Arsenal, City and Tottenham in their excellent run of form

Manchester City much needed victory 3-0 over West Brom at Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City recovered from back-to-back defeats after beating West Bromwich Albion by 3-0.

An evident instance of Mistaken identity was the talking point on a day when Gareth McAuley sent off  instead of Craig Dawson.

Bony broke the deadlock by scoring in 27th minute, and Fernando then exploited some messy defending by West Brom to double City’s advantage five minutes prior to the first half.

City expanded their lead on 77 minutes when David Silva redirected a score to Stevan Jovetic shot as City moved within three points of premier league leaders Chelsea.

The North Londoners beats Newcastle 2-1 at St James’ Park

Within four minutes, Arsenal took control in the game when the Frenchman Olivier Giroud scored two goals. Newcastle tried to get back to the game in the second half when Moussa Sissoko side-footed home from  Remy Cabella cross.

Tottenham seems back on the track with a dramatic win over Leicester.

After Hugo Lloris was carried off, Kane opened home and scored with a deflected shot as Spurs went 2-0 up. Then again, Jamie Vardy turned in a David Nugent cross before the break, and Leicester were back on level terms when Wes Morgan headed home on 50 minutes.

Spurs restored their lead when Nugent fouled Danny Rose in the penalty area, and Kane converted the spot kick to restore his side’s lead and move ahead of Chelsea striker Diego Costa as the division’s top scorer.

Leicester’s hopes subsided on 85 minutes when Christian Eriksen’s effort deflected off Kasper Schmeichel before Jeffrey Schlupp diverted the ball into his own goal.

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