West Ham performed way below par as they hosted Manchester city in an EPL match. The home side was in poor performance from throughout, making the life easy for Pep Guardiola’s men from the start to the finish.

Manchester City managed to have a convincing win after two disappointing matches. De Bruyne put Manchester City to lead in the 17th minute with another score from D. SIilva in the 21st. A splendid performance from Manchester city saw them getting another goal from Jesus late towards the end of the first half. As if that was enough, Jose Fonte fouled Raheem Sterling in the 66th minute and city was awarded a penalty. Yaya Toure converted the penalty, putting the final nail on the coffin.

Despite putting in a splendid show and missing a plenty of clear chances in the first half, Manchester United couldn’t get past Hull city’s goalkeeper E. Jakupovic goal stopping techniques. Hull’s shot stopper had a busy day as he had to deal with shots from Zlatan Ibramovic in the 35th minute, his clear save and interception from dangerous passes saved the day.

Everton took it also to a draw with score from each side. Stoke City took the lead in the 7th minute with a score from Peter Crouch from a ball squared by Marko Arnautovic. Everton were not discouraged by the early goal as they continued to dominate the game despite being the visitors. Their effort paid off in the 39th minute as Stoke city couldn’t contain the pressure resulting in Ryan Shawcross scoring in his own net from a blocked free kick. The visitors continued with the pressure but they only managed to walk away with from Bet365 Stadium with a point.

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