Premier League video reaction

  • Last Updated: December 15 2013, 19:45 GMT

We have all the best video reaction to the weekend's Premier League action, including Brendan Rodgers on Liverpool's thumping victory over Tottenham on Sunday.

Premier League video reaction

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers thought his side were outstanding as they crushed Tottenham 5-0 at White Hart Lane to move up to second in the Premier League standings.

Reds skipper Steven Gerrard was unable to play due to injury but watched the game in the Sky Sports studio and afterwards described two-goal hero Luis Suarez as the best player in the world right now.

The result piled more pressure on Spurs counterpart Andre Villas-Boas, who praised their opponents' devastating display but also accepted the blame for his side's poor showing.

Earlier in the day, Manchester United manager David Moyes said it was "job done" as the Red Devils registered a comfortable 3-0 victory at Aston Villa to end their winless run in the league.

Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley, who both got on the scoresheet, also had their say during the post-match interviews.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert was disappointed with the result but was pleased by the start his side made.

Sunday's other game between Norwich and Swansea finished 1-1, with Canaries chief Chris Hughton expressing his delight with the way his side recovered from going a goal down. But he did feel they should have gone on to win.

On Saturday, Chelsea skipper John Terry has set his sights on beating Arsenal in a blockbuster Monday Night Football clash on December 23 following Saturday's 2-1 win at home to Crystal Palace.

Arsenal were beaten 6-3 by Manchester City in a big match to start off Soccer Saturday but Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was only focusing on his side after defeating Palace.

Eagles chief Tony Pulis was impressed with his men's fighting spirit at Stamford Bridge.

Everton were 4-1 winners at home to Fulham and Gareth Barry took it as a good sign that the Toffees won despite not being at their best.

Team Score Team
Hull City 0 - 0 Stoke City
Cardiff 1 - 0 West Brom
Everton 4 - 1 Fulham
West Ham 0 - 0 Sunderland
Newcastle 1 - 1 Southampto
Chelsea 2 - 1 C Palace
Man City 6 - 3 Arsenal

Roberto Martinez was a bit more positive in his praise for the display from the Toffees.

Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell joined head coach Rene Meulensteen in not feeling quite as good.

Cardiff claimed a vital 1-0 win over West Brom and that had both boss Malky Mackay and goalscorer Peter Whittingham smiling.

Newcastle's clash with Southampton finished 1-1 and we have the reaction from Magpies chief Alan Pardew and goalkeeper Tim Krul plus Saints manager Mauricio Pochettino and midfielder Steven Davis.

There were no goals at Upton Park in the clash between West Ham and Sunderland.

Sam Allardyce and Gus Poyet both felt frustrated with the point.

The Saturday Night Football clash between Hull and Stoke also finished goalless but Potters striker Peter Crouch and Tigers defender Curtis Davies weren't feeling too down.

There is plenty more reaction to check out on our football video index, including more player interviews and the verdicts of the Soccer Saturday pundits.


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