Barclays Premier League: 2nd October — Results Roundup

Continuing from where we left yesterday, today too saw a lot of goals being scored in the Barclays Premier League along with an entertaining North London derby that ended in the home team’s favor. So who won against whom and who scored those goals? Lets find out..

Sunday, 2 October 2011


Bolton

Boyata (46)

1-5
(HT 0-4)
Chelsea

Sturridge (2, 25)
Lampard (15, 27, 59)

Bookings:

Ngog (10)

Bookings:

David Luiz (61)
Terry (79)


Fulham

Johnson (2, 38, 59)
Murphy (pen 20)
Dempsey (65)
Zamora (74)

6-0
(HT 3-0)
QPR

 

Bookings:

Sidwell (5)
Hangeland (69)

Bookings:

Hall (61)
Faurlin (68)
Wright-Phillips (83)


Swansea

Sinclair (pen 9)
Graham (85)

2-0
(HT 1-0)
Stoke

 

Bookings:

Gower (54)
Taylor (59)
Routledge (60)

Bookings:

Whelan (19)
Wilkinson (40)
Crouch (45)
Pennant (76)
Shotton (88)


Tottenham

Van der Vaart (40)
Walker (73)

2-1
(HT 1-0)
Arsenal

Ramsey (51)

Bookings:

Van der Vaart (27)
Parker (75)

Bookings:

Mertesacker (32)

With Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea all collecting 3 points this weekend, the situation at the top of the table is very close and exciting. Here’s how the current table looks like:

Premier League table
Sunday, 2 October 2011 18:00 UK

P GD PTS
1 Man Utd 7 19 19
2 Man City 7 18 19
3 Chelsea 7 9 16
4 Newcastle 7 5 15

5 Liverpool 7 2 13

6 Tottenham 6 1 12
7 Aston Villa 7 4 11
8 Stoke 7 -4 9
9 Norwich 7 -3 8
10 Swansea 7 -3 8
11 QPR 7 -8 8
12 Fulham 7 3 7
13 Everton 6 -2 7
14 Wolves 7 -4 7
15 Arsenal 7 -6 7
16 Sunderland 7 1 6
17 West Brom 7 -5 5

18 Wigan 7 -6 5
19 Blackburn 7 -9 4
20 Bolton 7 -12 3

There will be no games next weekend on account of international matches being played, but when we return the week after that, there are some thrilling fixtures awaiting us, most notably league leaders Manchester United’s visit to Anfield to face Liverpool on the 15th in a tea-time kickoff. What better way to start the weekend!

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