Gameweek 34 Summary
Tevez hat-trick inspires Sky Blues to rain down heavily on Canaries
Man City scored their tenth goal in two matches as they smashed 6 past Norwich. 5 goals from City’s Argentinian strikers showed their potent capability. It only serves to raise questions as to how well City could have done had Tevez been fully available and played throughout the season.
Wolves succeed in rare goalless stalemate at the Stadium of Light
Sunderland failed to inflict defeat on a wounded Wolves team that had lost seven matches in a row. The goalless draw was Wolves’ first clean sheet in 31 matches. The result will only act as a consolation prize for Wolves as they look to make the best of a dire situation in their relegation battle.
“Siggy Stardust” shines as Swansea rumble ragged Rovers
Blackburn lost their fifth match in a row courtesy of a three goal rout by Swansea. Sigurdsson once again got on the score sheet, with an impressive seventh goal from fourteen matches, as the Swans secured their first win in five matches and passed the magical 40 point mark (now on 42 points).
Baggies bag a goal to beat beleaguered Hoops
QPR’s woeful away form continued as they lost at The Hawthorns. West Brom could have scored more had Kenny not made vital saves for QPR. The Hoops remain two points above the relegation zone, though 18th placed Bolton have two games in hand.
Four-goal United are triumphant and reinforce their intent for the title
Man United bounced back from their humiliating defeat to Wigan with a comfortable win against Villa at Old Trafford. They probably should have scored more than four goals had their players not missed a number of easy chances. United maintain their five point lead against City and will now be looking for victory against Everton at home.
Lethal Latics shoot down Gunners with shock victory at The Emirates
Wigan recorded their first ever away win against Arsenal, in part due to their unexpected brace of goals in the first ten minutes of the match. A lacklustre Arsenal should have hit back with more goals, yet failed to and instead raised more questions about their vulnerability. The Latics are now five points above the relegation zone (unbeaten in 8 of their last 10 matches), a remarkable achievement considering their poor form earlier in the season.
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