Watford 1-1 Crystal Palace
(Deeney 71')-(Cabaye 26')
Arsenal 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea 3-0 AFC Bournemouth
(Pedro 24', Hazard 49', Cook OG 90+3')
Chelsea have now won 12 matches in a row and are only a home victory against Stoke from tying the Premier League record of 13 wins in a row. Two weeks later, they will head to White Hart Lane with a chance to break that mark.
Leicester City 0-2 Everton
(Mirallas 51', Lukaku 90+1')
Burnely 1-0 MIddlesbrough
Manchester United 3-1 Sunderland
(Blind 39', Ibrahimovic 82', Mkhitaryan 86')-(Borini 90+1')
Swansea City 1-4 West Ham
(Llorente 89')-(Ayew 13', Reid 50', Antonio 78', Carroll 90')
Hull CIty 0-3 Manchester City
(Toure 72', Iheanacho 78', Davies OG 90+4')
Liga MX Playoffs- Final Second Leg (From Sunday)
UANL 1-1 Club America (2-2 on aggregate, 3-0 on penalties)
(Duenas 119')-(Alvarez 95')
In an absolute thriller that I wish had not taken place on Christmas Day, Tigres get a late equalizer from Edson Alvarez and win in penalties to take their second consecutive Apertura title.
We're heading into the January transfer window, which is the less crazy of the two periods where players can move between clubs. With the Christmas season usualyl leading to slow news days, I'll use this space to issue my usual warning of being aware of the nonsensical rumors that fly around this time of year. Over the coruse of the next month, you will read a story or hear a pundit discuss an infinite number of possible trasfers. Maybe two of these will actually happen. You will not see any rumors reported here, only actual signings. I will not be responsible for proliferating any whispers of Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid, or Messi heading to Manchester City.
Liverpool v. Stoke City- 12:15pm- NBCSN