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English Premier League: Hazard's hat-trick and all other top moments from Game Week 5

Catch all the action from game week 5 of the English Premier League.

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Chelsea 4 – 1 Cardiff City | Chelsea moved to the top of the EPL table this week courtesy an Eden Hazard hat-trick. Souleymane Bamba gave Cardiff an early lead when he volleyed home in the 16th minute of the game. Eden Hazard then scored twice in seven minutes to give Chelsea the lead going into half-time. The Belgium international then scored his third with a penalty in the 80th minute before Willian added a fourth with a long range strike three minutes later. (Image: Reuters)
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Chelsea 4 – 1 Cardiff City | Chelsea moved to the top of the EPL table this week courtesy an Eden Hazard hat-trick. Souleymane Bamba gave Cardiff an early lead when he volleyed home in the 16th minute of the game. Eden Hazard then scored twice in seven minutes to give Chelsea the lead going into half-time. The Belgium international then scored his third with a penalty in the 80th minute before Willian added a fourth with a long range strike three minutes later. (Image: Reuters)

Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 2 Liverpool | The Reds had the ball in the back of the net inside the very first minute of a pulsating encounter only for the linesman to rule it offside. Georginio Wijnaldum finally broke the deadlock in the 39th minute with a header which crossed the line before Michel Vorm could claw it out. Roberto Firmino doubled the lead in the 54th minute after Vorm failed to collect Sadio Mane’s low cross. Eric Lamela pulled one back, scoring from a tight angle in the 3rd minute of stoppage time but Liverpool held on to maintain their perfect start to the season. (Image: Reuters)
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Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 2 Liverpool | The Reds had the ball in the back of the net inside the very first minute of a pulsating encounter only for the linesman to rule it offside. Georginio Wijnaldum finally broke the deadlock in the 39th minute with a header which crossed the line before Michel Vorm could claw it out. Roberto Firmino doubled the lead in the 54th minute after Vorm failed to collect Sadio Mane’s low cross. Eric Lamela pulled one back, scoring from a tight angle in the 3rd minute of stoppage time but Liverpool held on to maintain their perfect start to the season. (Image: Reuters)

Manchester City 3 – 0 Fulham | The defending champions eased past Fulham with another dominant display to maintain their unbeaten start to the season. Leroy Sane making his first league start this season, marked the occasion with a goal in the 2nd minute. Both Silva’s then combined to double the lead when David Silva volleyed home from Bernardo Silva’s cross in the 21st minute. Raheem Sterling scored City’s third goal when he tapped in from Sergio Aguero’s low cross within two minutes of the second half. (Image: Reuters)
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Manchester City 3 – 0 Fulham | The defending champions eased past Fulham with another dominant display to maintain their unbeaten start to the season. Leroy Sane making his first league start this season, marked the occasion with a goal in the 2nd minute. Both Silva’s then combined to double the lead when David Silva volleyed home from Bernardo Silva’s cross in the 21st minute. Raheem Sterling scored City’s third goal when he tapped in from Sergio Aguero’s low cross within two minutes of the second half. (Image: Reuters)

Newcastle 1 – 2 Arsenal | Granit Xhaka scored with an excellent long-range free-kick that flew past Martin Dubravka in the 49th minute to set Arsenal on their way to a third consecutive victory. Mesut Ozil then scored Arsenal’s second of the night with a well-placed shot into the bottom left corner in what was his 200th appearance for the Gunners. Ciaran Clark pulled one back in stoppage time but it was too little too late as Newcastle remain 18th on the table with just one point this season. (Image: Reuters)
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Newcastle 1 – 2 Arsenal | Granit Xhaka scored with an excellent long-range free-kick that flew past Martin Dubravka in the 49th minute to set Arsenal on their way to a third consecutive victory. Mesut Ozil then scored Arsenal’s second of the night with a well-placed shot into the bottom left corner in what was his 200th appearance for the Gunners. Ciaran Clark pulled one back in stoppage time but it was too little too late as Newcastle remain 18th on the table with just one point this season. (Image: Reuters)

Bournemouth 4 – 2 Leicester City | Ryan Fraser scored twice inside the first half in an entertaining win over 10-man Leicester City who lost captain Wes Morgan in the 69th minute due to a second yellow card. Joshua King scored from the penalty spot to give Bournemouth a 3-0 lead at half-time. Adam Smith made it 4-0 in the 81st minute before James Maddison and Marc Albrighton scored for the foxes late into the game. (Image: Reuters)
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Bournemouth 4 – 2 Leicester City | Ryan Fraser scored twice inside the first half in an entertaining win over 10-man Leicester City who lost captain Wes Morgan in the 69th minute due to a second yellow card. Joshua King scored from the penalty spot to give Bournemouth a 3-0 lead at half-time. Adam Smith made it 4-0 in the 81st minute before James Maddison and Marc Albrighton scored for the foxes late into the game. (Image: Reuters)

