Newcastle United vs West Ham United Match Report

Newcastle United got their first win of the season as Joselu, Ciaran Clark and Aleksandar Mitrovic fired them to a 3-0 victory over West Ham on Saturday. New Castle United who had not won any competitive match since they beat Barnsley on the last day of the 2016-17 Championship season, fully deserved to take three points at St James’ Park. Continue reading “Newcastle United vs West Ham United Match Report”

Manchester City vs AFC Bournemouth Match Report 2017

Raheem Sterling was Manchester City’s saviour once again as his late goal winner spared their blushes at the Vitality Stadium, securing a 2-1 win over Bournemouth before getting sent off. Continue reading “Manchester City vs AFC Bournemouth Match Report 2017”

England Football Striker Wayne Roooney Retires From International Football

England’s all-time leading goalscorer Wayne Rooney has retired from international football after turning down the chance to be part of the squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers. He declined an invitation from Gareth Southgate to return to the international set-up and instead decided to bow out after 119 caps and a record 53 goals for his country. Continue reading “England Football Striker Wayne Roooney Retires From International Football”

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Match Report 2017

Sadio Mane’s second-half strike secured a 1-0 victory for Liverpool over Crystal Palace, thus giving the Reds their first Premier League win of the season. Palace suffered their second straight defeat despite an improved display at Anfield. The home side, who had conceded an injury-time equaliser in their 3-3 draw at Watford in their opening match, looked set to stumble again on Saturday until Senegal star Mane scored with 17 minutes of play remaining. Continue reading “Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Match Report 2017”

Tottenham vs Chelsea Match Report 2017

Marcos Alonso scored a late goal for Chelsea as Tottenham Hotspur started their home campaign with a disappointing defeat at Wembley. The Blues’s new £60m striker Alvaro Morata missed an easy headed chance in the early minutes before Alonso’s perfectly delivered free-kick gave Antonio Conte’s side the lead after 24 minutes.

Spurs then responded strongly with Harry Kane hitting the post and it looked like they had earned a point when Chelsea substitute Michy Batshuayi headed Christian Eriksen’s free-kick into his own net with eight minutes left.

The Blues had also had their chances, with Willian hitting the upright, and showed their trademark strength of character to secure all three points late in the game. On 88 minutes, Alonso snatched a second half winner, which Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris will feel that he should have saved.