Sport: Leicester Remain Top Of The Premier League


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says they must look at themselves after not scoring at home to Southampton last night despite 11 shots on target.

Saints keeper Frazer Foster was named man of the match in last night’s scoreless draw at the Emirates.

But Wenger says his players must take the blame for not being able to score and going 4 league games without a win.

Leicester’s Jamie Vardy scored twice – the first of which was a goal of the season contender – during their 2-0 win at home to Liverpool

The Foxes remain top, three points clear of Manchester City after their 1-0 win away to second from bottom Sunderland.

Aguero with the only goal in the first half.

Harry Kane scored twice for third placed Spurs in their 3-0 win away to Norwich, Rondon scored in injury time as West Brom drew 1-all with Swansea, Crystal Palace lost 2-1 at home to Bournemouth and West Ham beat bottom side Aston Villa 2-0.

Manchester United are five points off the top four after their 3-0 win at home to Stoke.

Lingard, Martial and Rooney with the goals.

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