England

Saturday 24 September 2016

Caption

The Germany international was on target in an impressive team performance against the Blues and he is happy with the way Arsene Wenger's side are improving

Caption

Arsenal goalscorer Theo Walcott felt a team effort overpowered Chelsea in the Premier League's London derby at Emirates Stadium.

Caption

The Italian suffered his most humiliating defeat as Blues boss as his side were woefully outclassed against their London rivals

Caption

The midfielder netted his first goal since his return to Manchester United and the manager hopes to see more impressive displays from him

Caption

Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil were in on the goals as Arsene Wenger's men picked up a fourth consecutive win in the Premier League

Caption

The Catalan manager has enjoyed a perfect start to life in England and could break a win record that the Italian set with Chelsea seven years ago

Caption

The Italian manager was disappointed with the way his side capitulated in the first half as they conceded four goals before the break

Caption

The Argentine striker already has 11 goals in six games in all competitions this season, but the Manchester City manager believes he is capable of even more

Caption

The Manchester City boss keeps insisting he wants to see more from his striker and with 11 goals in six games both men are certainly reaping the benefits

Caption

The Merseysiders put on another show of complete authority and collective brilliance as they humiliated Hull City 5-1 in their second home game of the season

Caption

The England striker suffered an ankle ligament injury last week leaving a hole in the Tottenham attack and a player on the fringes last season is proving himself ready to reliev...

Caption

Junior Stanislas was the match winner as the Cherries picked up their second win of the season, inflicting the first defeat on Ronald Koeman's side

Caption

The former Liverpool striker netted deep into stoppage time to leave the Black Cats bottom of the Premier League table despite Jermain Defoe's double

Caption

A Sergio Aguero brace followed by a lovely goal courtesy of the excellent Raheem Sterling give Pep Guardiola's men a sixth successive Premier League win, taking them to 18 points

Caption

Mauricio Pochettino's men maintained their unbeaten start to the Premier League campaign thanks to the South Korean, who grabbed two to move them into second place

Caption

The Argentine returned from suspension to help fire Pep Guardiola's men to a sixth consecutive Premier League win, while Raheem Sterling also got in on the action

Caption

Jurgen Klopp's side continued their run of fine form with a rampant display at the KC Stadium against a side reduced to 10 men after Ahmed Elmohamady saw red in the first half