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Lewis Ambrose

🎥 Late goals and big shocks! The best of Saturday’s PL action


José Mourinho returned, Liverpool survived a scare, Chelsea out-possessed Man City, Arsenal were held at home and Norwich FINALLY won!

Here are all the goals from Saturday’s Premier League action.


Let’s start with the late game, shall we?

Chelsea saw more of the ball than Manchester City on Saturday evening but let a one-goal lead slip at the champions.


Spurs raced into a 3-0 lead under their new boss but things were far from settled there.

A late West Ham rally saw them pull two back. It wasn’t, though, enough to deny their London rivals.


Arsenal disappointed again as Southampton visited the Emirates.

The Gunners came from behind twice to draw but it’s now five Premier League games without a win.


It’s never boring when these two meet and we were treated to another spectacle at Selhurst Park.

Three goals, one a late winner, and another disallowed.

Liverpool were, though, the victors. As they invariably are.


After over two months, Norwich were finally back to winning ways.

Two second half goals saw them claim their first away win of the season and leave Marco Silva clinging on to his job.


Leicester marched on with a fifth win on the bounce at Brighton.

Ayoze Pérez opened the scoring and Jamie Vardy added a second from the spot to seal the three points and send the Foxes into second.


Goals from João Moutinho and Raúl Jiménez were enough for the guests at Bournemouth, who did pull one back despite playing the second half with ten men.

It’s eight unbeaten for Wolves now.


Burnley weathered an early storm to seal an easy win at Vicarage Road.

The Clarets are now up to sixth in the table.