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Premier League: Arsenal back to winning ways

06 Apr 2017 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
Premier League Week 31 Updates!

Arsenal kept their Premier League title hopes alive after registering a comfortable 3-0 victory over West Ham United at the Emirates Stadium in London.

Making his 150th appearance for the club, Mesut Ozil fired the first goal in 58th minute, followed by a 68th minute goal by Theo Walcott.

Substitute Olivier Giroud capped the winning goal in the 83rd minute.

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06 Apr 2017Premier League: Arsenal back to winning ways

ManCity vs ChelseaCity's poor form continues as Chelsea hold top spot

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Eden Hazard gave a 10th minute lead to Chelsea, with City's Sergio Aguero scoring the equalizer in 26th minute.

Hazard netted the winning goal in the 35th minute, helping Chelsea to maintain a seven-point lead over Tottenham Hotspur.

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