Premier League reports and highlights – matchday 13

Since Tottenham withstood a West Ham fightback to win jose Mourinho made a winning return.
Spurs had not won an away Premier League match since January 20 in Fulham, but first-half goals from Heung-Min Son (36) and Lucas Moura (43) put them in a commanding position.
Harry Kane extended Tottenham’s lead with a trademark header and though West Ham decreased the deficit through substitute Michail Antonio (73) and Angelo Ogbonna (90+6), the scoreline betrayed Spurs’ dominance.
As Roberto Firmino’s late strike maintained their lead at the peak of the Premier 28, liverpool escaped Crystal Palace having a dramatic and chaotic 2-1 victory.
Sadio Mane started the scoring after VAR thwarted Palace for Liverpool, judgment out James Tomkins’ header. But though Wilfried Zaha appeared to have grabbed the hosts a stage (82), Firmino swept house five minutes from time following bedlam in the playground.
Despite rescuing a stage with a late Alexandre Lacazette equaliser in a draw with Southampton, arsenal have been booed off with their own lovers.
The Gunners were confronting an embarrassing home defeat after goals from Danny Ings (9) and James Ward-Prowse (71) placed Saints on the point of the first Premier League win off at Arsenal.
But Lacazette, who’d already equalised previously (18), grabbed a last-gasp leveller (90+6) that was met by underwhelming parties in the house end after their team had been second best to get large intervals as the pressure exerted on manager Unai Emery.
Since Leicester held hold of place with a 2-0 win over 28, jamie Vardy was made to re-take a punishment within an game in the Amex.
The Foxes eventually took the lead following a traditional counter-attack was completed off by Ayoze Perez (64) however VAR drama soon followed.
Demarai Gray won a penalty after coming on, with Vardy watching his attempt saved, but Leicester were forced to re-take it due to encroachment though James Maddison nodded home the rally. Vardy didn’t miss a second moment.
As they produced an impressive performance to beat Everton 2-0 at Goodison Park norwich scored their goals.
The visitors broke the deadlock once Todd Cantwell (55) was played through on goal by a tireless Teemu Pukki, before Dennis Srbeny doubled the Canaries’ lead in stoppage time to secure all three points.
After edging beyond 10-man Bournemouth to seal a 2-1 victory at the Vitality Stadium wolves moved to fifth in the Premier League.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side led 2-0 at the rest since Joao Moutinho curled in a stunning free-kick into the top corner (21) before a fast set-piece caught from the hosts along with Raul Jimenez (31) exploited in Adama Traore’s cross. The hosts were given a lifeline at the 59th minute by steve Cook, however, liberally held .
Burnley overcame struggling Watford 3-0 at Vicarage Road on returning boss to boost the strain Quique Sanchez Flores, whose side are bottom of the desk.
Before their lead increased with eight minutes to go, the scoring opened following half-time through Chris Wood finish eight minutes.
With just two minutes left, the initial goal of the season of James Tarkowski confirmed Burnley’s first away win in the Premier League since April.
Manchester City vs Chelsea is live on Saturday Night Football in 5pm; kick-off 5.30pm. Sky Sports clients can observe clips that are in-game from the live game site on the Sky Sports website and app.
Highlights are also printed on the Sky Sports platforms along with the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel soon.
Sheffield United vs Manchester United is dwell on Renault Super Sunday from 4pm; kick-off 4.30pm. Sky Sports clients can watch clips that are in-game from the match site about app and the Sky Sports site.
Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports electronic programs along with the Sky Sports Football YouTube station soon.
Aston Villa vs Newcastle is live on Monday Night Football from 7pm; kick-off 8pm. Sky Sports clients can observe clips in the game blog on app and the Sky Sports website.
Highlights are also published on the Sky Sports digital programs and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel after the last whistle.

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