English Premier league (EPL) Week 6 game kicked off with an away win for Tottenham at West Ham, who are still looking for a premier league win at home this season, but are phenomenal on the road. Manchester City continued from week 5, beating Crystal Palace 5 – 0 at the Etihad Stadium, pushing them to the top of the premier league table, closely followed by Manchester United, who also won there away match at Southampton by a slight margin
Chelsea looked dangerous with Morata leading the line for Chelsea, his first Hart – trick in a Chelsea Shirt for him, dispatching Stoke City away by 4 – 0 nil, Liverpool got back to winning ways in the Premier league, with an away victory at Leicester, after loosing to the same Leicester in the EFL Cup third round by 2 – 0, Arsenal played on Monday night, securing a 2 – 0 win over West Brom.
This week we bring you the Week 6 Man of the match winners for all the games played..
West Ham United 2 – 3 Tottenham Hotspur
Man of the match: Harry Kane
He scored twice against West Ham and had a match-high seven shots on goal
Burnley 0 – 0 Huddersfield Town
Man of the match – Christopher Schindler (Huddersfield)
The German kept tight to Burnley’s Chris Wood throughout and made an important first-half interception
Everton 2 – 1 AFC Bournemouth
Man of the match – Oumar Niasse (Everton)
Oumar Niasse’s ninth appearance in an Everton shirt turned the game on its head as he scored twice to earn Everton a deserved victory.
Manchester City 5 – 0 Crystal Palace
Man of the match – Leroy Sane
He opened the scoring with a well taken goal and provided two assists for Sterling and Aguero.
Southampton 0 – 1 Manchester United
Man of the match – Oriol Romeu (Southampton)
Nobody touched the ball more times than Oriol Romeu (94). He also made 73 passes with a pass completion rate of 95.9%, had three shots, made six tackles and four interceptions.
Stoke City 0 – 4 Chelsea
Man of the match – Alvaro Morata
Alvaro Morata is the 17th player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Chelsea – only Arsenal have had more scorers (19)
Swansea City 1 – 2 Watford
Man of the match – Kiko Femenia
He combined smartly with Andre Carrillo as Watford dominated the first half and he defended well as Swansea improved in the second
Leicester City 2 – 3 Liverpool
Man of the match – Philippe Coutinho
The magic man for Liverpool is back, Philippe Coutinho hit top form against Leicester with a magnificent goal and an assist, while also making a game-high five key passes.
Brighton & Hove Albion 1 – 0 Newcastle United
Man of the match – Tomer Hemed (Brighton)
Tomer Hemed had two of Brighton’s three shots on target and scored the only goal
Arsenal 2 – 0 West Bromwich Albion
Man of the match – Alexandre Lacazette
Alexandre Lacazette is the first Arsenal player to score in his opening three league appearances at home since Brian Marwood in September 1988