It was a midweek of Premier league action as Manchester United had an easy 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, West ham easily dispatched Watford 3-1 and Liverpool continued their fine form with an impressive 4-0 demolition of Everton in Jurgen Klopp’s first Mersyside derby match.
Manchester United continued their fine home form under Louis Van Gaal after a rather impressive 2-0 win Crystal Palace.Damien Delaney set United on their way when he inadvertently turned Matteo Darmian’s cross from the left into his own net.Julian Speroni kept Palace in the game with a series of fine saves before Darmian doubled the lead by lashing home from 20 yards after a corner kick was deflected out.Louis Van Gaal was pretty impressed with his side, insisting the only negative was the scores not bigger than the 2-0 scoreline.”I have told my players that it was a good game and the only remark is that we didn’t score too much goals because it was a match of a 5-0″.
West ham had an impressive 3-1 win over Watford with two goals from Mark Noble and one from Andy Caroll who continued his impressive form.Westham opened the scoring in the 11th minute,Payet’s contribution was exceptional, with the Frenchman stepping in from the left and his chipped pass was perfect,Carroll hung a while in the air before steering a volley to the corner.Watford rode the storm but their luck elapsed in first-half stoppage time when West Ham were given a penalty for Jose Holebas’s attempts to climb on Cheikhou Kouyate which Noble scored,sending Gomes the wrong way.Early in the second half, the same player gave away a penalty for pulling down Michail Antonio. Once again, Noble sent Gomes the wrong way and West Ham eventually held on to win the game.
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Liverpool had a very impressive game with a 4-0 win over rivals Everton.James Milner was involved in the first goal in the 42nd minute as he did well to create space down the right and his cross towards the far post was headed in by Origi. Liverpool sensed an opportunity and came again, crossing the ball three times in to the box from the left in added time before Mamadou Sakho eased away from Stones and headed it in to the net.Funes Mori was then given a red card after an awful challenge on Origi and Liverpool ran riot from then.The third goal was presented on a plate for substitute Daniel Sturridge by Lucas as Everton gave up possession cheaply again. And the fourth found the bottom corner from the foot of Philippe Coutinho via a deflection off Sturridge.