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Arsenal 2 - 0 Tottenham

Round 12 of the EPL kicked-off with the North London Derby with Arsenal claiming bragging rights in a game many expected Tottenham to win. Shkodran Mustafi opened the scoring with a headed finish following a Mesut Ozil assist. No less then five minutes later star man Alexis Sanchez doubled Arsenals lead.

Harry Kane was no where to be seen in a game that Tottenham needed to win to stay in touch with league leaders.

Manchester Utd 4 - 1 Newcastle

Manchester United were back to winning ways following a 4-1 win after going down to an early goal courtesy of Dwight Gayle.

Paul Pogba's much anticipated return was topped off with a very impressive performance after the Frenchman claimed an assist for the first goal and finished off Marcus Rashford's classy headed assist following some good build up play.

Lukaku was also back to scoring ways after a seven game goalless slump and Zlatan Ibrahimovic played his first minutes since his anterior cruciate ligament injury in April this year, an injury that people tipped could potentially end his career.

Liverpool 3 - 0 Southampton

Mohammed Salah is looking to be the signing of the summer following a brace which saw him become the league's leading scorer with nine goals. Coutinho topped off the 3-0 win to continue their run of high-scoring form.

Leicester City 0 - 2 Manchester City

League leaders Manchester City secured an away win at Leicester to keep their eight point lead at the top of the table in-tact. Kevin De Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus continued their good form both finding the back of the net.

West Bromwich Albion 0 - 4 Chelsea

Chelsea inflict more pain on West Brom, who haven't won since the second week of the season. Alvaro Morata, who has impressed ever since signing for the champions, again found the back of the net to bring his goal tally to eight, while Eden Hazard completed a brace to help the Blues secure a 4-0 win.

Crystal Palace 2 - 2 Everton

A jam packed first half saw the struggling Crystal Palace and Everton draw 2-2. James McArthur opened the scoring in the first minute but was soon cancelled out after Leighton Baines converted a spot kick. Wilfred Zaha gave Palace the lead following a cross from Joel Ward but it was Oumar Niasse who ensured Everton went into the break even scoring on the brink of Half-time.

Burnely 2 - 0 Swansea

Burnley continued their good form following a convincing 2-0 win over the struggling Swansea, Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes both found the back of the net in the first half to secure the 3 points which sees them sharing 5th place with Arsenal and Liverpool who are all on 22 points.

Bournemouth 4 - 0 Huddersfield Town

Callum Wilson claimed the match ball following a hat-trick that saw Bournemouth down Huddersfield 4-0. Despite having significantly less possession it was a case of taking their chances for the cherries, scoring from four of their five shots on target.

Watford 2- 0  West Ham

Watford played host to West Ham as they looked to return to winning form following their three game losing streak. Will Hughes and Richarlison who has been impressive all season found the back of the net to hand David Moyes a defeat in his West Ham managerial debut.

Brighton and Hove Albion 2 - 2 Stoke City

Stoke and Brighton shared the points in another high scoring affair. Choupo-Moting gave the visitors the lead just prior to the half-hour mark, before Pascal Grob levelled the scores just before half-time.

Kurt Zouma then gave Stoke the lead once again in the 46th minute, but Australian Mat Ryan's side would not be denied a point, with Jose Izquierdo squaring the ledger once again just 15 minutes later.