Chelsea Remain at the Top, Vardy Hatrick Condemns Man City

December 13, 2016, 2:04 am

Chelsea Remain at the Top, Vardy Hatrick condemned Man City to two Successive Loss and Arsenal Comeback against Stoke City to Stay within 3 point to the Top.


A late Diego Costa goal secure Chelsea ninth successive wins and make them remain at the top. The Blues pipped West Brom at home after a scrappy 70 minutes of the match.


Conte's men are really in the form of their lives and if they stay like this come March, they will be crown the EPL champions.


At Kings Power Stadium, a Vardy Hat-trick condemned Manchester City to second loss in a row in a match that ended 4-2. Both teams have been in poor form of late especially in the Premier League but Jamie's wonder strikes separate the side.


Guardiola's men are being pumped by teams due to their poor defending which led to them being beaten 3-1 at Etihad Stadium by Chelsea.

Arsenal is keeping the momentum going by beating Stoke City 3-1 at the Emirate Stadium. 


The Potters scored through a penalty converted by Charlie Adam but the Gunners rallied round in the remaining minutes to take home the three points.

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