Premier League 2012-2013: results from Round 18

As you know the Premier League at Christmas but rests not speeding and so far have already played their Week 18 which has tightened the top of the classification due to tie the Manchester United home of Swansea where there Michu goal. This result allows the City placed at 4 points off the lead.

Fernando Torres

Michu was not the only Spanish striker of the day as well Arleta, penalty, made the only goal of Arsenal’s win over Wigan Roberto Martinez. It also marked Fernando Torres in a day for Chelsea placid Rafa Benitez as Aston Villa beat by a shocking 8-0.

The Manchester City, although high, did his homework on Saturday, winning 1-0 at Reading. Gareth Barry was the goalscorer pass from David Silva. That result got pressure on Manchester United visit to Swansea. The Ferguson started either because it ahead on the scoreboard with a goal from Evra at the exit of a corner but Michu tied to the average now leveraging a rebound of De Gea and standing as the lone scorer in Premier. That marker was not worth that Ferguson’s team went on the attack in search of victory but Van Persie found the crossbar with one of his shots and neither Giggs volley hit when the game ended.

In the third position in the table found at Chelsea who had an easy match against Aston Villa when they thrashed 8-0. Fernando Torres opened the scoring and then scored David Luiz, Lampard, Ivanovic, Hazard, Oscar and Ramires twice. The fourth position is very close but at the moment belongs to Arsenal won 0-1 with goals from Arteta penalty.

The results complete the day was:

  • Swansea City – Manchester United 1-1.
  • Chelsea – Aston Villa 8-0.
  • Wigan Athletic – Arsenal 0-1.
  • Manchester City – Reading 1-0.
  • Newcastle United – Queens Park Rangers 1-0.
  • Southampton – Sunderland. 0-1.
  • Tottenham Hotspur – Stoke City 0-0.
  • West Bromwich Albion – Norwich City 2-1.
  • West Ham United – Everton 1-2.
  • Liverpool – Fulham 4-0.
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