitute Jefferson Montero. Van Gaal was unable to get Man Utd to play as a team and the result was a losing start to the new season. Negative records also continue to fall for Man Utd as this loss was the first opening-day loss at home since 1972.

Liverpool 2-1 Southampton

There is tight game between Last year’s runners up Liverpool against Southampton. Raheem Sterling put Liverpool ahead in the 23th minute but Nathaniel Clyne equalized at 56th minute. Daniel Sturridge score the late winning goal at 79th minute to seal the victory for The Reds.

Newcastle 0-2 Man City

Manchester City beat Newcastle 2-0 at St. James’ Park. Goals from David Silva and Sergio Agüero during either side of the interval, ensure The Defending Champions claims three full points in their opening match.

Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace

Arsenal starts their Premier League journey with a tight win over Crystal Palace. Aaron Ramsey struck at 90+1′ minute, to help Arsenal to beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Emirates Stadium.

Burnley 1-3 Chelsea

Chelsea came back to beat Burnley 3-1 to go top of EPL Table. Scott Arfield opened scoring for Burnley at 14th minute, but Diego Costa equalized it three minutes later. André Schürrle and Branislav Ivanovic added more goals for Chelsea at 21st minute and 34th minute respectively. Francesc Fábregas assisted in Chelsea’s second goal and third goal.

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