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Premier League Table 2016/17: Week 21 EPL Results, Updated Standings, Top Scorers & Assists

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Chelsea restored their winning habit with a 3-0 win over defending champions Leicester City away from home.

A brace from full-back Marcos Alonso and a goal from Pedro sealed a much-needed win for the Premier League leaders. Antonio Conte’s side are now seven points clear at the top of the table.
Alonso
Meanwhile, a recent upturn in form has brought Tottenham back into the title race. Mauricio Pochettino’s side are now second in the table after their 4-0 win against West Brom. Harry Kane scored a fantastic hat-trick to take his side above Liverpool in the table.

Kane

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will be disappointed with their 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford. The Reds were the better side overall, but a late goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic denied them a precious away win.

James Milner converted a penalty in the first half to give his side the lead, but the likes of Firmino missed very good chances to put the game to bed in the second half.

Milner

Arsenal secured a 4-0 win over a struggling Swansea side and are still very much in the hunt for the title. Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud scored for the away side, who were also gifted two own goals by Jack Cork and Kyle Naughton in the second half.

Alexis Sanchez

Pep Guardiola’s rough start to life in England continued with a 4-0 thumping away to Everton.

Ronald Koeman’s side blew Manchester City away with the sharpness and intensity. Romelu Lukaku, Mirallas, Tom Davies and the new signing Ademola Lookman scored to pile further misery on the Premier League giants.

Lukaku

The notorious Joey Barton came off the bench to secure a much-needed win for Burnley at home. Sean Dyche’s men managed to beat Southampton with a late goal from a deflected free kick.

Joey Barton

Meanwhile, Andy Carroll scored a world class goal in West Ham’s 3-0 win over Crystal Palace. Lanzini and Feghouli scored the other goals for the Hammers.

Carroll

Watford were held to a 0-0 draw against Middlesbrough at home and Hull City continued their impressive form under new manager Marco Silva with a 3-1 win over Bournemouth at home.

Hull City

Finally, Stoke City picked up a valuable 3-1 win against Sunderland away from home.

The Potters went 3-0 up within 34 minutes after a brace from Arnautovic and a goal from Crouch. Jermaine Defoe scored soon after to give the home side some hope, but they failed to respond in the second half.

crouch

WEEK 21: EPL RESULTS 2016/17

Saturday, Jan 14 2017
  12:30 FT Tottenham 4 : 0 West Bromwich Albion
  15:00 FT Watford 0 : 0 Middlesbrough
  15:00 FT West Ham 3 : 0 Crystal Palace
  15:00 FT Sunderland 1 : 3 Stoke
  15:00 FT Swansea 0 : 4 Arsenal
  15:00 FT Burnley 1 : 0 Southampton
  15:00 FT Hull 3 : 1 Bournemouth
  17:30 FT Leicester 0 : 3 Chelsea
Sunday, Jan 15 2017
  13:30 FT Everton 4 : 0 Manchester City
  16:00 FT Manchester United 1 : 1 Liverpool

UPDATED PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE 2016/17

R Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts Form
1 Chelsea 21 17 1 3 45 15 +30 52 WWWWLW
2 Tottenham 21 13 6 2 43 14 +29 45 WWWWWW
3 Liverpool 21 13 6 2 49 24 +25 45 WWWWDD
4 Arsenal 21 13 5 3 48 22 +26 44 LLWWDW
5 Manchester City 21 13 3 5 41 26 +15 42 WWWLWL
6 Manchester United 21 11 7 3 32 20 +12 40 WWWWWD
7 Everton 21 9 6 6 32 23 +9 33 WLWDWW
8 West Bromwich Albion 21 8 5 8 28 28 0 29 WLLWWL
9 Stoke 21 7 6 8 27 33 -6 27 DDLLWW
10 Burnley 21 8 2 11 23 31 -8 26 LLWWLW
11 Bournemouth 21 7 4 10 30 37 -7 25 WLLWDL
12 West Ham 21 7 4 10 26 35 -9 25 WWWLLW
13 Southampton 21 6 6 9 19 26 -7 24 DWLLLL
14 Watford 21 6 5 10 23 36 -13 23 LLDLLD
15 Leicester 21 5 6 10 24 34 -10 21 LDLWDL
16 Middlesbrough 21 4 8 9 17 22 -5 20 LWLLDD
17 Crystal Palace 21 4 4 13 30 40 -10 16 LLDLLL
18 Hull 21 4 4 13 20 45 -25 16 LLLDLW
19 Sunderland 21 4 3 14 20 40 -20 15 LWLLDL
20 Swansea 21 4 3 14 23 49 -26 15 LLLLWL

PREMIER LEAGUE 2016/17 TOP SCORERS 

R Player Team Player Goals
1 A. Sánchez Arsenal 14
2 D. Costa Chelsea 14
3 Z. Ibrahimovic M. Utd 14
4 H. Kane Tottenham 13
5 J. Defoe Sunderland 12
6 R. Lukaku Everton 12
7 S. Agüero M. City 11
8 D. Alli Tottenham 10
9 E. Hazard Chelsea 9
10 S. Mané Liverpool 9

PREMIER LEAGUE 2016/17 MOST ASSISTS

   
K. D. Bruyne M. City 9
C. Eriksen Tottenham 8
M. Phillips W. Brom 8
A. Lallana Liverpool 7
A. Sánchez Arsenal 7