Sunderland

20th Premier League | 3-10-2
  • Goals For
    17th
    14 GF
  • Assists
    19th
    6 GA
  • Shots
    15th
    107 Shots
  • Saves
    2nd
    62 SAV
  • STREAM: Every 10am game; Premier League “Goal Rush”
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    STREAM: Every 10am game; Premier League “Goal Rush”

    With four games coming your way on Saturday at 10 a.m. ET you have plenty of options as to how you watch them. First up, you can stream every game live online via the links below as Arsenal host Stoke City, Swansea and Sunderland clash in a relegation battle, Burnley welcome Bournemouth and Hull host Crystal Palace at 10 a.m. ET. All the action will also be available via “Premier League Goal Rush” in a RedZone-like format which you can watch on the NBC Sports App, on NBCSports.com and on a dedicated Premier League Extratime channel as goals from all four matches in the 10 a.m. ET window will be shown simultaneously as live look-ins occur around all the grounds in the Premier League. For those

  • How I Became A Sunderland Supporter
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    How I Became A Sunderland Supporter

    My first match: SAFC 0-0 Swansea Date: 29th January, 2013 Weather: Cold, windy, rainy (Dreadful) Highlights: Danny Graham being booed ferociously, mere days before he ended up signing for us... You’re probably asking yourself how on earth this match turned me into a Sunderland supporter, and well… I can’t blame you. I should start from the beginning. Let’s regress. I am one of the many, but mostly unknown, American Sunderland supporters. I was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where I still reside. Born to an American mother and an Austrian father, I had the typical upper middle class upbringing. My parents introduced me to many sports, and football (real football) was one of them. My dad used to

  • Swansea 3-0 Sunderland: Llorente’s double wins relegation battle
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    Swansea 3-0 Sunderland: Llorente’s double wins relegation battle

    Llorente scores twice Sigurdsson nets PK Swans off the bottom, now on 12 points Sunderland slip back to bottom Swansea City sealed a massive victory against relegation rivals Sunderland at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday with Bob Bradley‘s men winning 3-0 to seal his second win in the Premier League. Three second half goals did the damage for the Swans as Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a penalty kick, then two goals from Spanish forward Fernando Llorente put the Welsh side out of sight. With the win Bradley’s men climb out of the relegation zone and now have 12 points, while Sunderland slip to the foot of the table on 11 points. [ MORE: ] In the pouring rain in south Wales both teams started nervously