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A quick recap in this blog post which spans weeks 5 and 6 of this seasons EPL. The major fixtures of week 5 kicked off with Leicester hanging on to a 1-1 draw against Huddersfield Huddersfield Town, Liverpool were also held to a 1-1 draw at home to Huddersfield, Watford were on the wrong end of a 0-6 thrashing from Manchester City. Finally, both the Tottenham v Swansea and Chelsea v Arsenal fixtures ended in anticlimactic 0-0 draws.
Now on to last weekend's matches in week 6 - Manchester City continued their winning streak by putting 5 goals past Crystal Palace, leaving Palace with their record sixth consecutive defeat of this season without scoring.
Romelu Lukaku continued to impress for Manchester United, netting his 6th goal this season for the Red Devils. Playing on home soil, Southampton failed to convert a number of chances before the whistle blew for full time. Final score Southampton 0-1 Manchester United.
Chelsea put on an impressive display against hosts Stoke. New signing Alvaro Morata netted his first hat-trick for the Blues, opening the scoring after just 2 minutes, and again finding the back of the net in the 77th and 82nd minutes respectively, with team mate Pedro adding to the score sheet at the 30 minute mark.
Saturday also Leicester City slug it out with an improving Liverpool Squad. Leicester did well to keep up with the Reds, but Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet saved a crucial penalty as Liverpool beat the hosts by a 3-2 score line. Leicester continued to fight until the end, but it was too little, too late by the 90th minute.
Last but not least, North Londoners Arsenal clinched a much deserved 2-0 victory against West Bromwich Albion on Monday night. Summer signing Alexandre Lacazette netted both goals for Arsenal, opening the scoring in the 20th minute, and putting the game to bed in the 67th with a powerful low strike from a penalty. The Baggies may have felt hard done by having their own penalty appeal rejected in the first half, but some say Jay Rodriguez was 'too honest' in getting back to his feet after the alleged offence.
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