What a weekend it is! What a weekend it has been!

Just as it happens right now at the Wembley, hands on heads as the visitors take all on menu! I am of no doubt this was North London’s week of shame, judging by how weak to score goals it has been. Well, if you were anywhere around the fanatics watching this most anticipated game, you would know the mood can’t be tamed under no circumstance.

The hammers did really hit the nail on the gunners’ heads. They sure lacked creativity to enhance scoring as they lazily took their chances only to be awoken by the goal that was to end the match on a high note for Pellegrini’s side. The return of former gunner- samir Nasri had an impact in fact, but aside from that, but back to the Wembley and the line is now shortened between the gunners and the red devils all tied at the same points with goal difference separating them.

Chelsea are now off in a marauding run and seem to be not really beating around the bush when it comes to the top-four position! They sure got their eyes on the task of getting back into the Champions league next season. An early goal from Pedro got them fired up and they also replied to a comeback from Newcastle’s- Cirian Clark as they had a goal match winner goal from Willian Borges.

Man of the Match

Man of the hour, none other than David de gea made it an easy job with the kind of saves that he had in store as it proved difficult for the sharp shooter from Harry Kane and his compatriots to place one past him! Kweli, Siku njema huonekana asubuhi! 

Everton did the justice it deserved to the last minute and so did their Merseyside neighbors and league leaders- Liverpool. Thus, ‘you sure never walk alone you two!!’ Everton had a walkover Bournemouth to the last minute as they scored twice twice in the second half to come into the top half just before Wolves face a wounded lion- Manchester City at the Etihad.

David degea save in the match ended- Tottenham 0-1 Manchester United at Wembley. (Photo: Courtesy)

Well, as of now Liverpool have extended their lead to seven points ahead of the defending Champions and are not relentless as it seems. Till tomorrow, lets see what Monday football night has in store for us!



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