Manchester City win, Everton’s Wayne Rooney scores hat-trick against West Ham, Here are the Latest Results

Manchester City win, Everton’s Wayne Rooney scores hat-trick against West Ham, Here are the Latest Results

Everton, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Burnley and Chelsea won in the Premier League on Wednesday. Wayne Rooney scored a hat-trick and his third was shot from his own half.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola burst onto the field with his fists clenched and leapt into the air. Benjamin Mendy, currently out with a long-term knee injury, hobbled down the touchline in a desperate bid to get a selfie with teammate and match-winner Raheem Sterling.

Everton striker Wayne Rooney (C) celebrates scoring his third goal to complete his hat-trick during the Premier League match against West Ham United at Goodison Park in Liverpool on Wednesday.(Source:Twitter)

Ninety meters away, Southampton’s players were on their backs in their own area, distraught at conceding in the sixth minute of injury time.

In a wild finale that sparked an extraordinary explosion of joy from City’s players and coaching staff, Sterling curled home a last-gasp goal with virtually the last kick of the game to give the Premier League leaders a 2-1 victory over Southampton on Wednesday.

“It was an astonishing end to the game,” said Guardiola, who was told to calm down by the referee amid his frenzied celebrations. “It means a lot.”

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Rooney had already scored two goals, one from the penalty spot, on what proved to be a painful return to Goodison Park for West Ham manager David Moyes, who spent 11 years in charge of Everton (2002-13). Ashley Williams scored the fourth goal as Everton moved five points clear of the relegation zone.

Mesut Ozil inspired Arsenal to a third straight Premier League win as Huddersfield was thrashed 5-0 at Emirates Stadium.

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Alexander Lacazette opened the scoring after three minutes before Ozil took over the game, setting up goals for Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez and then adding a fourth himself — all in the space of four minutes.

Mohamed Salah came off the bench to score twice in Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Stoke and make it 12 goals for the season for the Premier League’s leading scorer.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte was sent to the stands for the second half as his team beat Swansea 1-0 for a fifth league win in six games.

While Burnley moved above Tottenham and into sixth place thanks to a 2-1 win at Bournemouth, with its goals coming from Chris Wood and Robbie Brady.

English Premier League Table:

2017-2018GPWDLFAGDP
1Manchester City141310449+3540
2Manchester United141022328+2432
3Chelsea149232511+1429
4Arsenal149142816+1228
5Liverpool147522818+1026
6Burnley147431411+325
7Tottenham Hotspur147342212+1024
8Watford146352425-121
9Leicester City144551920-117
10Brighton & Hove Albion144551314-117
11Southampton144461417-316
12Newcastle United144371319-615
13Everton144371728-1115
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