Man Shitty fell behind one nil to Wolves. Wolverhampton’s Willy Boly nailed a close-range rocket in the 57th minute.
Man Shitty found the equalizer in the 67th minute. Aymeric Laporte perfectly placed header of a sublime free kick from mate Ilkay Gundogan made it one all.
This is the first time since February 3rd Shitty hasn’t won on the road.
My guys from Arsenal fell behind one nil to West Ham. The guys came back and scored three goals to win at our house Emirates 3-1.
EPL Match Report: Arsenal came from behind to beat West Ham United 3-1 at Emirates Stadium for their first points of the season.
Marko Arnautovic had put the Hammers in front when he played a one-two with Felipe Anderson and struck from the edge of the box.
Nacho Monreal equalised for the home side when Hector Bellerin’s cross hit Alex Iwobi and fell for the Spaniard to score from close range.
West Ham’s Robert Snodgrass then sent a great chance straight at Petr Cech and, after Arnautovic went off injured, Arsenal took advantage.
Substitute Alexandre Lacazette’s cross went in off Issa Diop for an own goal on the defender’s Premier League debut.
Danny Welbeck converted Bellerin’s cross in stoppage time to confirm the win that lifts Arsenal up to 11th. West Ham are bottom after a third consecutive defeat.
Everton down to ten men took a 2-0 lead only blow it big time against Bournemouth as the Cherries came storming back to score two goals to for the two all draw.
The Toffees Richarlison was sent packing in the 41st minute. Everton scored twice Theo Walcott scored in the 56th minute and Michael Keane tickled the twines in the 66th minute for a two-nil lead.
Bournemouth’s Adam Smith was given the heave hoe in the 61st minute. The Cherries were given a life line when Joshua King nailed the PK in the 75th minute to make it 2-1. Bournemouth Nathan Ake’s rammed it home in the 79th minute to break the Toffees hearts.
Everton and Bournemouth drew two all.
Leicester City defeated Southampton 2-1
Cardiff City and Huddersfield kissed their sister nil-nil.
Liverpool squeaked by Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0 at Anfield to jump into first place with nine points