Goals are flying over the lines of England, as six 10 a.m. ET kickoffs dot the Premier League landscape.
Bournemouth 1-1 West Ham United [STREAM]
A sneaky good match of Top Seven competitors has seen two terrific finishes. Andriy Yarmolenko swept a Sebastien Haller pass inside the far post to give the visitors an early lead, but VAR helped a ruled offside Joshua King goal earn its proper place on the scoreboard.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Southampton [STREAM]
If at first you don’t succeed: Moments after Heung-Min Son‘s pass for Tanguy Ndombele inside the 18 was a little off, it was a little on. The South Korean assisted his French midfielder’s terrific shot as Tottenham Hotspur Stadium felt some early relief on Saturday.
But the cool vibes were short-lived, as Serge Aurier picked up his second yellow card of the half hour to put Spurs down to 10 men and Hugo Lloris made as poor a goalkeeper decision as you’ll see in a league as good as this to allow Danny Ings a tap-in. Good hustle from the Saints man for 1-1.
Harry Kane answered the setback in short order, an insane finish to the first half in North London.
Aston Villa 1-0 Burnley [STREAM]
Anwar El Ghazi gave Villa its deserved lead before halftime, connecting with Frederic Guibert’s cros
Wolves 1-0 Watford [STREAM]
Crystal Palace 1-0 Norwich City [STREAM]
Chelsea 0-0 Brighton [STREAM]
Nothing here, which is a bit of a surprise. Chelsea opened up a 13-0 advantage in shots, but has yet to bring any of the 7-finish form it showed at midweek. Mat Ryan’s made some nice saves for the Seagulls.