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Premier League Game week 2 : recap

Tue, Aug. 22, 2017
CAIRO –22 august 2017- At the end of the English Premier League’s second round, Egypt Today reviews the final standing and the results of the matches.

Swansea City suffered against Manchester United and lost 4-0. Eric Baily scored the first goal. Lukaku, Pogba and Martial also scored for Man Utd.

Watford defeated AFC Bournemouth 2-0. Richarlison and Etienne Capoue scored for Watford.

West Bromwich Albion won Burnly 1-0. Egyptian player Ahmed Hegazi was named man of the match, according to whoscored.com. Hal Robson-Kanu participated in the 63rd minute, scored in the 71st minute and was sent off in the 83rd minute.

Leicester City beat Brighton 2-0. Okazaki scored after only one minute from the starting whistle and Maguire added the second goal.

Liverpool managed to win 3 difficult points against Crystal Palace 1-0. Sadio Mané scored the only goal in the match. Salah wasn’t on the starting lineup, but he participated in the 61st minute.

West Ham United lost 3-2 to Southampton. Gabbiadini scored the first goal for Southampton, then Tadic and Austin added 2 goals from penalty kicks. Chicharito scored 2 goals for West Ham United; however, the team was suffering because Arnautovic was sent off.

Stoke City won against Arsenal 1-0. Jesé, the newcomer, scored the only goal of the match. Ramadan Sobhi wasn’t at the starting lineup, but he participated in the 71st minute, while Mohamed Elneny didn’t play.

Mooy gave Huddersfield 3 points against Newcastle. The match ended 1-0 for Huddersfield and Mooy scored the only goal.

Chelsea defeated Tottenham 2-1, where Marcos Alonso scored twice for Chelsea. Batshuayi scored in his own goal, while Tottenham kept missing chances.

At the end of the round, Sterling rescued a point for Manchester City aganist Everton. The match ended 1-1. Rooney scored for Everton, and Sterling for Manchester City.

 
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