Premier League 2017-18 – Match Week 4

English Premier League 2017-18 match week 4 – summary, highlights, standings, press conferences, statistics, reports and many more.

West Ham United20Huddersfield Town
Obiang (72′), A Ayew (77′)FT

Pedro Obiang’s heavily deflected goal was the moment of luck West Ham needed to set them on the way to their first points of the Premier League season as Huddersfield suffered their first defeat.

Swansea City01Newcastle United
FTLascelles (76′)

Newcastle United earned a second successive Premier League win as captain Jamaal Lascelles proved to be their match-winner at both ends at Swansea City.

A soporific first half was enlivened by a flurry of late chances at both ends and a failed Newcastle appeal for a penalty after Mikel Merino appeared to dive under pressure from Alfie Mawson.

Burnley10Crystal Palace
Wood (3′)FT

Chris Wood scored on his full debut as Burnley beat Crystal Palace to move into the top half of the Premier League table and increase the pressure on Eagles boss Frank de Boer.

Clarets record signing Wood, who scored the equaliser at Tottenham after coming on as a substitute two weeks ago, seized on a horrendous back-pass from Lee Chung-yong before shooting past Wayne Hennessey in just the third minute at Turf Moor.

Stoke City22Manchester United
Choupo-Moting (43′, 63′)FTRashford (45’+1), R Lukaku (57′)

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored twice as Stoke ended Manchester United’s 100% start to the new Premier League season.

Manchester City50Liverpool
Agüero (24′), Jesus (45’+6, 53′), Sané (77′, 90’+1)FTMané ( 37′)

Manchester City thrashed ten-man Liverpool, who had Sadio Mane sent off for a reckless challenge on Ederson.

Pep Guardiola Full Post Match Press Conference

Arsenal30AFC Bournemouth
Welbeck (6′, 50′), Lacazette (27′)FT

Danny Welbeck scored twice as Arsenal returned to winning ways and condemned winless Bournemouth to a fourth successive defeat.

Arsene Wenger Full Post Match Press Conference

Brighton31West Brom
Groß (45′, 48′), Hemed (63′)FTMorrison (77′)

Brighton recorded their first top-flight win for 34 years as two goals from Pascal Gross helped them to an emphatic victory over West Brom.

Everton03Tottenham Hotspur
FTKane (28′, 46′), Eriksen (42′)

Harry Kane admitted his 100th goal for Tottenham was a fluke but was delighted to reach the milestone in his side’s ruthless 3-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park.

Leicester City12Chelsea
Vardy (62′ pen)FTMorata (41′), Kanté (50′)

N’Golo Kante says he did not celebrate after scoring against Leicester out of respect for his former side, as Chelsea beat the Foxes to climb into the top three.

Antonio Conte Full Post Match Press Conference

FTDoucouré (38′), Janmaat (66′)

Watford scored two spectacular goals as they deservedly won away at Southampton to move up to fourth in the Premier League table.

Premier League Table – On week 4
1Man Utd43101221010
2Man City4310102810
9West Brom42114407
12Stoke City41214405
18West Ham4103410-63
20Crystal Palace400407-70

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