Sunday, March 23, 2014

Toure, Eto'o and Salah shine big in Saturday's Premier League games.

Jose Mourinho's Blues beat Wenger in his 500th game in Charge of Arsenal since 2005, Mourinho has not lost to Wenger in 11 games. Chelsea FC Cech's amazing saves stopped every efforts made by Arsenal.
Samuel Eto'o not going straight to the point netted the first goal for the Blues just five minutes into the first-half of the game, still on fire, Andre Schurrle doubled the score for the Blues 2 minutes later after using well executed counter-attacking methods. Eden Hazard's penalty after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's handball gave the Blues another opportunity to find the back of the net. Oscar scored twice in the 44th and 66th minute of the game and Chelsea newly appointed midfielder and Egyptian international Mohammed Salah scored his very first goal for the Blues and he celebrated with an apparent demonstration of Sujood (An Islamic act of bowing down in prayer. ) Saturdays victory for Chelsea was the first time in the club's history that they have scored 6 times against their English contenders.

Ivory Coast striker Yaya Toure's hat-trick help Manchester City in their 5-0 defeat over Fulham. The current African player of the year scored twice from the penalty spot and hit a stunning third from 25 yards bringing his seasons total goals to 20. Ferandinho and Martin Demichellis both scored giving Man-City their very impressive 5-0 victory over Fulham.