Premier League matchday seven is almost done and dusted. Roy Hodgson will visit Eddie Howe tonight to finalize this round of matches. This is set to be a great match for the fans because both sides are playing great football at the moment. The rest of the field is getting on well. Manchester City is now top of the table on goal difference but same points with Liverpool who they play next week. Chelsea is just 2 points behind them. Manchester United is dropping down quickly after suffering their third defeat last weekend against West Ham. Today, we want to recognize game seven best performers last weekend in English top flight.
6. Mesut Ozil- 1 Goal
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Arsenal defeated Watford 2-0 at Emirates on Saturday but that is just part of the story. The match was very close for both sides until the 81st minute when Craig Cathcart scored an own goal. Like they did against Everton, the Gunners capitalized on another mistake two minutes later and Mesut Ozil secured the result with a second goal in the 83rd minute. It was the 7th victory for Unai Emery side since they lost away against Chelsea in matchday two.
5. Felipe Aderson- 1 Goal
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West Ham United summer signings are finally coming good. Issa Diop is doing a great job at the centre of defense for the Hammer. However, Manuel Pellegrini will be happier today because his expensive signing Felipe Aderson who arrived for £36 million from Lazio is finally delivering for the team. The 25-year-old Brazilian scored a great opening goal to put Manchester United on the back foot. The home side went on to defeat the Red Devils 3-
4. Daniel Sturridge- 1 Goal
Look at Alisson in the background celebrating Sturridge's goal last night 😍 pic.twitter.com/mGY3lCGig0
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Liverpool was looking at another defeat at Stamford Bridge in less than a week. The Reds had lost 2-1 in Carabao Cup third round tie against the same team. Eden Hazard second half bullet was looking like a winner for Maurizio Sarri until Daniel Sturridge arrived later in the game. The forgotten England striker struck the ball perfectly to beat Chelsea keeper Kepa with only 2 minutes remaining. It was a great goal given that he was on the pitch for less than 5 minutes. The fans are already asking for him to get more minutes on the pitch.