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Arsenal nailed a late goal to pull out a hard fought 1-0 win over West Brom.

The match winner came in the 86th minute when Olivier Giroud found the back of the net.

EPL Match summary: “Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud headed in a crucial late winner to end a run of two successive defeats to finally break down a resolute West Bromwich Albion display.


The Gunners dominated the first half with 80 per cent of possession but only conjured up a handful of promising openings.


Ben Foster pulled off a brace of remarkable saves to deny Arsenal as Alexis Sanchez also struck the post on the turn from close range. Claudio Yacob looped his shot over the bar from six yards before Giroud latched onto Mesut Ozil’s cross to head Arsenal to maximum points at the Emirates Stadium.”

The win keeps the guys in touch with the leaderboard Chelsea. The Blues won their twelfth straight match a 3-0 win over Bournemouth.

The Blues have 46 points.

Man Shitty defeated bottom feeder Hull City 3-0.


Shitty is second with 39 points for now until Liverpool and Stoke City wage war later today.

The Reds are third with 37 points.

My Gunners have 37 points good enough for fourth place.

Manchester U won their third straight match a 3-1 over Sunderland. The Red Devils are in sixth place.


EPL Match summary: Zlatan Ibrahimovic continued his goalscoring run as Manchester United claimed a fourth straight Premier League win at the expense of Sunderland.


Daley Blind broke the deadlock with his first Premier League goal of the season after some fine build up play involving Marcos Rojo and Ibrahimovic.


Manchester United took control of the second half and doubled their lead when Ibrahimovic coolly finished past Jordan Pickford, taking his tally to eight goals in seven Premier League appearances.


The Swedish striker then turned provider for Henrikh Mkhitaryan who added a third before Fabio Borini pulled a goal back in stoppage time for Sunderland who remain in the bottom three.”


The Red Devils have 33 points.


22 thoughts on “De Futebol

    1. Yes they are. Chelsea has won twelve straight matches. Liverpool is looking good. Arsenal picked up a key win. Man U has won three straight.


      1. it is worse than stupid. Stupid is as stupid does. Bob Bradley was way in over his head. Yet he did win two matches. It takes more that a month or eiht matches to turn a club around.


      2. Soccer is still a sport , most Americans simply don’t understand . So why would anyone believe having an American as the manager of an English Premiership team would be a resounding success ? Bob Bradley was even more unqualified than a drunk who wants to be given a license to drive a garbage truck . Swansea City’s owners (American businessmen) were so full of themselves that it is so embarrassing .


      3. yes they do. Americans do not know the game. Yet when Tim Howard retired you saw how great a player he was. How many matches did he keep the guys in? Too many not count


      4. Tim Howard has been the only world-class player ever been produced by the country. Clint Dempsey was never consistent enough . Landon Donovan was style over substance and given way more credit than he ever deserved . Freddy Adu was the biggest bust on the scene of the game domestically . Thank God, . no one ever had the temerity to sign him long-term and then have him play professionally in one of the major European Soccer Leagues !

        I think this video sums up what’s good and bad about the game of soccer when it comes to hype.


      5. Tim Howard learned the game from Sir Alex and Man U. I agree. Donovan was a hype and bust Freddie Adu nao serve para nada. Clint Dempsey should have stayed in the EPL.


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