- Sunderland draws with Swansea to grab 1st league point
— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) August 22, 2015
Swansea City: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor, Ki, Cork, Shelvey, Montero, Ayew, Sigurdsson, Gomis, Nordfeldt, Rangel, Bartley, Amat, Tabanou, Fulton, Britton, Routledge, Emnes, Dyer, Eder, Grimes.
Head-to-head league record: Sunderland wins 10, draws 9, Swansea wins 7
Sunderland rallied to draw with Swansea 1-1 Saturday and grab its first Premier League point of the season.
Bafetimbi Gomis scored in the final moments of the first half with an angled shot to the bottom left corner to put the Welsh side ahead at the Stadium of Light.
Jermain Defoe found the same corner to equalize in the 62nd.
It was the Black Cats’ first draw after opening its season with two losses. Swansea had five points from three games.
- Spurs still winless, Leicester unbeaten after 1-1 EPL draw
— Leicester City (@LCFC) August 22, 2015
Leicester City: Schmeichel, Schwarzer, De Laet, Moore, Wasilewski, Huth, Benalouane, Morgan, Fuchs, Drinkwater, Kante, King, Albrighton, Schlupp, Hammond, Mahrez, Inler, Okazaki, Vardy, Ulloa, Kramaric,
Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Alderweireld, Davies, Vertonghen, Walker, Chadli, Mason, Eriksen, Dier, Dembele, Kane, Vorm, Bentaleb, Rose, Alli, Trippier, Carroll, Lamela, N’Jie.
Head-to-head league record: Leicester wins 30, draws 17, Tottenham wins 43
Tottenham remained winless in the Premier League after being held to a 1-1 draw by unbeaten Leicester on Saturday.
In a lively final 10 minutes, Dele Alli put Tottenham in front but it was quickly cancelled out by Riyad Mahrez.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane, the breakthrough star of last season, is without a goal three games into the new campaign.
Tottenham only has two points from a possible nine.
But Leicester has opened the season with two wins and a draw after coming close to being relegated in May.
- Wilson hat trick as Bournemouth edges West Ham 4-3
— West Ham United FC (@whufc_official) August 22, 2015
West Ham United: Randolph, Tomkins, Collins, Ogbonna, Reid, Cresswell, Hendrie, Jenkinson, Oxford, Noble, Nolan, Obiang, Kouyate, Payet, Jarvis, Lanzini, Maiga, Sakho, Spiegel.
Bournemouth: Boruc, Camp, Francis, Cook, Mings, Gosling, Elphick, Surman, Pugh, Rantie, Daniels, Smith, MacDonald, Ward, Gradel, Tomlin, Wilson, Stanislas, Ritchie, O’Kane, King, Kermorgant
Head-to-head league record: West Ham wins 1, draws 1, Bournemouth wins 0
Callum Wilson scored a hat trick as Bournemouth got its first ever Premier League victory by edging West Ham 4-3 Saturday at Upton Park.
The 23-year-old striker volleyed home in the 11th minute.
Wilson then capitalized on a poor pass from Aaron Cresswell to score his second in the 28th before West Ham quickly rallied after the break with two second-half goals — a penalty from Mark Noble and Cheikhou Kouyate’s tap in.
Substitute Marc Pugh put Bournemouth ahead again in the 66th and West Ham left back Carl Jenkinson got a red card for clipping Max Gradel in the box.
Wilson sealed the win by converting the subsequent penalty, although substitute Modibo Maiga scored in the 82nd to ensure a lively end.
- Norwich draws 1-1 with Stoke in Premier League
TEAM: Ruddy; Whittaker, Martin (c), Bassong, Brady; Redmond, Tettey, Dorrans, Howson; Hoolahan; Jerome. #ncfc
— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) August 22, 2015
Norwich City: Ruddy, Rudd, Whittaker, Wisdom, Bassong, Martin, R Bennett, Brady, Tettey, Dorrans, O’Neil, Johnson, Howson, Hoolahan, Redmond, Jerome, Grabban, Hooper, Van Wolfswinkel.
Stoke City: Butland, Given, Muniesa, Wilson, Wollscheid, Bardsley, Pieters, Johnson, Cameron, Whelan, Van Ginkel, Ireland, Adam, Sidwell, Arnautovic, Afellay, Walters, Bojan, Shaqiri, Diouf, Crouch, Joselu.
Head-to-head league record: Norwich wins 16, draws 15, Stoke wins 17
Xherdan Shaqiri had an assist on his debut to help Stoke earn a 1-1 draw at Norwich on Saturday in the Premier League.
Shaqiri, who looked lively throughout, set up Mame Biram Diouf for Stoke’s opener in the 11th minute before Russell Martin equalized for the hosts in the 28th.
The Switzerland international became Stoke’s record signing when he joined from Inter Milan for 12 million pounds ($18.8 million) and was given his first start on the right wing by manager Mark Hughes.
His free kick was headed in by Diouf before Martin levelled with a shot between the legs of goalkeeper Jack Butland. It was Butland who rescued a point for Stoke in the second half, making saves from Graham Dorrans, Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond.
- Crystal Palace beats Aston Villa 2-1 in Premier League
TEAMS: #CPFC McCarthy, Ward, Delaney, Dann, Souare, McArthur, Cabaye, Zaha, Puncheon, Sako, Murray.
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) August 22, 2015
— Aston Villa FC (@AVFCOfficial) August 22, 2015
Crystal Palace: Hennessey, A McCarthy, Ward, Mariappa, Hangeland, P McCarthy, Dann, Cabaye, Bamford, Bolasie, Sako, Campbell, Zaha, Jedinak, Gayle, Murray, McArthur, Fryers, Williams, Mutch, Souare, Lee, Delaney, Bannan, Ledley, Kelly, Puncheon, Guedioura.
Aston Villa: Guzan, Bunn, Hutton, Bacuna, Richards, Clark, Baker, Amavi, Richardson, Westwood, Sanchez, Veretout, Cole, Gueye, Gil, Grealish, N’Zogbia, Kozak, Agbonlahor, Ayew, Sinclair, Gestede.
Head-to-head league record: Crystal Palace wins 9, draws 10, Aston Villa wins 11
New signing Bakary Sako scored in the 88th minute Saturday to give Crystal Palace a 2-1 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League.
Sako joined Palace from Wolverhampton Wanderers this month and was given his first start by Alan Pardew and scored with a left-footed shot from just inside the area to give his new team the win.
Scott Dann had given Palace the lead in the 71st minute only for Villa to equalize six minutes later through an own goal by Pape Ndiaye Souare.
The win gives Palace six points from three games, while Villa remained on three points.