Sunderland

18th Premier League | 3-9-2
  • Goals For
    16th
    14 GF
  • Assists
    19th
    6 GA
  • Shots
    16th
    98 Shots
  • Saves
    2nd
    60 SAV
  • Stoke City 2-0 Burnley: Hughes’ go top half with win
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    Stoke City 2-0 Burnley: Hughes’ go top half with win

    Walters lashes home Muniesa nabs first PL goal Clarets sink 14th Jonathan Walters and Marc Muniesa scored as Stoke City continued to make its early season woes a thing of the past in a 2-0 win over visiting Burnley on Saturday at the Britannia Stadium. The loss leaves Burnley just three points above the drop zone, while Stoke arrives in the top half with 19 points. [ MORE: ] Burnley had the ball in the early stages, but Bruno Martins Indi provided the first bit of true danger when the Stoke back headed the ball off the woodwork. Tom Heaton missed the game through injury, but he wouldn’t have made a difference on Walters’ opener. The Stoke man belted a Mame Biram Diouf cross behind Paul Robinson

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    Jermain Defoe doubles Sunderland's lead

    The ball deflects to Jermain Dofoe in the box and the forward sends a shot into the back of the net to give Sunderland a 2-0 lead over Leicester City.

  • West Brom 3-1 Watford: Baggies ruthless against 10-man Hornets
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    West Brom 3-1 Watford: Baggies ruthless against 10-man Hornets

    Evans, Brunt, Phillips score Kabasele got Hornets back in it Pereyra sent off late on  West Brom unbeaten in four West Brom beat 10-man Watford 3-1 at the Hawthorns on Saturday to continue their good form as Tony Pulis‘ side push towards the top six. The Baggies went 2-0 up in the first half through Jonny Evans‘ header and then Chris Brunt‘s low free kick found the back of the net. Watford had some hope in the second half as Christian Kabasele made it 2-1 but after Roberto Pereyra was sent off the Hornets’ chances of a comeback were all but over and Matt Phillips scored late on to seal the win. With the victory West Brom moves on to 20 points and leapfrog Watford in the table, who stay on 18.