Leicester were able to hang on for their second win from two this season.
The winger expressed delight at making his debut for Cardiff City in Capital One cup game against AFC Wimbledon, which the Welsh side won 1-0, africanFootball.com reports.
Despite being based in Wales, Swansea have played in the English league system since their founding in 1912.
West Ham pulled one back through Dimitri Payet, but Leicester held on for the win. And believe it or not, there are now more Champions League winners at Stoke than there are at Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City combined!
And it ended scoreless between Watford and West Brom at Vicarage Road.
At half-time on Saturday Tottenham were cruising, 2-0 up against Stoke, and all set to register their first win of the season. Look for lot’s of scoring with a draw most likely being the end result. Erik Dier flicked the ball into the net after a darting run to the near post to hand the home side the lead in the 19th minute.
The visitors reduced the deficit through Marko Arnautovic, who scored from the penalty spot after Toby Alderweireld had fouled substitute Joselu. Watford were the only team to get a point.
Steve McClaren is yet to get the winning formula as Newcastle United fell to Swansea 0-2. Monaco might have lacked attacking threat in the game but they are showing encouraging signs defensively with what was their 10th clean sheet in their last 13 Ligue 1 home matches.
He said she didn’t “understand the game” because she went on the pitch to treat Eden Hazard late on and Carneiro has now been banned from match-day activities and generally sidelined by the club just for doing her job.
– Andre Ayew has scored in eight of his last 14 league appearances (France and England), including four goals in his last six games.
After an entertaining fixture list on Saturday, the Premier League sees its first big match of the season, as defending champions Chelsea travel to the Etihad to face Manchester City.
Also, in week 2 the newly promoted teams will try to get their first win. The defeat at the Liberty Stadium is the Newcastle’s seventh straight defeat.
Steven Whittaker doubled the Canaries’ lead soon afterwards, playing a one-two with Wes Hoolahan and driving a shot across Pantilimon.