Celebrity striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice on his home debut for Manchester United


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Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Hull have 6 points apiece after winning their MatchWeek 2 games.

Manchester United 2-0 Southampton

Super-star Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice on his home debut as Manchester United claimed an exciting Premier League victory against Southampton at Old Trafford under the leadership of new United manager Jose Mourinho. Ibra has scored three times in his two Premier League appearances for Manchester United. Ibra headed home Man Utd skipper Wayne Rooney's cross from the right. Ibra also scored from the penalty spot after Jordy Clasie fouled Luke Shaw, already making a difference since joining on a free transfer this summer. Defender Eric Bailly is already a fan pleaser at Man United and was named man of the match on his Premier League debut against Bournemouth. Bailly was named man of the match in last week's Community Shield win over Leicester as well.

On Saturday, Manchester United travel to Hull City in hopes of winning their third match on 27 August. Buy Manchester United tickets now for all matches!

Paul Pogba, Manchester United's £89m world-record signing from Juve, made his debut for the Red Devils against Southampton.

Stoke City 1-4 Manchester City

Under Pep Guardiola’s leadership, Manchester City have scored 9 goals in their first 2 clashes. Sergio Aguero and Nolito each scored twice as Man City stopped Stoke's second-half comeback.

Arsenal 0-0 Leicester City

Having both lost their opening matches, Arsenal and Leicester tried their very best to win their second games – but neither side was able to score a single goal due to capable goalies and strong defense on both sides.

EPL Week 2 Results

Manchester United 2-0 Southampton
Leicester City 0-0 Arsenal 
Burnley 2-0 Liverpool 
Stoke City 1-4 Manchester City
Watford 1-2 Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Crystal Palace
West Brom 1-2 Everton
Swansea 0-2 Hull City
Sunderland 1-2 Middlesborough
West Ham 1-0 Bournemouth

English Premier League Table Week 2

Manchester City, Manchester United, Hull City, and FC Chelsea are sitting on top of the England Premier League Table going into EPL week 3. Sunderland, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth are at the bottom of the table with zero points each. 

EPL Table Positions Key

Champions League 1,2,3,4. Europa League 5. Relegation 18,19,20. (Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. The top 4 teams will compete in the Champions League in the following season, fifth place team will compete in Europa League, and bottom 3 teams will be automatically relegated to the division below at the end of the England Premier League season. In the event that two or more teams finish level on points at the end of the season, the team with the better goal difference will finish higher. If two or more teams have the same points and the same goal difference, the team which has scored the higher number of goals will finish higher. If two or more teams finish level on points, goal difference and goals scored, and the championship, a relegation place or European qualification is at stake, they will then play off to decide who finishes higher.)

·       1 Manchester City – 6 points

·       2 Manchester United – 6 points

·       3 Hull City – 6 points

·       4 Chelsea – 6 points

·       5 Everton – 4 points

·       6 Middlesbrough – 4 points

·       7 Tottenham Hotspur – 4 points

·       8 Burnley – 3 points

·       9 West Brom – 3 points

·       10 West Ham – 3 points

·       11 Liverpool – 3 points

·       12 Swansea – 3 points

·       13 Arsenal – 1 point

·       14 Watford – 1 point

·       15 Leicester – 1 point

·       16 Southampton – 1 point

·       17 Stoke City – 1 point

·       18 Sunderland – 0 points

·       19 Crystal Palace – 0 points

·       20 Bournemouth – 0 points

Sergio "Kun" Aguero, Manchester City

2016-2017 England Premier League Top Goal-Scorers (as of 8.22.16)

Sergio Aguero, Manchester City – 3 goals
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Manchester United – 3 goals
Nolito, Manchester City – 2 goals
Cristhian Stuaini, Middlesborough – 2 ggoals
Philippe Coutinho, Liverpool - 2 goals
Etienne Capoue; Watford – 2 goals
Diego Costa, Chelsea – 2 goals

EPL Clean Sheets (as of 8.22.16)

Lukasz Fabianski, Swansea City

Swansea City’s #1 Lukasz Fabianski has kept two clean sheets in the Swans first two matches of the 2016-2017 England Premier League season. Polish international Fabianski became Swansea City’s first summer signing in May 2014 after he joined the Swans on a free transfer from titan club FC Arsenal. Fabianski signed a four-year deal with the Swans becoming manager Garry Monk’s first signing since taking over as boss. Fabianski ended a seven-year stint with the Gunners, having played his last game in Arsenal’s FA Cup final win over Hull City at Wembley Stadium in London. In Fabianski’s first season with the Swans, the Pole pleased supporters at the Liberty featuring in 37 Premier League games for the club, missing only one match due to suspension. Goalie Fabianski kept 13 clean sheets in the EPL, and was awarded with the Players’ Player of the Year, Best Newcomer and Away Player of the Year. He signed a new contract up to June 2019, before the opening game of the 2015-16 campaign. In June 2016, he helped Poland reach the quarter-finals of the European Championships in France, keeping two clean sheets in four appearances.

  • Arsenal - 1
  • Bournemouth - 1
  • Crystal Palace - 1
  • Leicester City - 1
  • Liverpool - 1
  • Southampton - 1
  • Swansea City, Lukasz Fabianski – 2
  • West Brom Albion - 1

EPL Week 3 Football Tickets for Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Leicester City, Liverpool, Spurs

The Spurs host Liverpool in Week 3 of the 2016-17 Premier League season in a crucial clash on the road for Champions League qualification. Both sides have UEFA Champions League qualification as a major goal this season, but have already dropped points, with Tottenham drawing with Everton on their opening fixture, and Liverpool losing at Burnley in Week 2. Arsenal travel to Watford, Chelsea host Burnley, and Manchester United travel to Hull City. Here's the schedule for Week 3 with links to buy football tickets to be there with other fans to watch your favorite club in live action!

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Paul Pogba, made his debut for Jose Mourinho's Man United against Southampton.