Premier League 2012-2013: Results and Standings after Round 25

This week we have played two games of the Premier League for the Manchester United has come as a big winner in regards to the title fight. Pupils from Sir Alex Ferguson have managed two wins while Manchester City has started only two draws which means that in five days the network evils have extended their lead at the top to 9 points.

This weekend was visiting the United Fulham to win cost him 0-1. The Manchester could not open the scoring until Rooney hit the absence of just over 10 minutes left. In any case, Ferguson enjoyed more opportunities and crashed the ball into the timber up to three times before getting the only goal.


The victory of united pressure got City playing on Sunday and had a tough game against Liverpool which ended in 2-2. Dzeko ahead of the Citizens but Sturridge and Gerrard turned the scoreboard. In the final stretch of the match Aguero put the tying goal. Sunday also played the Tottenham who got into the fight for third place by winning 0-1 at West Brom with a goal from Gareth Bale.

And the third, and is walking the Spurs after Chelsea fell 3-2 at Newcastle. Jonas ahead of the premises but goals from Lampard and Mata turned the scoreboard. However, in the final stretch of the match with two goals Sissoko left the three points at home to Newcastle. The London club if he could win was Arsenal who debuted in Nacho Monreal also left holder. A goal from Lukas Podolski free directs left the three points at the Emirates in a match where he returned to Arteta to play after his injury.

The results were:

Queens Park Rangers – Norwich 0-0.
Arsenal – Stoke City. 1-0.
Everton – Aston Villa. 3-3.
Newcastle – Chelsea. 3-2.
Reading – Sunderland. 2-1.
West Ham – Swansea. 1-0.
Wigan – Southampton. 2-2.
Fulham – Manchester United. 0-1.
West Bromwich Albion – Tottenham. 0-1.
Manchester City – Liverpool. 2-2.

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