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Premier League Sunday Roundup: Tottenham triumphs over Bournemouth; Fulham stuns Arsenal in nail-biting encounters

In an exhilarating Sunday of Premier League clashes, Tottenham Hotspur secured a 3-1 victory against a resilient Bournemouth, while Fulham orchestrated a stunning comeback to defeat Arsenal 2-1.

Tottenham, brimming with determination, sealed a crucial victory against a resurgent Bournemouth side, despite being outplayed for much of the game. The match saw goals from Pape Matar Sarr, Son Heung-min, and Richarlison, propelling Spurs to a hard-fought win.

Speaking about the intense battle, Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou commented, “Every week is a battle and we had to battle today. At the same time, I thought we played some decent stuff as well. We’re trying to build something…a team that plays a bit differently and has some resilience.”

However, the game wasn’t short of drama as Bournemouth’s Alex Scott netted a consolation goal, leaving Andoni Iraola’s side wondering how their 24-goal attempts didn’t translate into more goals.


In another captivating clash, Fulham orchestrated a remarkable comeback to stun Arsenal, denying the Gunners the chance to end the year on a high note. Raul Jimenez equalised Bukayo Saka’s early strike for Arsenal before Bobby De Cordova-Reid’s second-half goal turned the tables in favour of Fulham.

Marco Silva, Fulham’s manager, praised his team’s grit, saying, “It was very good reaction after the first goal…The way we beat their pressure and began to play our way.”

Conversely, Arsenal’s manager, Mikel Arteta, expressed disappointment over his team’s performance, labelling it “our worst game of the season” and lamenting the lack of purpose and pace in attack.

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