Manchester City finally ending their victory drought as this weekend Pep Guardiola’s men hammered West Bromwich Albion 4-0, quite similar result was also picked up by Arsenal as they defeated Sunderland 4-1.
Keen on snapping their six games winless streak, Man City were very determined in overcoming their opponent, despite having to play away from home.
Sergio Aguero’s return into the starting line up inspired Guardiola’s side as the Argentinian international grabbed two goals all in the first 45 minutes.
After the break, it was Ilkay Gundogan who turned as goal scorer as his double completed City’s domination in that game winning 4-0 over WBA.
Meanwhile, following a disappointing goalless draw in the league last weekend, Arsenal finally got their mojo back with Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud both scoring the double.
Sunderland themselves only able to get one goal back in that game, courtesy of Jermaine Defoe’s spot kick midway into the second half.
The victory puts Gunners joint first at the top of Premier League standings, though Man City are formally ahead due to better goal difference.
In other games, Manchester United apparently still struggling to win in the league as they were held into a goalless draw by Burnley, in a game which saw Jose Mourinho and Ander Herrera sent off for United.
Liverpool continue their surge for top spot challenge as they defeated Crystal Palace 4-2, despite having to play away from home.
Full result of Premier League Saturday fixtures:
Sunderland 1-4 Arsenal; Manchester United 0-0 Burnley; Middlesbrough 2-0 Bournemouth; Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Leicester City; Watford 1-0 Hull City; West Bromwich Albion 0-4 Manchester City; Crystal Palace 2-4 Liverpool.