Oct 5, 2013, 11:55 PM EST
Did you miss any of the action on Saturday, never fear, PST is here…
We are, honest.
Anyway, here are recaps, scores and videos from all six Premier League games that took place on Saturday. Enjoy reliving the best moments from Saturday below.
Cardiff 1-2 Newcastle United – Recap
Two first half goals from Loic Remy stole the show in the Welsh Capital, as Newcastle won on the road for just the fourth time in 24 PL away games. However Peter Odemwingie‘s second half strike halved the deficit, but the Magpies held on for a crucial win.
Hull City 0-0 Aston Villa – Recap
Stalemate at the KC Stadium, but how Aston Villa weren’t ahead at the break is a mystery. They dominated possession and shots, but just couldn’t break Hull down. The Tigers are unbeaten at home this season, winning two and drawing two and they proved what a fortress it has become with an improved second half display.
Fulham 1-0 Stoke City – Recap
The Cottagers grabbed their first win in six, much to the delight of under-fire manager Martin Jol and Fulham’s fans. It was a nervy affair in West London, with both sides starting slowly, and as the game went on Fulham were off the pace. Stoke dominated large spells of the second half, but substitute Darren Bent score the winner later on to send Craven Cottage wild.
Liverpool 3-1 Crystal Palace – Recap
Manchester City 3-1 Everton – Recap
In the days early game, Man City were snapped into life following Romelu Lukaku‘s terrific early goal for Everton. The Citizens equalized through Alvaro Negredo, then Sergio Aguero put them ahead before the break. After the interval the Toffees battled back, but City wrapped up the win following a controversial penalty call that saw Aguero’s PK hit Tim Howard after hitting the post, and an own-goal was called on the USMNT ‘keeper.
Sunderland 1-2 Manchester United – Recap
The Red Devils made life difficult for themselves, but David Moyes‘ men got the job done away at Sunderland, just. Craig Gardner struck early to put the Black Cats ahead and set up a possible upset… but enter 18-year-old winger Adnan Januzaj. The United youngster socred twice on his full debut in quick succession, to become the new hero at Old Trafford.
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