Chris Smalling scores for Manchester United v Leicester City


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Manchester City is enjoying being on top of the England Premier League Table with eighteen points going into EPL Match Week 7. City has a perfect start to the 2016 - 2017 England Premier League season with six wins from six games under the leadership of new City boss Pep Guardiola.

Premier League Week 6 Scores, Results & Fixtures


Manchester Uniuted 4-1 Leicester City
Bournemouth 1-0 Everton
Liverpool 5-1 Hull
Middlesbrough 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Stoke 1-1 West Brom
Sunderland 2-3 Crystal Palace
Swansea City 1-3 Manchester City
Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea


West Ham 0- 3 Southampton


Burnley 2-0 Watford

England Premier League Table 2016-17 Week 6

Manchester City – 18 points
Tottenham Hotspur – 14 points
Liverpool – 13 points
Everton – 13 points
Arsenal – 13 points
Manchester United – 12 points
Chelsea – 10 points
Crystal Palace - 10 points
Southampton – 8 points
West Bromwich Albion – 8 points
Hull City – 7 points
Leicester – 7 points
Watford – 7 points
Bournemouth – 7 points
Middlesbrough – 5 points
Burnley – 4 points
Swansea – 4 points
West Ham – 3 points
Stoke City – 2 point
Sunderland – 1 point

Premier League Top Goal Scorers

As of 9,26.2016 going into EPL Match Week 7, here are the top goal scorers in the England Premier League to date after playing 6 games:

Diego Costa, Chelsea – 5 goals, 1 assist

Sergio Aguero, Manchester City – 5 goals, 1 assist

Michail Antonio, West Ham – 5 goals, 0 assist

Jermain Defoe, Sunderland - 4 goals

Romelu Lukaku, Everton – 4 goals, 1 assist

Etienne Capoue, Watford -  4 goals, 1 assist

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Manchester United – 4 goals, 1 assist

Raheem Sterling, Manchester City – 4 goals, 2 assists

Alexix Sanchez, Arsenal – 4 goals, 1 assist

Son Huang-Min, Tottenham Hostpur - 4 goals

Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford each scored a goal for Man United

England Premier League Week 6 Results

Week 6 match reports

Manchester United 4-1 Leicester City

Manchester United earned all three points with a decicive 4-1 win over Leicester City at Old Trafford on Saturday with golas from Smalling (22’min), Mata (27’in), Rashford (40’min), and Pogba (42’min).

Leicester City got off to a slow start that continued through the first half as Jose Mourinho’s side went into the break four goals ahead at 4-0.

Fill-in skipper Chris Smalling opened the scoring for United, heading home from Daley Blind's cross after 22 minutes. Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba all scored in a thrilling 10-minute climax to the first half. It was Pogba's first goal of the season. 

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney watched the game from the bench. Reportedly, Rooney has not been the same player since he was strongly criticized for his role as captain for the England National Team against Slovakia in September.

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri decided to withdraw Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez at the intermission. Demarai Gray's beautiful strike gave Leicester them a consolation.

After the match, Jose Mourinho talked about Leicester City and the match.

"They won the Premier League because some of the big teams were not good enough last season, but they won because they were very good and they are still very good. Their defensive process is clear, their attacking organization is very easy to understand, too, but it is very difficult to cope with it. It is very difficult to keep a clean sheet against a team like Leicester and it is difficult to score goals against a team like Leicester."

"I think there was a Wayne before the Slovakia-England and a Wayne after the Slovakia-England," Mourinho said. "I am not blaming Sam [Allardyce, England manager], not at all. I am blaming the people that after England-Slovakia were, in my opinion, too strong with somebody that is a very important player in the history of English football. I think it was too much but I still think, a big boy like he is, he has to face it in a strong way. In football everyone is the same and if he has to go on the bench, he goes on the bench. If he has to stay at home, he stays at home. But that doesn't mean that you don't trust him or you have a problem. Not at all. We have no problems. He is our captain but, of course, no privilege - he is like anyone else."

Leicester’s Italian manager Claudio Ranieri talked about his side’s courage.

"We are fearless. Why are we scared to go there? More than lose, what can we do there? "I enjoy - 70,000 people is amazing, fantastic. I don't want to go when there is just you and me to play. It is a very bad show. When you go in this big stadium you want to show your best," said Ranieri.

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