Huddersfield 0 – 1 Crystal Palace | Wilfried Zaha produced a moment of magic to help Crystal Palace record only their second win of the season as he made his return to the side following a groin injury. Zaha knocked the ball between two defenders before smashing it past Jonas Lossl in 38th minute to score the only goal of the game. (Image: Reuters)
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Huddersfield 0 – 1 Crystal Palace | Wilfried Zaha produced a moment of magic to help Crystal Palace record only their second win of the season as he made his return to the side following a groin injury. Zaha knocked the ball between two defenders before smashing it past Jonas Lossl in 38th minute to score the only goal of the game. (Image: Reuters)

 Watford 1 - 2 Manchester United | Watford’s perfect start in this season’s premier league came to a halt as Manchester United defeated the hornets 2-1 at Vicarage road. Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling scored in space of three minutes for United to ruin Watford’s chances to join Liverpool and Chelsea as the undefeated teams in this season’s campaign. Andre Grey scored the only goal for the home side in the 65th minute. Manchester United mid-fielder Nemanja Matic was sent off in stoppage time but that did not prevent United in securing three points. (Image: Reuters)
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Watford 1 - 2 Manchester United | Watford’s perfect start in this season’s premier league came to a halt as Manchester United defeated the hornets 2-1 at Vicarage road. Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling scored in space of three minutes for United to ruin Watford’s chances to join Liverpool and Chelsea as the undefeated teams in this season’s campaign. Andre Grey scored the only goal for the home side in the 65th minute. Manchester United mid-fielder Nemanja Matic was sent off in stoppage time but that did not prevent United in securing three points. (Image: Reuters)

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 Burnley | Wolverhampton Wanderers registered back to back wins in premier league when they got better of a troubled Burnley side at Molineux Stadium.  The only goal of the lopsided match came in 61st minute when Matt Doherty cut back  to Wolves' forward Raúl Jiménez  who then put the ball into the far corner of the goal post.  The result lifts Wolves up to ninth, following their win over West Ham prior to the international break, and leaves Burnley in the bottom three, with only one point, and desperately needing a result to kick start their season.  (Image: AP)
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Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 Burnley | Wolverhampton Wanderers registered back to back wins in premier league when they got better of a troubled Burnley side at Molineux Stadium.  The only goal of the lopsided match came in 61st minute when Matt Doherty cut back  to Wolves' forward Raúl Jiménez  who then put the ball into the far corner of the goal post.  The result lifts Wolves up to ninth, following their win over West Ham prior to the international break, and leaves Burnley in the bottom three, with only one point, and desperately needing a result to kick start their season.  (Image: AP)

Everton 1 - 3 West Ham United | Goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Marko Arnautovic helped in gifting West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini a win on his birthday as the side emerged victorious at Goodision Park. Hammers led for the better part of the first half courtesy to Yarmolenko’s goals in the 11th and 31st minute. Everton forward Gylfi Sigurdsson then pulled one back when he scored in the injury time of first half. Hammers secured the match in the second half when Arnautovic poked one behind Everton goalkeeper Jordon Pickford in the 61st minute. (Image: Reuters)
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Everton 1 - 3 West Ham United | Goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Marko Arnautovic helped in gifting West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini a win on his birthday as the side emerged victorious at Goodision Park. Hammers led for the better part of the first half courtesy to Yarmolenko’s goals in the 11th and 31st minute. Everton forward Gylfi Sigurdsson then pulled one back when he scored in the injury time of first half. Hammers secured the match in the second half when Arnautovic poked one behind Everton goalkeeper Jordon Pickford in the 61st minute. (Image: Reuters)

Southampton 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion | Glenn Murray converted a stoppage-time penalty to earn a point as Brighton came from two goals down at Southampton. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg put the Saints ahead in the first-half with a sensational long-range drive before Danny Ings converted a penalty he won himself in the 65th minute for a 2-0 lead. Shane Duffy halved the deficit just two minutes later when he headed in Anthony Knockaert’s cross to set up a tense finish. It was Duffy himself who won the penalty for Brighton in stoppage time when James Ward-Prowse shoved him inside the area. (Image: Reuters)
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Southampton 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion | Glenn Murray converted a stoppage-time penalty to earn a point as Brighton came from two goals down at Southampton. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg put the Saints ahead in the first-half with a sensational long-range drive before Danny Ings converted a penalty he won himself in the 65th minute for a 2-0 lead. Shane Duffy halved the deficit just two minutes later when he headed in Anthony Knockaert’s cross to set up a tense finish. It was Duffy himself who won the penalty for Brighton in stoppage time when James Ward-Prowse shoved him inside the area. (Image: Reuters)

First Published on Sep 18, 2018 05:00 pm
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