1. Arsenal and Iwobi fail to make it 12
The gunners have won their last 11 matches in all competition including seven consecutive wins in the league.
Two penalty goals from Palace’s skipper Luka Milivojevic in both halves (p46′, 81′) ensured Palace got a deserved point in the encounter. Granit Xhaka and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang got both goals for Arsenal in the second half of the game.
2. Ndidi Admits He Was ‘Lucky’ To Score
Footballlive.ng learnt that Ndidi and his side heaved a sigh of relief, after the Super Eagles’ star’s effort helped his side eke out a 1-1 draw against visiting West Ham United.
Ndidi’s goal also helped Leicester preserve their record as one of two teams in the English Premier League to have scored in every game this season, along with Tottenham Hotspur.
3. Ighalo Happy To Hit Goal Number 21 In China
After setting a new personal best of highest number of goals scored personally in a single season, footballlive.ng reports that Ighalo gave credit for the support he got from his teammates, coaches and fans.
Ighalo’s previous best was back in the 2014-2015 season when he netted 20 league goals for Watford but he has now bettered that record by one, but the former Udinese of Italy star sad he would have loved to win.
4. Mikel Moves From Bull’s Eye To ‘Villain’
Before slumping into dismay, Mikel netted his first goal in six months, but his error saw Teda end up getting beaten 4-2 by Shanghai Shenhua in the Chinese Super League on Sunday, footballlive.ng reports.
Giovanni Andres Moreno scored with a header to open scoring for the visitors in the 14th minute, but Mikel equalised eight minutes later.
5. Burnley 0 Chelsea 4 : Moses-Less Chelsea Extend Unbeaten Run With Impressive Win
Chelsea continued their start to the English Premier League season as they defeated Burnley 4-0 on Sunday afternoon.
Prior to kickoff, the Blues had only won one of their last four top-flight matches although were unbeaten under new manager Maurizio Sarri.