November 30, 2009

King Drogba (EPL roundup)

Colossal matchup in the Premiership yesterday, and it was none other than Didier Drogba that stole the show in Chelsea 3-0 win against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.

Two absolutely incredible goals for the striker keeps the Blues five points clear atop the EPL table and most people's pick as the top team in the world.

A couple trophies are certainly in store for Carlo's squad.

I certainly expected more from the Gunners, and to be fair, they deserved that goal early in the second half that would have made it 2-1.

Manchester United and, surprisingly, Liverpool each earned three points over the weekend. With Avram Grant in charge, Portsmouth still remains in the drop zone.

Here are the results:

Saturday
Blackburn 0-0 Stoke City (A: 25,143)
Fulham 1-1 Bolton (A: 23,554)
Manchester City 1-1 Hull City (A: 46,382)
Portsmouth 1-4 Manchester Utd (A: 20,482)
West Ham 5-3 Burnley (A: 34,003)
Wigan 1-0 Sunderland (A: 20,447)
Aston Villa 1-1 Tottenham (A: 39,866)

Sunday
Wolves 0-1 Birmingham (A: 26,668)
Everton 0-2 Liverpool (A: 39,652)
Arsenal 0-3 Chelsea (A: 60,067)

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