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EPL Table: 2016 Standings After Saturday’s Week 10 Results and Top Scorers


After recent talks of a crisis, Manchester City sent a message to their Premier League title rivals through a thumping 4-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns.

Pep Guardiola’s men had gone six games without a win in all competitions, but Sergio Aguero netted a brace and Ilkay Gundoganchipped in with a double of his own to stop the rot.

Aguero’s two goals sent him to the top of the scoring charts alongside Chelsea’s Diego Costa, while Manchester City held their place at the Premier League’s summit, as we see below:

Premier League Table
Pos.TeamPlayedWonDrawnLostGoal DifferencePoints
1Man City107211523
8Man Utd10433115
12C Palace10325-211
15W Brom10244-410
16West Ham9315-710
18Hull City10217-157

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Premier League Week 10 Results
Sunderland vs. Arsenal1-4
Manchester United vs. Burnley0-0
Middlesbrough vs. AFC Bournemouth2-0
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Leicester City1-1
Watford vs. Hull City1-0
West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester City0-4
Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool2-4
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Premier League Top Scorers
Diego CostaChelsea7
Sergio AgueroManchester City7
Alexis SanchezArsenal6
Romelu LukakuEverton6
Theo WalcottArsenal5
Michail AntonioWest Ham5
Jermain DefoeSunderland4
Philippe CoutinhoLiverpool4
Son Heung-minTottenham Hotspur4
Nacer ChadliWest Brom4
Sadio ManeLiverpool4
Raheem SterlingManchester City4
Charlie AustinSouthampton4
James McArthurCrystal Palace4
Roberto FirminoLiverpool4
Etienne CapoueWatford4
Leroy FerSwansea City4
Joe AllenStoke City4
Eden HazardChelsea4
Zlatan IbrahimovicManchester United4

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Level on points with Manchester City at the top are Arsenal and Liverpool, who both also chalked up four-goal hauls on Saturday.

The Gunners took on struggling Sunderland in the day’s early kick-off, and even though Jermain Defoe cancelled out Alexis Sanchez’s opener midway through the second half, Arsene Wenger’s men regained their composure to run out 4-1 winners.

Olivier Giroud came off the substitute’s bench to devastating effect by netting two well-taken goals, before Sanchez added his second of the match moments later. Journalist and Arsenal fan Piers Morgan was one of many praising the two frontmen after the match:


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