Premier League Results: 12th, 13th and 14th of December, 2015.

Saturday, 12/12/15:

Bournemouth 2 vs 1 Manchester United
Stanislas 2′                  Fellaini 24′
King 54′

Josh King is delighted as he nets the winner against his former club!

Crystal Palace 1 vs 0 Southampton
Cabaye 38′

Yohan Cabaye's goal was the difference in this game!

Manchester City 2 vs 1 Swansea City
Bony 26′                             Gomis 90′
Iheanacho 90+2

Cruel - Yaya Toure's late deflected strike goes in off Iheanacho and condemns Swansea to yet another defeat!

Norwich City 1 vs 1 Everton
Hoolahan 47′             Lukaku 15′

Wes Hoolahan equalises for Norwich!

Sunderland 0 vs 1 Watford
                                   Ighalo 4′

Odion Ighalo's impressive goalscoring form continued!

West Ham United 0 vs 0 Stoke City

How did it end 0-0? 21 shots on goal at Boleyn ground, but not a single goal to show for it!

Sunday, 13/12/15:

Aston Villa 0 vs 2 Arsenal
                                  Giroud (Pen) 8′
                                  Ramsey 38′

Landmark - Olivier Giroud's converted penalty saw him score his 50th Premier League goal for The Gunners!

Liverpool      2 vs 2      West Bromwich Albion
Henderson 21′               Dawson 30′
Origi 90+6                      Olsson 73′   

OTT? Klopp rounds up his players at the final whistle! Cringeworthy celebration or respect for the fans? You decide!

Tottenham Hotspur 1 vs 2 Newcastle United
Dier 39′                                    Mitrovic 74′
                                                 Ayoze Pérez 90+3

Ayoze Pérez (number 17) grabbed a dramatic late winner at White Hart Lane, ending Spurs' 14 game unbeaten run in the league!

Monday, 14/12/15:

Leicester City      2 vs 1      Chelsea
Vardy 34′                                 Remy 77′
Mahrez 48′

Sensational - Riyad Mahrez scored his 11th goal of the season as Leicester went back to the top!

Talking points from the weekend:

Who will save Swansea now?
Many have been linked with the job, and many have turned it down.
Moyes said no, Giggs said no, even Brendan Rodgers said no.
Marcelo Bielsa and Gus Poyet are believed to be the front runners for the job now and one can only hope that they can steer them towards safety.

Will Bournemouth stay up?
Arguably, three of their best players are out for a long time (Callum Wilson, Max Gradel and Tyrone Mings) but that hasn’t stopped them thus far.
Back to back wins against Chelsea and Manchester United and a thrilling 3-3 draw with Everton before that, the Cherries are slowly but surely becoming accustomed to life in the Premier League and there is a growing belief that they may have what it takes to survive this season.

Can Leicester Really win the league?
Well, Gary Lineker certainly thinks so …

What are your thoughts on this weeks games?
Let AFEfootballnews know in the comments below!

All pictures used belong to the Premier League’s official Twitter account.

Posted by Arron Fôn Evans.


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