Another thrilling week of Premier League action saw stunning goals, controversial decisions and shock results. Read our review of all the action in Game Week 25.
Brady stunner gets a point for Burnley as Chelsea remain top
Chelsea remain in pole position at the top of the Premier League despite being held by a vibrant Burnley at Turf Moor. It ended 1-1 with goals from Pedro and new home signing Robbie Brady.
For periods it looked as if Chelsea must come through as victors but by the end they would have been glad to get just the point from the game.
Chelsea did not have a single shot on target in the second half. Not that it mattered too much as the chasers keep turning over each other.
Can someone come through and challenge the leaders?
If Chelsea have a wobble, then yes. But no-one caught Leicester last year and it is beginning to look much the same this time round.
Liverpool bounceback thanks to Mane double at Anfield
Liverpool got their first decent result of 2017 by beating Spurs 2-0 at Anfield. Sadio Mane, much missed when at the Africa Cup of Nations, scored twice.
Liverpool, who had not won in their previous five matches, will also be pleased at their heavily criticised defence keeping a clean sheet. Spurs had little to offer, extremely disappointing from their point of view.
Their starting XI is a match for anyone but shorn of two of their first choice defenders they seemed terribly vulnerable and Liverpool could have won by more.
2-0 seemed to be the dominant score of the weekend, with both Manchester United and Arsenal claiming victories by the same margin as Liverpool.
Manchester United maintain excellent form with another Old Trafford win – Arsenal breeze past Hull with Sanchez double
Manchester United, unbeaten in their past 16 Premier League games, took the lead against Watford when Anthony Martial set up Juan Mata to finish from close range.
Martial secured the victory when he fired home after a driving run. Not a vintage display from Arsenal but a much-needed win over Hull at the Emirates.
Alexis Sanchez scored twice, the first highly controversial after it came off his hand and ended up in the net – unsighted referee Mark Clattenburg later apologised to the visitors for missing it.
The second was a penalty in injury-time which was awarded after Sam Clucas was sent off for handball from Lucas Perez’s header.
Hull deserved better, causing Arsenal problems throughout. Will Arsene Wenger step down at the end of the season?
It is beginning to seem likely that he will cave in to the minority who claim recent seasons haven’t been good enough. But succeeding Wenger will be tough and those angry Arsenal supporters my find their side goes backwards before it can go forward.
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