Thrillers galore and John McGinn's big bum.

Alyson Rudd, Gregor Robertson and Tony Cascarino join Tom Clarke to discuss the weekend’s games. And what a weekend of fixtures, 37 goals, the top five separated by three points and last minute winners.

Stamford Bridge saw one of the games of the season so far. What stood out, team performance or individual brilliance? At Molineux Wolves mounted a stoppage time come back to stun spurs, who have now lost twice in a week and dropped to fourth. Hot on their heels and only three off the top at Villa after yet another convincing home win, led by a very impressive John McGinn. Plus West Ham, Liverpool and Everton.

  

Timeline

Chelsea and City

3’ great game at the bridge.

4’ Raheem Sterling, fantastic performance. How can he not be in the England squad.

7’ Is it turning for Poch, all the signings and stars starting to come good?

9’ Chelsea were very good, but can they replicate it.

12’ what is to come from Chelsea, very exciting, to play that well and still be a work in progress. Chelsea fans are excited.

15’ Poch says team should be in top four, that’s is the expectation. Young players now coming good.

18’ Are City at their best? Probably not but they still scored 4 away from home. And with no De Bryne.

20’ if City don’t win the title, who could? Liverpool seems to be the consensus. 

23’ City still have best squad and know how to win. When its crunch time they get better.

West Ham

25’ Moyes development and blending old with new. Ward-Prowse on song. Lots of flare and creativity in the West Ham team now.

28’ Gregor a little less convinced. Team reliant on moments of brilliance from players not team identity or playing patterns. But still achieving and deserve credit. Is there a next step to take…

Newcastle and Bournemouth

32’ Poor result for Newcastle, and a tough day for Trippier.

33’ Alyson thinks the fans have become a bit entitled.

38’ Team are ravaged by injury, they tried very hard. Fans should see that. Look how far they have come.

40’ Well played Bournemouth.

Wolves Spurs

44’ Wolves a well drilled, well coached, well organised team. With key players playing well. When they win the ball, they know what to do with it. For spells they outplayed Spurs.

46’ Spurs need certain type of player in key positions, with both centre halves out it makes a big difference.

47’ Fantastic coaching from the sideline by Gary Oneil. Spurs wiped out by injuries and suspension.

Top four…

50’ Who‘ll make it? Seems there is confidence in Villa making it…

Villa

53’ Villa Park is a great place to watch football. Tactically intelligent, versatile. They have control, pace and interchange. Gregor VERY impressed with Villa.

John McGinn is the poster boy for a fantastic team. Gregor loves his bum, its big and he uses it as a weapon.

Everton

58’ Dyche working magic. Team have momentum, getting goals and have the third best away record in the league.

1;00” Goals coming from places other than Calvert Lewin.

 


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