Arsenal – Newcastle United 2-1

Newcastle United opened the scoring after 14 minutes through Ben Arfa.

Over just 1 minute Arsenal achieved a draw by Van Persie scored his 26th goal in the league this season.

Vermaelen has set the final score 2-1 for Tunari in the 90th minute.

Arsene Wenger, Arsenal coach:
“From the first to the last minute was a fast tempo. Every match is difficult. I won in the last minute Sunderland, Liverpool, Newcastle. You have to play to the end, until the last minute. ”

Manchester United leads England with 67 points. Manchester City is 2nd with 1 point less. The platoon leader longer ranks Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea.

Van Persie with 26 goals, Rooney 20 successful
and Aguero and Ba are the top scorer with 16 goals each in England

England, Premier League, round 28

Saturday, March 10
Bolton Wanderers – QPR 2-1
Aston Villa – Fulham 1-0
Chelsea – Stoke City 1-0
Sunderland – Liverpool 1-0
Wolverhampton – Blackburn Rovers 0-2
Everton – Tottenham Hotspur 1-0

Sunday, March 11th
Manchester United – 2-0 WBA
Swansea City – Manchester City 1-0
Norwich City – Wigan Athletic 1-1

Monday, March 12
Arsenal – Newcastle United 2-1

England Premier League rankings

M P W D L GOL
United 1.Manchester 28 21 4 3 68-27 67
2.Manchester City 28 21 3 4 69-20 66
3.Tottenham Hotspur 28 16 5 7 52-34 53
4.Arsenal 28 16 4 8 57-39 52
5.Chelsea 28 14 7 7 48-32 49
United 6.Newcastle 28 12 8 8 40-41 44
Liverpool 7.FC 27 10 9 8 30-26 39
8.Sunderland 28 10 7 11 36-31 37
9.Everton 27 10 7 10 28-28 37
10.Fulham 28 9 9 10 37-37 36
11.Swansea City 28 9 9 10 31-34 36
12.Norwich City 28 9 9 10 39-45 36
13.Stoke City 28 10 6 12 27-39 36
14.WBA 28 10 5 13 34-37 35
15.Aston Villa 28 7 12 9 31-35 33
16.Blackburn Rovers 28 6 7 15 40-60 25
17.Bolton Wanderers 28 7 2 19 31-57 23
18.QPR 28 5 7 16 29-48 22
19.Wolverhampton 28 5 7 16 30-58 22
Athletic 20.Wigan 28 4 9 15 24-53 21

England, Premier League, round 26

Tuesday, March 13
Liverpool – Everton

England, Premier League, round 29

Saturday, March 17
Fulham – Swansea City
Wigan Athletic – WBA

Sunday, March 18
Wolverhampton – Manchester United
Newcastle United – Norwich City

Monday, March 19
Manchester City – Chelsea

Tuesday, March 20
Aston Villa – Bolton Wanderers
Blackburn Rovers – Sunderland

Wednesday, March 21
Tottenham Hotspur – Stoke City
Everton – Arsenal
QPR – Liverpool FC